With the holidays right around the corner, many travelers will be taking to the skies – but experts say there are a few key things every flier should be aware of to ensure the smoothest trip possible.
Eyewitness News has learned a grand jury handed up charges against Father Barry Meehan this week.
Katherine Coughlin has outlived most of her family and friends, but still has plenty of admirers.
Now that the leak is fixed, RIPTA and engineering specialists will re-inspect the Hope Street RIPTA tunnel to check its structural integrity.
The city of Providence paying to spy on its own employees. Is it work or just wasting your tax dollars? Tim White investigates Monday at 11 on Eyewitness News.
A Target 12 review found there have been 23 Law Enforcement Bill of Rights hearings in five years.
The program led to the deportation of 345 people, but Mayor Angel Taveras says it did more harm than good.
A few of the items collected by Transportation Security Administration officials from travelers at T.F. Green Airport.
Nursing assistant Eunice Xavier, 42, is accused of stealing $7,000 worth of jewelry from a 94-year-old Warwick woman she was hired to take care of.
Eyewitness News speaks with WIVB Meteorologist Todd Santos about the monster snowfall.
Daniel Lane, 47, was sentenced to 60 years with 22 years to serve and the remainder suspended with probation.
Students from a local university are putting in the effort to keep their classmates from going hungry.
Three people are facing charges after police said they witnessed them making a drug deal in New Bedford.
A former Woonsocket city official was terminated just two days after starting a new job for the town of North Providence.
Hundreds of needy Rhode Islanders will be a little warmer this winter thanks to the efforts of two Providence businesses and the generosity of their customers.
Even though no injuries have been reported in regards to the products recalled this week, the Consumer Product Safety Commission wants to inform the public in order to keep everyone safe.
The Massachusetts Gaming Commission announced that initial applications for the southeastern region, which is centered near Fall River and New Bedford, will be due Jan. 30, 2015.
The Supreme Judicial Court ruled that a lower court judge should not have allowed a secretly recorded prison confession to be admitted as evidence in the case against John Burgos.
A local woman will live out her dream and appear on “Wheel of Fortune” Friday night.
Rhode Island lawmakers are questioning National Grid’s plan to raise electric rates almost 24 percent in January.
Just two days after Eyewitness News revealed that a state-owned lot had become a dumping ground, crews cleaned up the property.
A report released Friday by the Connecticut Office of the Child Advocate describes missed opportunities to provide him more appropriate treatment.
Fall River Police are investigating a hit and run crash. It happened during an altercation on North Main St. Thursday around 10 p.m.