Violent brawls and disruptive behavior on a 10-day Carnival Line cruise in the South Pacific led the ship to dock early.
The latest victim of the flu in Connecticut is a 6-year-old girl from Norwalk.
22News Storm Team Meteorologist Nick Bannin explains what’s going to cause temperatures to go even higher.
Flood waters from the Ohio River flooded parts of downtown Pomeroy, Ohio Saturday, including several riverfront businesses.
Several police departments haven’t received any bump stocks since the ban went into effect February 1.
It’s athletes who get most of the attention, but there are thousands of people who made the trip to PyeongChang to work behind the scenes.
The United States has three teams in contention for a medal in the short program for Ice Dancing at the Pyeongchang Winter Olympics.
The Massachusetts Animal Coalition is encouraging car buyers this Presidents Day to get an animal friendly license plate with their new car.
Deputies believe, with the help of an alert airline agent, they helped stop two teens from being lured into the sex trafficking trade.
There’s a new twist to the old scam of thieves filing a tax return in your name, then pocketing your refund.
The General Pierce Bridge connects Greenfield and Montague in Franklin County.
Tonight on 22News The Bump Stock Ban is in effect…But how effective has it been? 22News takes a look at how many people have turned over the…
The 22News I-Team uncovers what happens to the unclaimed bodies of persons who die without any family or money.
Springfield police are investigating after a home on Forest Park Avenue was damaged in a shooting.
Eighty-four children have died from the flu this year, with 22 in just the past week.
The City of Springfield was awarded more than $360,000 as part of an effort to make it more accessible for pedestrians and cyclists.
22News traveled to the lower Pioneer Valley where they saw more than just a couple inches of snow.
The accident happened in the area of 299 College Highway at about 12:15 Sunday afternoon.
The flu is still widespread in the U.S., and the number of deaths among children has climbed to 84.
With the sun shining and the temperature rising, much of the snow that fell overnight performed a disappearing act.