The 22News I-Team reviews the results of a state audit to identify the cause of case backlogs, and what is being done to improve efficiency.
Waste water has been overflowing from a manhole near the railroad tracks above the Westfield River in Mittineague Park since Wednesday.
There are more than 21,000 convicted sex offenders living in Massachusetts. The state doesn’t have the correct addresses for 1,769 of them.
The I-Team got a look inside what judges and clerks have to consider when determining bail.
The 22News I-Team investigates how the state has lost track of 1,800 sex offenders.
Public Safety Secretary Daniel Bennett said his office is making changes to make sure this never happens again.
The report accuses the office of making “serious errors in judgment,” that could now cause thousands of drunk driving convictions to get thr…
Both men face firearms charges for possessing an illegal handgun.
The 22News I-Team has new information about why the state is investigating a Jewish Nursing Home in Longmeadow.
Twenty-one out of the 31 nursing homes in the county scored below the state average, based on several criteria.
First on 22News, a Longmeadow nursing home is being investigated by the state. The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services declared imme…
The 22News I-Team reporter discovered what’s being done to make sure your kids are safe when they get on the bus.
22News I-Team reporter Ryan Walsh takes a closer look at the regulations and screening requirements for the people who drive your children.
There are hundreds of high hazard dams in Massachusetts in need of repair. 22News got an up close look at two of those dams in Westfield.
Panhandlers are popping up everywhere, one frequent beggar is an elderly man. The 22News I-Team spoke to that man and reveals why it’s so di…
A proposed solar farm project in Shutesbury can move forward.
A health care company will refund hundreds of MassHealth members.
An elderly man pretending to be homeless is accused of breaking the law. The 22News I-Team discovered what got this panhandler in trouble.
The panhandling population is growing in western Massachusetts.
Some panhandlers need help, but many around here refuse help and the Police Chief says some only want handouts to help pay for drugs.