The bill, which was years in the making, passed the House unanimously after little debate. Similar efforts fell short last session.
A man pleaded not guilty to charges he fatally shot his firefighter friend while they were drinking alcohol.
A man’s dog severely neglected and the man out$5,000 after he says a dog sitter abused his animal and stole from him.
Terrorists have been targeting large crowded locations, and with the upcoming Independence Day, some people are being extra cautious.
Springfield police say that the suspect tried to put crack rocks inside his mouth while officers were there.
Captain Mark Gilbert is suing Chief William Jebb, Mayor Richard Kos, and Lieutenant John Pronovost for defamation and civil conspiracy.
Metal pieces of destroyed guns fell into a recycling bin Wednesday; the products of a recent successful gun buyback program.
The upcoming holiday will bring large crowds and loud fireworks, but the experience can be overwhelming for pets.
Police in Northampton are asking for information from the public about a hit and accident that seriously injured a pedestrian.
West Springfield Police need your help identifying a man who broke into gas station.
22News found out what security measures are in place at Bradley International Airport after the terror attack at a Turkish airport.
Presidential candidates often about living wages and the economy. 22News found out how many Americans feel the economy is “rigged.”
The owner of Chang Farm in Whately was issued a penalty for discharging water pollutants into the Connecticut River.
Gas stations and package stores are busy selling people a chance at a life changing jackpot.
We welcome them home after war and on Wednesday they were welcomed to their new permanent home in Leeds.
A grant has been awarded to the Franklin County Regional Dog Shelter, receiving $2,500 in grant money from the Petco Foundation.
Its been a long allergy season for some, and the dry weather hasn’t help. 22News is working for you with when the season is going to end.
Massachusetts new summer safety campaign is raising awareness about distracted driving.
Greenfield residents will soon be paying less for their electricity bills. 22News explains what’s causing the reduction in rates.
We’ve seen very little rain this early summer. 22News is working for you with how all the dry weather is affecting businesses.