Despite a law enacted five years ago banning the practice, the 22News I-Team found plenty of people texting and driving on local roads.
The National Weather Service has issued both a Wind Chill Warning and Wind Chill Advisory for WMass from Thursday night to Friday morning.
UMass students and faculty got a chance to voice their frustrations over the Iranian study controversy that drew national attention.
A state judge has dismissed larceny charges against a Northampton woman who was accused of embezzling money connected to a failed project.
A measles outbreak that started in California has western Mass. public health officials stressing the importance of getting vaccinated.
Many of us are fed up with winter, but how far would you go to get relief? 22News asked to see if anyone is thinking about moving.
Senator Elizabeth Warren met with public officials and constituents in Hampden, Hampshire, and Franklin Counties on Thursday.
A former science teacher at West Springfield Middle School has been found guilty of raping a young girl
UMass Amherst reversed their ban on Iranian students. Students hope this will start a serious conversation about U.S. foreign policies.
Some patients at Cooley Dickinson Hospital’s emergency department had to be moved to other parts of the hospital after a pipe burst.
Following a backlash over their banning of Iranian students from certain engineering and technology programs, UMass has changed course.
The Town of Amherst and UMass are using the lessons they learned a year ago to help them better prepare for this year’s Blarney Blowout.
A jury in the trial of a former WMass middle school teacher charged with child rape has started deliberations.
UMass Amherst is prohibiting Iranian students from studying certain subjects. 22News found out how it could impact student life on campus.
The Amherst Health Department is considering increasing the age to legally buy tobacco from 18 to 21 years old.
Easthampton Police are installing two new webcams around the city. 22News has the latest on this project.
People looking to buy, sell or rent properties need to be on the lookout for thieves using the internet to get information and money.