UMass wasn’t the only school in western Massachusetts to receive hateful, racist and anti-semitic flyers on campus.
State police announced there will be a sobriety checkpoint in Hampden County Friday.
You’ve probably never heard of John Frederick Parker, but he lives on in infamy as the thirsty bodyguard who left Ford’s Theatre.
Global law enforcement agencies are banding together to learn more about how terrorists make explosives.
A cell phone video captured the dramatic arrest of a suspected drug dealer. Police are applauding the actions officers caught on camera.
The FDA issued a warning that some cannabis oils may not contain the ingredients found on the label, and may not help to treat diseases.
There are few things you need to keep in mind before you hop on a motorcycle during the warmer months, and it all starts with the gear.
Does spring mean sniffles for you? While many will enjoy the warmer temperatures, others will be battling spring allergies.
After the Brussels attacks, some are looking to Israel for lessons on making airports more secure.
When President Obama stood up and did the tango in Argentina, It earned him both pats on the back, as well as a backlash.
Springfield police say that syringes and crack pipes were also being offered for sale at the Dwight Mini Mart in the South End.
A Massachusetts State Trooper vacationing in Florida assisted with arresting a 75-year-old fugitive suspected of raping a child.
UMass Amherst and Smith College were among the western Mass. schools targeted on Thursday by hackers spreading messages of hate.
A 5-year-old girl was hit by a car near Springfield Police Headquarters Thursday afternoon.
Surgeons at a Massachusetts hospital removed bags of heroin from a man who allegedly swallowed them to smuggle into the United States.
A bill that would end automatic driver’s license suspensions some drug offenses in Massachusetts has landed on Gov. Baker’s desk.