#22NewsMarathon UMass Dr. Pierre Rouzier was at the finish line, working triage, after the bombs went off. The best medicine for him is telling the story of his experiences following the bombing, and the year of healing that everyone has been through.
A Florida father admits to killing his infant son in order to have more time to play video games.
Police in Colorado confirm that marijuana candy may have played a role in the 9-1-1 murder of man’s wife. Meantime, man’s brother says shooting is “unexplainable.”
The Obama Administration trumpets the latest numbers indicating that eight million people signed up for health insurance under the Affordable Care Act.
A look at this week’s major theatrical movie releases, including “Transcendence” and “A Haunted house 2.”
#22NewsMarathon With the big race only three days away, State Police are giving 22News and other members of the media a tour of their Command Post 1, located near the starting line in Hopkinton.
A new March of Dimes app called “Cinemama” helps promote healthy pregnancies by allowing moms-to-be to document their growing bellies and encourages them to carry babies to term.
#22NewsMarathon Reporter Ryan Walsh took a ride along the 26.2 mile course of the world’s most famous marathon, to give you a look at the sights the runners will be seeing from Hopkinton to Boston.
Around the world, Christians are coming together in observance of Good Friday, which they believe was the day Jesus was crucified.
The company that owns the Vermont Yankee nuclear power plant wants to do away with the 10-mile emergency planning zone surrounding the reactor after it ceases operation later this year.
There are several items that spectators are being strongly discouraged from bringing to this year’s Marathon. 22News is working for you with a look at what to keep at home if you’re going to the race.
A fire at a house in Westfield may have been intentionally set
Over the past year we have, and will continue to tell, amazing stories of heroism at the finish line, but anyone can be a hero by donating blood; something that was critical to hundreds of victims of the Marathon bombing attacks.
Businesses on Boylston Street clearly demonstrate the “Boston Strong” spirit that emerged in the aftermath of the Marathon attacks, not only in how their workers helped bombing victims, but also in their resilience in the face of the great challenges during the days that followed.
22News reporter Kaitlin Goslee flew along with some of the the State Police Air Wing troopers in one of their newest helicopters, which they will have in the air on the day of the Boston Marathon.
The victims of a deadly crash on the Massachusetts Turnpike in Framingham this week have been identified as northern Connecticut residents.
Last year, runners had to stop just one mile short from the finish line. This year, many will return to run the whole way.
WNEU conducted a telephone survey of 477 adults in Massachusetts from March 31st to April 7th.
The woman who lives in a Westfield house that was damaged in a fire Friday morning has been arrested for allegedly setting it herself.
Police are working to identify a dead body that was found under the deck of a home during an Easter egg hunt. The homeowner told police she had been hunting for the source of a foul odor for several days.