Meteorologist T.J. Del Santo breaks down the region’s next storm in his latest Pinpoint Weather Blog post.
Marisa Ciccone, 24, of Johnston, allegedly burst into a home on Byron Boulevard last August.
Supporters and opponents of abortion rights are gathering at the Statehouse as lawmakers weigh legislation to require abortion providers to show a woman an ultrasound of the fetus before performing the procedure.
CAMPAIGN 2014 // The Democratic candidate for governor would offer up to 2,000 Rhode Islanders specialized job training tailored to the needs of individual companies.
More than 100 employers attended the Sixth Annual Eyewitness News Job Fair on Tuesday.
East Greenwich Town Councilman Brad Bishop is due for arraignment March 21.
A Toyota Prius owned by former Olympic skater Michelle Kwan and reported stolen last month by Kwan and her husband, Rhode Island gubernatorial candidate Clay Pell, was briefly missing before.
The Rhode Island Public Transit Authority has announced that it will no longer provide free transportation on Air Quality Alert Days.
Kaitlin Roig-DeBellis created Classes 4 Classes, a local non-profit that allows classrooms to learn about kindness and empathy first hand.
A law going before a Rhode Island Senate committee would close a legal loophole and make it illegal to send sexually explicit images to minors online.
A Rhode Island-based company could face $29 million in fines, according to a new report.
Authorities in Middleborough say two people have been killed in a two-car head-on crash on Route 44.
Verizon is warning customers about a new scheme that is targeting local residents.
Former Celtics player and Fall River native Chris Herren is no stranger to addiction. In 2008 he worked to get sober, and now the local native has devoted his life to helping others on the road to recovery.