The 22News Storm Team is working for you with what makes more locations more prone to severe weather versus others.
Campus police at the University of Massachusetts in Amherst are conducting “Active threat Training” this Saturday morning.
Hot and humid conditions are moving across the U.S., and we are feeling it here in Western Massachusetts.
Springfield Police continue to put pressure on the city’s drug traffickers, arresting four alleged heroin dealers.
Ludlow and State Police assisted with finding a wanted sex offender, who tried to escape in a wooded area near the Springfield Reservoir.
The city’s police and fire departments helped rescue a woman who was stuck in mud in the Westfield River.
22News viewers from throughout western Massachusetts called and sent us videos of a lightning cloud that passed through the area.
Severe storms brought down trees and power lines as they moved into western Massachusetts on Friday.
Lanes were temporarily closed on I-91 in Hatfield, Friday, after car crashed in the median and the driver was thrown from the car.
Springfield Firefighters were called to Home Street, Friday night, to put out a fire on the third floor apartment of a three story house.
Deerfield Firefighters were called to Keets Street, Friday evening, after a fire started inside one of the train cars.
Dozens of people came down to check it out the new greenery, and seating on the nearly one acre plot.
The Groff Wading pool on Mill Lane is temporarily closed due to a high bacteria count.
Plans to rebuild the South End Community Center are still in limbo. The 22News I-Team reveals why that construction still hasn’t started.
A proposal to stop the clock on the controversial plan to raise rattlesnakes on the Quabbin Reservoir was left out of the state budget.
After a short break from the heat and humidity it has come back in full force.
The former Chicopee mayor was charged with assaulting a police officer during an altercation at the polls in September.
Springfield Police Sgt. John Delaney told 22News after an investigation, detectives allegedly found large amounts of marijuana being dealt f…
Joshua Stegemann was sentenced to 30 years in prison for drug related crimes.
As our hot and dry summer continues, 22News explains how these conditions are affecting the brush fire danger.