Video shows two alligators engaged in brutal combat on the shore of a pond.
22News anchor Kait Walsh and WWLP.com’s Tony Fay are headed to New Hampshire to cover Saturday night’s last debate before the primary.
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Snow will slowly end this afternoon with some places getting more than half a foot of snow.
The Internal Revenue Service says that phone schemes are still a huge threat to the general public and top their annual list of tax schemes.
A man spent $6,000 online for tickets to this year’s Super Bowl but he said the deal was too good to be true.
Police have an eight-year-old-boy in custody after he stole his mother’s gun and tried to rob a store with it.
Tucked inside a building on the UConn campus at Storrs is a research laboratory dedicated to vaccine development.
Some people only watch the Super Bowl for the commercials but should companies shell out big bucks for their products?
If you don’t believe in ghost riding, perhaps this video will help change your mind.
The man behind a viral dinosaur video discusses his passion for horseback riding and his relationship with his horse.
A man was rushed to a local hospital after being hit by two different vehicles on Locust Street in Springfield Thursday night.
Monson police trained ordinary citizens Thursday night on how to take action and survive if someone starts shooting nearby.
Trees are responsible for 25% of all service interruptions. 22News explains how you can have dangerous trees taken down for free.
Police officers found Dave Mirra sitting in a truck with an apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound.
A Winter Weather Advisory has been issued for central and eastern Hampden County.
Our Powerball fever is finally cooling off, but the 22News I-Team discovered new information about the lottery that might get you hot.
Chicopee Police Captain Mark Gilbert won one legal battle on Thursday and initiated another one.
Springfield Police are asking for your help to identify two people suspected of stealing from the Sears on Boston Road.
Nathan Kermensky has been missing since last week. Friends and family were out on Route 9 searching for answers.