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.
Three Agawam police officers were fired on Wednesday. The 22News I-Team uncovered new information on what went down.
Currently, rape kits and other forensic evidence can be destroyed after six months.
Audit finds Parole Board not properly administering collection of supervision fees or performing supervision level reassessments of parolees…
Four unarmed black men claim they were attacked by a group of off-duty cops. Their attorney says the police then tried to cover it up.
Group of off-duty officers are accused of attacking men outside a bar and an attorney claims the police who responded tried to cover it up.
The Northwestern DA’s office released the gory details of how Thomas Harty was killed and his wife Joanna Fisher was severely injured.
The Springfield Mayor and Hampden County D.A. both requested a civil rights review of Det. Bigda’s interrogation of juveniles in February.
Prosecutors “provided voluminous discovery” according to federal court documents.
The Pioneer Valley Planning Commission will use the funds for a project in Holyoke.
The two suspects in a deadly home invasion in Orange were in a Virginia court, Tuesday afternoon, and waived their rights.
Massachusetts, California, Nevada and Arizona also have marijuana legalization questions on the ballot this year.
The Ballot Question 2 initiative would allow the creation of up to 12 new charter schools, or enrollment expansions in existing charter scho…
Question 4 calls for creating a Cannabis Control Commission, overseen by the state treasurer, to regulate marijuana sales.
Parent Company Newell Brands announced on Tuesday that they are going to sell the vast majority of their Tools Segment.
The Governor’s budget office says that the decision is based on cost cutting measures.
A controversial tape of a Springfield police detective is allowing more alleged criminals to avoid jail time.
Detective Gregg Bigda was suspended for 60 days, after being caught on camera threatening three teenagers.
A Springfield police detective has been suspended. The 22News I-Team found out why his actions may lead to dozens of criminals avoiding jail…