Police say the stabbing suspect may live in the Quincy area.
After a few days in the 60s, more seasonable temperatures are expected Sunday.
Khaled Almilaji is stuck in Turkey, after his visa to the U.S. was revoked, and the travel ban delayed his process to reapply for a new visa…
Democrats have chosen former labor secretary Tom Perez as the chairman of the Democratic National Committee
One Financial Plaza, a 28-story tower located a stone’s throw from the Superman building downtown, was listed for sale this week.
The gathering was organized by a group that calls itself Resist Hate RI, and their primary goal is to push back against the new administrati…
Members of Rhode Island’s congressional delegation are rallying against Republicans’ promises to repeal and replace former President Barack …
A local teen who is beating cancer is now back on track with help from a nonprofit.
Two men went to Rhode Island Hospital following the shooting
Your weekly briefing on RI politics tackles Mattiello’s fight with Raimondo, local pols’ travel plans, Jack Reed’s Trump worries and more.
A man suspected of fleeing Connecticut with his daughter after killing the child’s mother is a citizen of El Salvador who had been deported …
The House speaker announced his plan to gradually eliminate the car tax while on the campaign trail last fall.
“I have heard from the citizens of the state and I understand they want the burdensome car tax eliminated,” the House speaker wrote.
One of the most iconic trophies in all of sports is made right here in Rhode Island. Now, only Eyewitness News takes you inside the factory …
Everything you need to know about The Great American Race, which airs Sunday at 2 p.m. on FOX Providence.
A Cape Cod toddler has died after struck by a pickup truck driven by a family acquaintance.
The change of U.S. administrations has produced a change of terminology in the war against the Islamic State group.
The fire department has had to clean the area up twice.
“We’re pushing very hard to get to the facts – all the facts,” U.S. Sen. Jack Reed said during this week’s taping of Newsmakers.
A spokesperson for the agency says the agency gets 15,000 phone calls about suspected child abuse every year.