DEVELOPING // Seven people, some with serious injuries, have been transported to the hospital after a car struck a van carrying residents from a group home late Thursday morning.
DEVELOPING NEWS // Police are still searching for Francisco Diaz, 32, who is suspected of shooting a 54-year-old Providence woman Wednesday night.
Four private colleges in Rhode Island’s capital city have agreed to offer additional summer learning opportunities for dozens of Providence high school students beginning this summer
A truck accident reportedly took down several telephone poles, but most of the neighborhood saw their power restored within a few hours.
Cranston mayor wants to return to two separate boards of education for secondary education and the colleges.
Tonight at 11 // A bad night at the casino, ends with a lien on a man’s home. The Target 12 Investigators go digging through documents – uncovering liens on homes across the state for debts as low as $200. Hear why it could only get worse. Watch Bet the House, Tonight on Eyewitness News at 11 on WPRI 12.
The federal government wants to ban sales of electronic cigarettes to minors and require approval for new products and health warning labels under regulations being proposed by the Food and Drug Administration.
Postal workers in Providence are holding a protest outside of a local Staples location in response to the big box retailer’s plan to create postal service units staffed by Staples employees at more nationwide locations.
The pine tar on Michael Pineda’s neck was a stain for the New York Yankees.
One of the three men charged in connection with a murder that occurred last Christmas Eve is expected in court Thursday morning for a bail hearing.
A 49-year-old man was hospitalized after police said he was attacked at his Attleboro home Tuesday night.
Friends and family of Demetri Todd marched through Roger Williams Park, calling for an end to violence.
An Afghan security guard opened fire on a group of doctors at a Kabul hospital on Thursday morning, killing three American physicians and wounding a U.S. nurse, officials said.
The Woonsocket, R.I.-based manufacturer has received 22 reports of overheated and ruptured batteries, including incidents of smoke and minor property damage.
The state department charged with vetting companies that want to win a medical marijuana dispensary license says the process is ongoing, but offered no timeline for when it might be completed.