Gov. Baker delivered his first State of the State address Thursday night. 22News discovered that not everyone was impressed by his speech.
Weather experts say the blizzard this weekend could rank near the top 10 to ever hit the East Coast
Governor Charlie Baker delivers his State of the Commonwealth address tonight.
At least 21 people are dead…after armed militants attacked a university in Pakistan.
37,000 Massachusetts children are on a waitlist to get into a charter school. Governor Charlie Baker joined the call for expansion.
Leaders in Springfield will get a tour today of the site for MGM’s planned casino.
Politicians and civil rights leaders gathered at the Boston Convention Center to pay tribute to the man famous for his “I Have a Dream” spee…
22News takes a look at how people in Massachusetts are observing Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, and good news in the case of a missing teen.
The search is on for survivors…after two military aircraft collide off the north shore of Oahu.
Cara Rintala can go on trial again, and the ex-girlfriend of the subject of “Making a Murderer” says he’s not an innocent man.
Three Powerball tickets will be splitting the record $1.6 billion dollar jackpot.
Lawmakers are fighting back against the drug epidemic. WMass lawmakers told 22News how we can prevent or reduce overdose deaths.
A roadway controversy in Brimfield, the housemate of Agawam’s mayor in court, and how much would you really win if you won Powerball?
Bill Cosby’s lawyers are looking to keep court records in a defamation lawsuit sealed.
The debate is heating up around the new, lucrative world of daily fantasy sports. 22News has both sides of the argument.
President Obama’s State of the Union address tonight is expected to be brimming with optimism.
State lawmakers are taking action against the deadly heroin and prescription drug crisis. 22News highlights what you need to know.
Demolition work is underway at the MGM casino site in Springfield and music fans around the world are saying goodbye to David Bowie.
MGM will pick up the pace on demolition and construction this week in the south end of Springfield.
Several Hampden County lawyers are exploring ways to make Springfield’s courthouse safer and more efficient.