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Research shows heightened rudeness

Cyber bullying and online rudeness are a big part of the problem according to the latest research. People say they encounter rudeness at least twice a day. Full story

Palmer Host Agreement still not done

First out of the gate, last to the finish line.  22News discovered why Mohegan Sun and Palmer still haven't finished their host community agreement.   Palmer's Town Manager Charlie Blanchard told 22News earlier this month (July 9) that the agreement would be done by the end of the July.  That deadli Full story

Casinos impact on the Mass. Lottery

The Massachusetts State Lottery made close to $1 billion in profits this past year. 22News discovered how casinos in the Commonwealth will impact their bottom line.   The money the state lottery makes goes back into our cities and towns, but in three years, the lottery system and the businesses sell Full story

New ruling on cell phone records

A New Orleans-based federal appeals court has ruled that police can obtain your cell phone records with a court order; instead of a search warrant.  Full story

Crews repair water pipes

The Department of Public Works temporarily shut off water to the northern section of the Aldenville area Chicopee, Wednesday. Full story

Suspect not arrested in Chicopee search

Chicopee Police and Massachusetts State Police ended there search for a man who ran off after a traffic stop on Chicopee Street Tuesday evening. Full story

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  Storms expected to bring relief from heat

There may finally be some relief from the suffocating heat and humidity that has affected millions of people this week. But with that, come some strong storms. Weather Channel meteorologist Mike Seidel has more.

  Let it snow, let it snow...for cancer-striken girl

As the rest of the nation bakes amid a heat wave, volunteers in Arlington, Texas, came together to make a winter wonderland for a cancer-stricken six-year-old whose only wish was to play in the snow.