Springfield Police are looking for help in locating Jacquelyne Pena.
Drake University holds annual bulldog beauty pageant.
Ohio company tries to take some stress out of losing a loved one.
U.S. Marshall shoots and kills alleged gang member when he lunges at witness in Salt Lake City court.
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Security camera captures postal worker in Kentucky throwing packages on driveway.
One of Utah’s most unique attractions is dying.
The Supreme Court hears a case today that could impact how you watch television.
New study finds eating seven servings of fruits and vegetables each day will prolong your life.
Watch Live // With the 118th Running of the Boston Marathon now history, the organizers and winners of this year’s race spoke at Boston’s Fairmont Copley Place hotel about their experiences.
Two Westfield men, arrested last July for breaking into houses to support their heroin habits, have had their day in court and have started their years in jail.
Mayor Bill de Blasio is pulling back the reins on his plans to quickly get rid of New York City’s horse-drawn carriage industry, stung by a recent outpouring of support for the colorful coaches that have clip-clopped their way through Central Park for more than 150 years.
A woman who previously served as an assistant superintendent of schools in Springfield has been selected over 58 other applicants to lead the public school system in Hartford.
Nigerian parents say more than 200 girls and young women abducted from a school by Islamic militants remain missing one week later, despite a “hot pursuit” by security forces and an independent search by desperate parents who went into a dangerous forest.
Westfield police have announced the conclusion of ‘Operation snow removal.’
Though her name has come up several times among the possible candidates for president in 2016, Massachusetts Senator Elizabeth Warren is insisting that she will not be a candidate.
#22NewsMarathon The family of the youngest person killed in the 2013 Boston Marathon bombings has worked to create something positive out of the tragic circumstances of his death.
A family is suing a New Jersey school district, contending that the phrase “under God” in the Pledge of Allegiance discriminates against atheist children.
Authorities say two adults and two children were hospitalized after a car left running in an attached garage filled a Weymouth home with dangerous levels of carbon monoxide.