President Obama’s not running for anything, but Hillary Clinton just can’t stop talking about him.
A French court ruled Friday that a French art teacher can sue the social media service after it suspended his Facebook account.
It’s prime season for snowmobiling, but before you hit the trails, there’s an important recall you should know about.
Oil price reduction is creating a major concern for investors, some are fearing possible bankruptcies.
Angels costumes have made costumes for many of our beloved movie characters.
A total of 220,000 Brazilian troops are due Saturday to go door to door for a week, making a lot of noise about Zika. But why not earlier?
In a recent video, the pope encouraged Mexico to fight against corruption, drug trafficking, organized crime and human trafficking.
Get ready for dangerously lows temperatures across western Mass. this weekend. MEMA is urging you to stay inside if you can.
Two men and a woman were arrested in Sturbridge, Friday afternoon, and now face multiple drug and weapons charges.
New information from the state shows water problems at 2 Granby schools started back in 2014.
Mass. lawmakers and hospital officials met in West Springfield on Friday to brain storm ways to stop the opiate crisis in Hampden County.
Ten biotech companies are working on a Zika test that could be commercially available by the end of February.
Northampton will open a warming center this weekend for anyone who needs shelter from the extreme cold.
As freezing temperatures move across WMass, 22News is reminding you to be a good neighbor and check on the elderly and the disabled.
Make sure your home is prepared for some of those sub-zero temperatures this weekend, especially your pipes.
A Pulitzer Prize winning author and leading cancer physician was in Springfield Saturday night to address cancer and its growing impact.