July revenues the highest month in 2016.
Environmental experts say the snake may have been looking for water.
MassDOT wants to launch All-Electronic Tolling on the Mass Pike. The 22News I-Team explains what decisions need to be made before October.
The 22News I-Team has new information on why Homeland Security investigators were at South Boulevard in West Springfield on July 29th.
A new state report finds 488 confirmed cases of accidental opioid deaths since January, most from fentanyl.
Thousands of Massachusetts residents have had consumer complaints resolved through state protection programs.
City Solicitor Ed Pikula said that the city will provide any records requested by law enforcement, and will cooperate in any investigation.
Playground equipment is so hot it can melt your child’s skin. The 22News I-Team is working for you with how to spot a danger zone for your k…
Springfield is waiting to build a new South End Community Center. The 22News I-Team details another piece of that project that is in jeopard…
Plans to rebuild the South End Community Center are still in limbo. The 22News I-Team reveals why that construction still hasn’t started.
The 22News I-Team tested three swimming pools and three ponds run by the state, a city and town for bacteria.
Water samples from several public pools and ponds and reveals the types and amounts of bacteria that you’re swimming in.
Hundreds of calls to police and you paid for it. The 22News I-Team reveals how often the police are dealing with calls from Walmart.
Funding slated to help low income residents receive job training and employment.
Hundreds of calls to police and you paid for it. The 22News I-Team analyzed the amount of calls to Walmart that police receive.
An Inspector General report rips a Massachusetts state agency for not reporting potential cases of abuse and neglect of developmentally disa…
22News discovered the resale of Diabetic Test Strips is part of a grey market.
The 22News I-Team uncovers this growing grey market business and the legal ramifications that face individuals who get involved.
The government opened 304 investigations of colleges for possibly mishandling reports of sexual assaults in 2012.
Colleges and universities nationwide are accused of continuing to under report cases of sexual assault and violent crimes on campus.