The rain is expected to move in from the west through 3 p.m., with the heaviest falling between 8 p.m. and 2 a.m.
All residents of the 3rd Street residence were able to escape to safety Thursday morning.
A total of 82 teachers called out Thursday morning, but students will still have class.
The Plymouth County Sheriff’s deputy was off duty when he shot and killed Arthur DaRosa on May 10.
Eyewitness News anchor Kelly Sullivan finds out what the state is doing to combat its growing tick problem.
If Coventry voters pass Ballot Question 8, an entirely new purpose-built police station would be constructed at the Coventry Human Services …
Tuesday is the start of open enrollment to buy health insurance for next year through Rhode Island’s Obamacare marketplace.
The victim told police one of the men had a gun and they pushed her to the ground.
As states try to enforce ballot selfie bans at the voting booth, the issue could eventually reach the U.S. Supreme Court.
The admiration is mutual. Brady last week called Roethlisberger “one of the best quarterbacks” he’s ever played against.
A man previously charged in connection with a teenage girl that ran away from her home is now facing new charges of animal cruelty.
An even newer, even more improved configuration — still with 3 southbound lanes — is coming to I-95 this weekend.
In the meantime, lawmakers are looking for ways to better prevent wrong-way crashes.
Jake Arrieta carried a no-hit bid into the sixth inning, Kyle Schwarber drove in two runs and the Cubs brushed off a shutout to even the Ser…
Dr. Philip Thornton speaks to Eyewitness News about the rumor and how many teachers ended up calling out on Thursday.
The morning after the quakes, there remained no reports of serious injuries or signs of people trapped in rubble.
Pawtucket police said they seized marijuana, cocaine, packaging materials and a stolen gun from inside a Comstock Street apartment Tuesday.
Rhode Island is taking emergency action, to keep the supply of medical marijuana flowing to dispensaries.
More than 171 million Americans will celebrate Halloween, according to the National Retail Federation, spending nearly $83 per person.
“I want to make sure people can trust our elections and that includes the accuracy of our voter rolls,” said Secretary of State Nellie Gorbe…