Four orphaned bear cubs are getting a second chance at life at a Reno, Nevada animal sanctuary.
A North Korea missile launch meant to celebrate the birthday of the country’s founder ended in failure and an embarrassing setback.
Salem police say they’ve caught the man suspected of shooting at a local officer during a traffic stop.
A Massachusetts mother’s tribute after her daughter died from a heroin overdose is spreading around the world via social media.
A Massachusetts man who owes about $250,000 he borrowed to put three children through college has won a major court victory.
Protesters want UMass to get rid of their investments in fossil fuel companies. 22News spoke with both the University and protesters.
Open burning season continues in certain western Mass. communities until May; conditions are right for fires to get out of control.
At 2:49 p.m., a citywide moment of silence marked the time when the first of two pressure cooker bombs detonated near the race’s end.
In 2014 payroll for base’s more than 3,000 military and civilian employees totaled 125 million. Over the past year that number has changed.
Two people are now facing larceny charges following a chase that crossed state lines.
A Springfield police officer is expected to be okay, after his car was involved in an accident while on the way to work Friday morning.
Top state officials are leading the opposition to keep recreational marijuana illegal in Massachusetts.
A Greenfield church believes spirituality can help stop addiction.
The U.S. Department of Education found that less than 20% of schools start classes at the recommended time of 8:30 or later.
Greenfield wrestler Elena Pirozkhova has qualified for the Summer Olympic Games. This is her second chance going for the gold.
The weather pattern known as El Nino that we’ve heard so much about lately is changing.