Twitter trash talking between Patriots fan Chris Evans, aka “Captain America” and Seahawks fan Chris Pratt, aka “Starlord” from “Guardians o…
California mother says her 5th grade son was forced to disrobe after teacher accused him of stealing homework passes.
Florida 2-year-old dies from self-inflicted gunshot wound after finding loaded handgun in family car.
Republican leaders have abandoned plans to vote on a controversial abortion bill, following objections from some of their own members.
In Washington it’s a tale of two agendas, one from the new Republican-controlled Congress, and the other, from a President who is out of pow…
Pacemaker-like “Maestro System” recently approved by the FDA regulates hunger signals between the stomach and brain.
Even as they grapple with a shortfall in the state’s current $36 billion budget, lawmakers and state officials are set to begin preliminary …
Chicopee’s Former Mayor Mike Bissonette will not face criminal charges following an investigation done by the attorney general’s office.
A power outage in Amherst has caused a delay in the start time for three schools in town.
A man from Minnesota will be arraigned in Franklin Superior Court for allegedly embezzling thousands from Franklin Community Cooperative.
The New England Patriots will have a send-off rally in Boston before they head to Arizona to face the Seattle Seahawks in the Super Bowl.
The New England Patriots’ footballs may have been under-inflated, but jokes and jabs about the scandal have blown up.
The hit movie “American Sniper” is poised to clean up again at the box office this weekend, but the success of war movies is no surprise.
Armed suspects allegedly chased a convenience store clerk down street before turning around to make a getaway.
YouTube favorites known for swallowing cinnamon and applying makeup will soon have a new title, presidential journalist.
We finally are learning what the government found out when they investigated some well-known UFO sightings.
A favorite staple of American diets, chicken breasts, legs and wings, could become safer to eat.