We’ll be discussing two of those questions, questions one and four.
The rain could be heavy at times today, so there could be some localized flooding along with ponding and puddling on the roads.
Weather believed to have caused two separate car accidents in Springfield.
More Americans now support a “boots on the ground” strategy for combating ISIS.
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Chicopee Police have arrested a two suspect after a car chase ended on Smith St. Wednesday with an accident involving two police cruisers.
Even when it’s time to choose the next president of the United States, only about half of registered voters vote.
A judge ordered a 47-year-old Palmer man to be held without bail after he was arraigned on charges relating to a slashing attack.
The Springfield Mayor’s office has issued a letter to residents assuring them that the city is prepared to deal with the Ebola virus.
Springfield’s health department is on a mission to keep people “flu-free,” by making sure everyone gets a flu shot.
A busy day at your local City and Town Hall’s as Wednesday marked the last day for residents to register to vote.
The Springfield Police and FBI Joint Task Force arrested four alleged Heroin dealers in Springfield Tuesday afternoon.
An investigation is in fact underway, but no further details are released.
Local nurses and health care workers are reviewing their own preparedness in the event they encounter an Ebola patient.
Opponents of MGM Springfield, have been concerned not as many people will play the lottery if they’re gambling at the casino.
Some of the pink ribbons you see for breast cancer awareness month might be tied to schemes