It’s already illegal in Massachusetts to text while driving. 22News highlights a new bill that could place even more restrictions on drivers…
You’ll have to change how you drive in the rain starting next week. The “wipers on, headlights on” law takes effect April 7th.
Lufthansa says that the co-pilot that’s accused of deliberately crashing the plane, reported severe depression during training.
Welcome news if you’re looking to buy a new laptop. Some of the cheapest models yet are being released.
22News Storm Team Meteorologist Adam Strzempko takes a look at some the damage and debris left behind by this past winter.
A man from Springfield has pleaded guilty to second-degree murder for beating a mother of seven to death in a dispute over drugs.
Northampton pedestrians usually assume they’re safe using the crosswalk. Many Northampton residents get around town by walking.
CBS Films says Mark Wahlberg is set to produce “Patriots’ Day,” a feature film about the 2013 Boston Marathon bombing.
Police in Connecticut are pulling over more drivers using their cell phones. 22News joined police as they looked for violators.
Easthampton high school senior Bryan Delaney has brought distinction to himself and his school.
After a long harsh winter, the weather is getting nicer. The 22News Storm Team takes a look at what we can expect to see this month.
A family in Rensselaer County is thanking first responders for saving their dog that had fallen through an icy patch into the Hudson River.
Northeast Ohio photographer Johnny Joo shares pictures from inside Mike Tyson’s mansion in Southington, Ohio.
Public state universities face a nearly $9 million collective bargaining obligation.
MLB players are making more than ever this year.
But, who is the big winner in this year’s Final Four? The answer may not even be on the court.
22News spoke with the Board of Education about a possible state takeover of Holyoke schools.
Some old Tweets resurfaced containing what the Anti-Defamation League called ‘bigoted jokes,’ Trevor Noah responded to his critics.
A newspaper reports that Indiana lawmakers have proposed limited protections for gays and lesbians.