A gunshot wound victim walked into Mercy Hospital about 35 minutes later after a shot spotter activation.
Many officers and dispatchers took part in the Home Base 3rd annual “No Shave November” campaign to help those suffering from PTSD.
Experts and local leaders were present to discuss ways to put an end to deaths from opioid overdoses.
Nearly 4,000 convictions are being thrown out, because evidence had been handled by an chemist convicted of tampering with drug samples.
Unionized health care workers met Thursday night to talk about what’s next for them and their patients.
The Community Music School of Springfield held a pop-up concert in Union Station.
District Attorney Anthony Gulluni and Assistant District Attorney Colleen Monroe presented the workshop at the Spring of Hope Church.
Everyone who was in the car got out safely.
Prosecutors say Amello stole more than 650 vials of fentanyl, a potent opioid, for his own use while working for an ambulance company.
Three of the men told the Globe that Hefner grabbed their genitals and one says Hefner kissed him against his will.
Michigan Congressman John Conyers refuses to resign amid sexual misconduct allegations, despite calls from fellow Democrats.
Consumer Reports has published a primer on over-the-counter product labels to help consumers find the best medicines for their symptoms.
After treating patients for more than 60 years, Vibra Hospital in Springfield is expected to close it’s doors in March of 2018.
Police are investigating a case of dog mutilation, but the dog’s owners say there is something bigger going on here.
The family of a boy who was born without a nose as well as other deformities talked about how a new film hit very close to home.
The boy in the photo was found by police near Springfield Street and Newbury around 6 p.m. Thursday.
Four men are alleging they were groped and harassed by the spouse of a western Massachusetts lawmaker.
Therapy dogs now make passengers feel more relaxed at Bradley International Airport.
The fallout from the tainted evidence case is also impacting Hampshire County where 1,500 cases will be dismissed.
This is the 30th anniversary the quilt has been put on display.