22News is working for you with how residents prepared for the first measurable snow of the season.
A dog in New Mexico is learning the hard way that if you do the crime, you do the time.
Burning embers are being carried up to a mile away from the fire lines by gusting winds, increasing the danger of more fires.
Pennsylvania police are fighting hunger this holiday season by accepting food donations instead of cash from citizens paying traffic fees.
Despite the weather, the first ever community dental day was a big success at Springfield Technical Community College.
Monday is the last day to donate a new, unwrapped toy to our 22News Broadcast Center in Chicopee.
The snow didn’t stop the public’s fierce commitment to make this year’s Toys for Tots drive a success.
“Marshall” is an intriguing study of a man who knew early on that he was laying the groundwork for civil rights achievements.
By the time a funeral procession arrived at the cemetery, the grave had not yet been dug, so the family members had to do it themselves.
MassDOT is encouraging drivers to make smart decisions if you’re headed out onto the roadways.
It is not known what caused the crash.
The judges were sharply divided, voting 4 to 3 that Dassey’s confession wasn’t coerced.
After three years of war, the Prime Minister of Iraq announced the success of Iraq’s military in reclaiming all territory taken by ISIS.
The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety says just 15 vehicles earned its “Top Safety Pick Plus” designation for 2018.
Massachusetts is one of seven states that have widespread flu activity.
Charles, 25, of Malden, Mass., is charged with murder. He’s suspected of being the getaway driver but not the shooter.