22News explains why civil rights groups have concerns about the way the new state public records law is written.
The state actually collected more in September of 2016 than they did in September of 2015, but it was still below expectations.
Healey, who said she spoke with a mother of one of the shooting victims this summer, said she plans to meet with victims’ families and survi…
More than three months after the state officially declared a drought, groundwater levels remain low across the entire state.
Mass. voters will decide whether to fully legalize marijuana. 22News spoke with critics who warn of the serious consequences to children.
Question 4 calls for creating a Cannabis Control Commission, overseen by the state treasurer, to regulate marijuana sales.
Jared Valenzola allegedly tried to coerce another state employee to dissuade her fiancee from running for the state senate.
The Secretary of the Commonwealth’s Office said hackers are looking for electronic machines that are interconnected.
The task force will receive an update on conditions around the state and the forecast for the coming weeks before recommending changes.
It appears Massachusetts is headed for a legal showdown with the federal government over ownership of submerged lands off Monomoy.
An estimated 4 Mass. residents die each day from a drug overdose. For many, the addiction began with a legal prescription from a doctor.
A group of nurses are raising concerns about proposed new regulations that they say could lead to medical errors.
Governor Charlie Baker is reviewing a spending bill to close out fiscal 2016. 22News explains how much it’s expected to cost taxpayers.
The new state regulation will reduce the quarantine time for unvaccinated dogs and cats possibly exposed to rabies.
The Amherst Democrat founded the commission, and has dedicated several years to helping new mothers overcome depression after giving birth.
All registered voters will be able to vote before Election Day for the first time in Massachusetts.
The law allows transgender people to use public bathrooms that are consistent with their gender identity, regardless of their sex at birth.
Advocates for transgender people in Massachusetts say they can no longer be legally discriminated against in public places.
Governor Charlie Baker welcomed the Danish Royal Couple to Beacon Hill this morning. 22News was there, and explains the purpose of the trip.
22News highlights a new poll that could give us an early indication of what to expect in November.