After a mosquito in Chicopee tested positive for West Nile Virus, 22News wanted to update you on the threat levels across Massachusetts.
It appears the demand for firearms in the United States is on a steady rise, with record numbers of background checks and gun sales.
A lawmaker from Gardner wants to keep sex offenders from playing Pokemon Go, the cell-phone based game that created a craze last month.
The Springfield Police Department had officers at every location to meet with residents and the kids of those neighborhoods.
East Longmeadow residents gather Tuesday night at the high school to observe the National Night Out event.
The state awarded $250,000 to help students in the Commonwealth’s Regional STEM Networks in western Mass. and throughout the state.
The number of foreclosure petitions increased 13.1% in June, marking 28 straight months of year-over-year increases in foreclosure starts.
New survey results were released indicating 68 percent of teenagers in the United States admit to using apps while driving.
A group of Springfield taxpayers have brought a lawsuit against the city to take a closer look at the taxes paid for billboards and cell tow…
The applicant was a mother of three children who was attempting to use her new Section 8 voucher to move out of the homeless shelter where t…
Caled Donatiu has been classified by the Massachusetts Sex Offender Registry Board as a High Risk, Level 3 sex offender.
There are tips for protecting yourself, family and pets from the West Nile Virus and EEE.
An environmental cleanup crew had to be called-in, after the truck leaked fuel onto the highway and a bike path below.
Tuesday’s rain didn’t last long, but it was powerful. 22News shows the damage the flooding caused in West Springfield.
Funding is critical to prevent future deaths by adding new treatment beds and expanding the availability of Naloxone.
Top state leaders are looking ahead to January after closing out the formal legislative session last weekend.
Turtles that aren’t native to the area are turning up in the Connecticut River. 22News spoke with state wildlife officials about them.
Remember, if you see flooding on the roadway, it is impossible to judge just how deep the water is.
Putnam and Central High school students wanted to show police officers they appreciate their sacrifice.
A letter from the federal government says there is little evidence that flossing helps, but dentists may continue recommending the practice.