A West Springfield woman is dead after being struck by a pickup truck Friday afternoon.
Family members of the late al-Qaida leader Osama bin Laden were among four people killed in a private jet crash in southern England.
It took 15 years of development and a $400 billion price tag, but the newest U.S. fighter jet is finally ready for combat.
Here is a look at the stories you the viewers have been looking at throughout this week on WWLP.com.
Beaches are crowded in the summer, sometimes being forced to turn people away after reaching capacity.
As students and teachers prepare for the upcoming school year, a popular dry erase board is being recalled.
A teacher on a cross-country bicycle trip was killed when he was struck by a car whose driver acknowledged looking at her cellphone at the t…
A man took matters into his own hands, when he shut off a strip club’s gas service after being kicked out, according to an arrest warrant.
A 40-year-old St. Louis woman isn’t dead, but she said she spent months trying to convince credit reporting agencies that she’s alive.
The Coast Guard’s search for two teenage fishers ended Friday, a heart-rending decision for families pressing on with their own hunt.
The NFL and the players’ union say they want a New York judge to resolve their dispute over Tom Brady’s suspension by Sept. 4.
While Kinder Morgan waits for state permits to build a natural gas pipeline through WMass, they launched a new website with information.
It’s that time of year where local farmer’s markets are in full swing. 22News found out how it’s helping boost the local economy.