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Aaron Hernandez was found hanging from a bed sheet in his cell early Wednesday morning.
The plan was originally announced in early 2016, and was quickly challenged by residents and lawmakers.
New guidelines apply to members of the U.S. Navy, barring members from distributing nude photos without the consent of the individual.
Passwords. You need them for your bank account, email, and your social media pages, but Facebook wants to make passwords pointless.
Americans want to look good, but less and less of them are going on diets to actively lose weight.
The world’s greatest female tennis player is pregnant. Serena Williams dropped the news on Snapchat with a baby bump picture.
22News spoke with Hernandez’s attorney, who said legally speaking, his death means the 2015 murder conviction may be tossed.
Police arrested a man from Pittsfield, Wednesday, after he was caught driving his grandmother’s car with a suspended license.
The Massachusetts Fisheries and Wildlife Board voted Wednesday to suspend the controversial proposal to breed snakes at Mt. Zion.
The families of the 2 men gunned down in Boston and Odin Lloyd intend to move forward with their civil cases against Aaron Hernandez.
Michael Rodriguez was found guilty of second degree murder in connection with the 2009 death of Julian Cartie.
The conservative host of the top-rated O’Reilly Factor has been facing allegations of sexual harassment.
Raising the age to buy tobacco products from 18 to 21 was on the Public Health Council agenda Wednesday night in Springfield.
Students from “Black Men of Greater Springfield” took a tour of the Hampden County Hall to hear about careers within the judicial system.
A woman wanted by police outs herself after posting a video on Facebook. It didn’t take long for police to track her down.
Family dispute led to a dangerous situation for police in Port Huron Easter Sunday morning when a man waved a machete at officers.
The tension with North Korea continues. The question is, how much pain could North Korean inflict on its southern neighbor?
The Massachusetts Department of Corrections said Hernandez tried to block his door from the inside by jamming it with various items.
22News explains what some Massachusetts lawmakers think about increasing inmate oversight.