Daylight saving time begins this weekend and spring officially begins in two weeks, but looking outside Monday, you wouldn’t know it.
No matter how technology changes the learning process, books still have a home in classrooms across the country. But what about in your home…
Health code violations have shut down two Northampton bodywork businesses, while they and two others remain under investigation by police.
People who are used to parking in seven lots along State, Bliss, and Howard Streets, will now have to find new places to park their cars.
March is “Problem Gambling Awareness Month.” 22News attended a conference, Monday morning, aimed to combat the issue.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu speaks at AIPAC ahead of his address to Congress.
Ebola survivor Nancy Writebol plans return to Liberia; nurse Nina Pham sues hospital where she contracted deadly disease.
Downtown Grantville, Georgia, once used as a set for “The Walking Dead”, is for sale on eBay.
Four young boys are back home after missing for nearly 12 hours in the cold Friday night.
Tax refund season has many Americans wondering what they should do with their refund check.
Michelle Carter has been charged after being accused of allegedly encouraging her boyfriend to kill himself.
Authorities say several horses have been trapped after the roof of a barn in Norwell collapsed.
Lawmakers are still working to find compromise on Homeland Security funding or face another shutdown.
MGM casino construction is about to begin and that means there will be limited spaces to park in Springfield.
Snowfall reports stayed mostly under 6 inches
Beginning Monday, many privately-owned lots will close to prepare for MGM casino construction.
As if skydiving isn’t scary enough, one Australian man is lucky to be alive after a jump went horribly wrong.