The 22News I-Team reveals how some people are getting recreational marijuana before retail stores open in Massachusetts.
The 22News I-Team discovered that getting a duplicate copy of an important tax document may impact thousands of people in Massachusetts.
The 22News I-Team has new information on the incident that started inside Nathan Bill’s restaurant in Springfield.
Kennedy Golf Management, which managed two city golf courses, may owe Springfield hundreds of thousands of dollars.
An arrest warrant that went out for former Springfield Police Detective Steven Vigneault on Monday, was recalled by Tuesday afternoon.
When a Longmeadow DPW worker was killed on the Birnie Road train tracks, it exposed a serious problem that has been ignored for decades.
The 22News I-Team was at the crash site for two days and discovered Tuesday’s deadly accident wasn’t the first at that railroad crossing.
Shannon Lea will be going to trial on June 19th. Lea’s then 1 year old baby was allegedly treated for a heroin overdose in March 2016.
The City of Springfield has been looking for new golf course management since the termination of Kennedy Golf Management, INC’s contract.
The 22News I-Team continues investigation into the state’s welfare system.
Regardless of where the money is taken out, we don’t know how that money was spent, and neither does the state.
The 22News I-Team has once again dug into a year’s worth of data and uncovered where our tax dollars are being withdrawn.
Sex offenders are living near daycare centers and schools. The 22News I-Team uncovered a loophole that could be putting your child at risk.
Stopping illegal massage parlors from opening isn’t always easy. The 22News I-Team discovered one effort to do that didn’t exactly work.
The 22News I-Team discovered dozens of Level 3 sex offenders are homeless, and could be living anywhere, at any time.
A court decision could impact thousands of drunk driving case in Mass. Some people who’ve been convicted, might want to file an appeal.
The state allows welfare recipients to take out cash, and there’s no way to track how it’s spent.
In 2015 the state’s Supreme Judicial Court ruled it unconstitutional to impose residency restrictions on sex offenders.
The 22News I-Team discovered that dozens of Level 3 sex offenders are homeless, and could be living anywhere, at any time.
Students placed in sometimes dangerous restraints. The 22News I-Team uncovered what’s happening behind closed doors.