The sun rose Wednesday at 5:14 a.m. and will set at 8:30 p.m. Days start getting shorter Thursday.
MassWildlife says its not long before bears realize residential areas are ideal locations for an easy meal.
Erving police say that they are particularly concerned that some of the drugs seized could have appealed to children.
Here are some photos of storms across western Massachusetts on Monday sent in to Report-It.
22News was at Springfield’s Relay for Life event as residents walked in support of the fight against cancer.
Military officials say the search has covered 2,500 square miles and will continue.
Boats searched above the surface, and divers below to find a man who never resurfaced Thursday night.
Correspondent Dennis Murphy reports on a case in western Massachusetts, where a young woman’s body is found in the basement of her home.
Springfield honored its new and already famous museum with a parade Saturday morning.
It was the catch of the day for one fisher in Athol as he coincidentally lured in a purse from a former high school classmate.
Springfield police say that they were able to quickly arrest a man accused of breaking into a postal truck in downtown Springfield.
Here are some photos that our viewers sent to us from Wednesday’s storms.
New language aims to reduce “dooring” incidents and other bicycle-automobile collisions.
North Carolina deputies discover illegal poppy field containing an estimated half-a-billion dollars worth of opium producing plants.
A museum doubled its reward for information leading to the return of stolen works of art from the largest art heist in U.S. history.
In addition to arrests and criminal summonses, state troopers wrote 465 tickets during a two week-long effort.
60 ambulances and 400 officers were called to the Manchester Arena for reports of an explosion.
The shy cats are becoming more comfortable around our suburban backyards this spring, and we may be inviting them indirectly
Firefighters from Holyoke, Northampton, and Westover Air Reserve Base have been called in to help.
Small caterpillars are now everywhere- on homes, all over the police department headquarters, and at the town hall.