Today marks one year Trump officially running for president. When he entered the race, there were 11 other Republican candidates.
The New England Patriots have signed third-round draft pick Jacoby Brissett.
The Blue Angels are back. The aviation team returned to the skies Thursday morning for a practice above Pensacola.
Philadelphia became the first major city with a soda tax on despite a multimillion-dollar campaign by the beverage industry to block it.
The first funerals were held Thursday in Florida for victims of Sunday’s deadly massacre at Orlando’s Pulse Nightclub.
Meaningful gun control legislation hasn’t been passed in nearly a decade, but congress may be closer now than ever before.
President Barack Obama claimed a threat to all Americans’ security Thursday as a strong reason to tighten U.S. gun laws.
Mass. could soon be eligible for millions of dollars to help combat the opioid crisis. 22News explains how this money could help save lives.
A Greenfield resident has been identified as the person whose body was pulled from the Connecticut River earlier this month.
Agawam police say that the suspect stole money out of a man’s shirt pocket as the victim sat inside his parked car.
The Spirit of Springfield announced its plans Thursday for its 25th annual Star Spangled Springfield spectacular.
New research shows that the chemicals we use on our bodies every day can interact with the chlorine in pools and have a dangerous effect.
A new program is designed to help people know whether they are at risk for Lyme disease and other tick-borne illnesses.
After yet another warm day, you might have thought summer was already here, but it won’t officially be summer for a few more days.
Ramon Torres-Vazquez allegedly shot and killed a male victim in Coamo, Puerto Rico in 2014.
State police say Thursday morning’s crash serves as an important reminder to be on the lookout for deer.