Two female suspects are being sought following a strong-arm robbery at Burlington Coat Factory in East Windsor.
The high court is weighing whether a federal law that prevents states from authorizing sports betting is constitutional.
The concert was held at Faith United Church in Springfield where artists from the Pioneer Valley came together to support the cause.
Hundreds were on hand to honor a new group of sister queens who best represent the community and show leadership in the city.
A contemporary Native American art exhibit offered enjoyment for visitors looking to learn more about the culture.
Main Street in Northampton was shut down Saturday night as people enjoyed music, food, face painting, puppets, and even a magic show.
Doctors in Miami were faced with an ethical conundrum after a man was admitted to the hospital unconscious with a tattoo that said, “Do Not …
President Donald Trump changed his story Saturday on why he fired Michael Flynn as his national security adviser.
The body of a missing 3-year-old girl was found in a creek less than a day after her mother’s boyfriend was charged with hiding her body.
American Airlines said that the two sides “have put that worry to rest to make sure our flights will operate as scheduled.”
The Massachusetts Medical Society is no longer opposed to medical aid in dying as an end-of-life option for the terminally ill.
ABC News apologized Saturday for a “serious error” and suspended investigative reporter Brian Ross for four weeks without pay.
As more states lessen or eliminate marijuana penalties, the Army is granting hundreds of waivers.
Watch as home surveillance catches a woman trying to steal a package until the homeowner’s nanny steps in.
The woman at the center of a melee at UConn over a conservative journalist’s speech is receiving death threats, according to officials.
With Boston in danger of blowing a big fourth-quarter lead, Kyrie Irving stepped up again for the Celtics.
Wiernasz was the Assignment Editor at 22News and worked for the company for nearly 42 years.
Hunger is a serious issue here in western Massachusetts. So much so that frequent food drives are a necessity.
22News takes a closer look back at how much rain and snow we should have gotten by now, and how it might have affected some businesses.
Springfield’s Forest Park community came together Saturday for a Christmas party hosted by the neighborhood’s C3 Police unit.