Athlete of the Week: Palmer's Emily Czaja

Palmer second baseman Emily Czaja discusses her work ethic.

Rick's Thursday Night Forecast - 6 PM Show

Rick's Thursday Night Forecast - 6 PM Show

E-Cigarette Regulations

ales of e-cigarettes are booming, and right now almost anyone can get their hands on the product.

Advocates Urge Lawmakers for Access to Marijuana

The move to legalize marijuana for recreational use continues in Massachusetts.

Firefighters Battle Massive Barn Fire in Chicopee

Firefighters have contained a massive barn fire in Chicopee.

Fire Towers

As brush fire season is upon us, workers in watch towers have a crucial job in preventing them from getting out of hand.

Gun Summit

As firearm crimes in the Baystate are on the rise, a Gun Summit was held in Boston to address the problem.

NARH Update

A temporary deal has been reached to return emergency services to NARH.

Chicopee Fire - 5p update

An update on the massive barn fire in Chicopee

Chicopee Fire - 4:15p update

An update on the fire on Montgomery Street

40's Friends - Fudge

Meet Fudge, who is looking for a great home

Dan's Thursday Afternoon Forecast

Dan's Thursday Afternoon Forecast

North Adams Hospital Agreement - 12n update

An agreement has been reached that could reopen emergency services in North Adams by May

Mass. Mom Gives Birth to Big Baby

A Mass. mother has given birth to a 14.5 pound baby

ALL NEXT WEEK - Legalization: A Special Report

We take a look at the push to legalize marijuana for recreational use in Mass.

The Albano Years: Asselin Family

ABC40 looks back at the crime and corruption that plagued Springfield a decade ago.

Thursday's News on the Go 4/24

Nurses to protest at bankruptcy hearing, railroad delays frustrating local communities, and more concern for brush fires on this windy day! ABC40's Tom Lewis and Emily Volz bring you your News on the Go for this Thursday morning!

ABC40 Honor Roll 4/24

Students fat Turner Falls High School collect dresses for Pioneer Valley USO!

ABC40InTheMorning Celebrates 4/24

ABC40InTheMorning Celebrates 4/24

BASE Jumping Record Set at World's Tallest Building

A group of professionals set a world record by base jumping off of the world's tallest building, the Burj Khalifa in Dubai. They fell more than 2,700 feet before landing safely on the ground with parachutes.

Couple Could Face Charge Following Moose 4/24

Couple Could Face Charge Following Moose 4/24

Liquid galaxy

Westfield State University students got an interactive look at the world without leaving your seat.

Drug take back for Saturday

The DEA is teaming up with police departments across the state this weekend.

Brush fire concerns

Despite Wednesday’s rain, there are new concerns about brush fires in the upcoming days.

Deerfield potholes Pan-Am

Car after car slams into pothole after pothole on Elm Street in Deerfield.

AIC Honors Graduating Students Who Have Served the Country

A special honor for some veterans who are about to get their degrees from a local college.

UMass Biking

Wednesday brought less-than-ideal biking weather. But under the cover of a pop-up shelter, Anthony Pontrelli, a member of Pi Kappa Phi at UMass Amherst, had already pedaled several hours by noon.


A bill that would make the fluffernutter Massachusetts' official sandwich has been given initial approval by state lawmakers.


Zohydro is a long-acting pain medication, used only for long-term severe illnesses.

State Senate

State Senate Candidate and Springfield City Councilor Tim Allen is taking issue with one of his opponent's residency.


Verizon is helping keep a valuable program for domestic violence victims running

Summer Jobs

A look at the summer job prospects

Falcons team up to fight blight

The Springfield Falcons are teaming up with Keep Springfield Beautiful

Bike Path battle

Battle continues surrounding a bike path in Westfield

Wednesday's Honor Roll

Wednesday's Honor Roll

ABC40 Celebrates 4/23

Your ABC40 Celebrates for April 23rd, 2014

Westfield Rail Trail Invades Neighborhoods

Some Westfield residents are upset about the newly built Rail Trail in their community.

Crime and Corruption: Phillips

Ten years ago was a bad time for the city of Springfield...

Save Lake Warner

Plans were unveiled to raise $350,000 to save a historical part of North Hadley.

Pricey scratch ticket

Some questions being raised over a $30 scratch ticket

Whiting Farms Road

Holyoke Gas and Electric is trying to sell 18 acres on Whiting Farms Road.

UMass Yoga to Raise Awareness About Breast Cancer

"Protect Our Breasts" hosts a yogathon at UMass to raise awareness about breast cancer

Earth Day

In celebration of Earth Day Sabis students and Springfield officials plant trees throughout the city to "Re-Green Springfield"

Strip Search

Strip searched involving female inmates and male guards is being investigated.

Angie's List: Car Rentals

This week's Angie's List helps you when renting a car.

Drug Rehab

As drug abuse rises cities and towns in western mass look to see how they can help with treatment.

NARH Closure

Congressman Richard Neal weighs in on the NARH closure.

Springfield Shooting

An afternoon shooting in the North End of Springfield.

Dave's Pet Show #419

Dave's Pet Show #419

Dave's Pet Show #418

Dave's Pet Show #418