At least two people were slashed and a man was under arrest after an instance of domestic violence in Springfield, Wednesday night.
State police say that the suspect tried to get away just before troopers got him in handcuffs.
Along with spray-painted anti-police graffiti, vandals left a religious statue in front of a church headless.
CNN shows sexual assaults are happening in nursing homes across the country. She talks to one victim’s daughter.
Former Adams resident Alexander Ciccolo is accused of plotting an ISIS-style attack on a college campus.
Belichick’s name appeared on a list of possible witnesses filed Tuesday by Hernandez’s defense.
Jacob Chait of Beverly Hills is alleged to have taken part in deals involving 15 rhino horns, with a value of $2.4 million.
Anyone who sees the suspect or has any information is asked to immediately call 911 or state police at 1-800-527-8873.
Homeland Security officials say mass round-ups won’t be part of new Trump immigration orders, but millions still face deportation.
A Berkshire County judge agreed to reduce Rafael Lopez-Espinoza’s bail, despite the prosecution’s argument he is a flight risk.
The two men lived in different units of the same multi-family home in Brockton, Massachusetts.
Two men pleaded guilty to running a fentanyl trafficking ring and will serve up to 4 years in state prison.
Westfield Police received a report on Monday from someone who claimed to have hostages in a home, and demanded money.
A third suspect in the theft of $90,000 worth of diapers is now in custody after he turned himself in on Tuesday.
The memos do not change U.S. immigration laws, but take a far harder line toward enforcement.
You’ve probably seen it happen: someone throws a cigarette from their car. 22News explains the penalties you might face for this crime.
Not guilty pleas to two counts of murder were entered on behalf of 45-year-old Michael Hebb at his arraignment Tuesday.
Vancouver Police say 45-year-old Kenneth Moore killed his 60-year-old mother Leisa Holt and tried to dismember her to conceal his crime.
State police say a 29-year-old man used a chain saw to cut through a door at his boss’s upstate New York home.
A skimmer, dozens of fraudulent cards, and video games purchased with them were found during a traffic stop on I-84 in Sturbridge.