In 2015, more than 100 Syrian refugees resettled in Mass. The 22News I-Team found out none of them are being placed in eastern Mass.
Some schools are receiving backlash for the size of their endowments and the tax breaks they receive.
A former Spanish Language lecturer at Amherst College has dismissed her federal lawsuit against the College and her former supervisor.
The state settled a lawsuit in April of 2015 over male guards videotaping strip searches of female inmates.
Pentagon leaders said they need to close more military bases. The 22News I-Team investigates the potential impacts at Westover and Barnes.
The 22News I-Team has uncovered that a larger number are being resettled in western Massachusetts compared to the rest of the state.
Barnes and Westover have survived military cuts in the past, but will a new President and administration be looking to overhaul the defense …
Public demand for police body cameras is at all-time high. The 22News I-Team reveals why few local police departments have body cameras.
The 22News I-Team obtained video of an incident that has led to a Springfield Police Department controversy.
The premise for law enforcement to have cruiser and body cameras is to help them support their cases, as well as hold them accountable,
Former Springfield Police Detective Steven Vigneault says that he was pressured to resign.
The I-Team discovered human trafficking is much more common than you’d ever imagine, and it’s happening right in western Massachusetts.
The couple allegedly recruited women through a business called “Sinful Innocence,” then forced those women to work as prostitutes.
The allegations are that city officials conspired to quash an approved RMV building so that the city would get a preferred developer.
Viewers have contacted 22News about how ballots for early voting are being handled.
The 22News I-Team was in court on Tuesday, where one lawyer is trying to use that video as evidence in an unrelated case.
The 22News I-Team has uncovered a disturbing trend happening in western Massachusetts, and the victims can be as young as 14-years-old.
The 22News I-Team spoke to the Commissioner for the first time since allegations surfaced in two separate incidents involving his officers.
The Springfield Police Department is taking a lot of heat for two incidents; allegations of a cover up and extremely weak punishment.
An audit by the federal government claims the City of Springfield mishandled disaster relief funding given after the June 2011 tornado.