The 22News I-Team reveals the dangers, why they’re happening and who pays to fix it.
Over the past six months nearly half of schools tested in western Massachusetts had at least one sample with high levels of lead or copper.
A former police detective can’t go back to work while he is suing the City of Springfield.
The 22News I-Team requested and reviewed state records on incidents involving gas line accidents from November 2012 through the end of 2015.
Technology used to generate a sketch of Lisa Ziegert’s killer has already helped police departments across the country solve similar cases.
Off-duty Springfield police officers who were accused of beating up four men in April 2015, will not face criminal charges.
The 22News I-Team reveals how the latest DNA identifying technology may provide information that could solve murder cases.
The former detective’s lawyer alleges that the ex-girlfriend filed the restraining order for “improper purposes to aid the police department…
A former Springfield police detective has filed a civil lawsuit against the Police Commissioner and others in Hampden Superior Court.
It took seven months, but the state has finally fulfilled a promise it made about its plan to put venomous snakes in the Quabbin.
The status on two projects funded with over $1-million in upfront money as part of the city’s Community Host Agreement with MGM.
An alleged Springfield mafia associate will stay in prison until his trial. A federal judge rejected Ralph Santaniello’s plea to be released…
Between 2014 and 2015, Rosa Famania stole about 181 cash rental payments totaling $70,649 from the Framingham Housing Authority.
State police detectives along with Homeland Security raided the Feeding Hills Spa on Tuesday.
Police Chief Ronald Campurciani said that the student sent the e-mail through a domain in Romania, to make it seem like a foreign threat.
State police detectives could be seen going in and out of the Springfield Street spa on Tuesday morning.
A device used in some open-heart surgeries can cause a dangerous and sometimes deadly bacterial infection.
The 22News I-Team reveals if the state missed an opportunity to make a more significant change on Interstate 91 in Springfield.
22News spoke with a member of the campus community, who said it has been a hostile environment since the decision to lower the flag.
One tidbit that came out of the Gaming Commission’s meeting in Springfield was that 31 Elm Street could become MGM’s market-rate apartments.