Court documents say Seerden is a member of Seal Team One and was on temporary duty in Hampton Roads.
Thousands of scientists and science enthusiasts are expected in Washington, D.C. Saturday for a “March for Science.”
The president has yet to follow through on many of the promises he said he could accomplish in his first 100 days in office.
This part of southern Louisiana has one of the highest concentrations of climate change deniers and skeptics in the country.
Born with only one hand, a Virginia girl is now learning to play the violin with a new 3D printed attachment.
The Planning Board voted in favor of sending the marijuana bylaws to the Town Council for final preparation, so it can be put on the ballot.
The bedbug problem is continuing to strike apartments in the organization’s housing despite continued efforts to eradicate the problem.
City officials have chosen the locations of the city’s fifth annual Earth Day Clean-up on April 22 and are still looking for volunteers.
The AG’s letter said that a bill that died last month could have eventually cut more than $13 billion a year in treatment funding.
Lawyers who fought for the cases to be dismissed call the ruling a historic victory for justice and fairness.
A judge ordered key evidence in the prison suicide of Aaron Hernandez preserved, granting a request from the ex-NFL star’s fiancee.
22News went to the State House on Friday where Massachusetts lawmakers are crafting next year’s budget.
State agriculture officials have completed a plan to preserve honeybees and their habitats, a species that’s in decline.
The Baker-Polito administration has taken a few steps to help conserve the public water supplies in western Massachusetts.
Senator Edward Markey told 22News that the state is getting millions in federal aid to combat the opioid epidemic.
Ursula Ward says a jury found Hernandez guilty of killing her son and that’s good enough for her, even if his conviction is vacated.