Strong winds and heavy rains will make roadways slick throughout the morning commute. Rain fell heavy overnight and strong winds knocked out power to almost 8,000 Rhode Islanders. Power has been restored to most National Grid customers but gusty winds will continue.
Police presence will once again be increased at area school after threats made for second time this month.
One person was killed and another was injured in the area of Fillmore Street late Wednesday morning.
“Today is a joyful day,” Ashoka Mukpo said in a statement. “I feel profoundly blessed to be alive.”
An incident in the Dallas area purportedly involving an off duty cop remains under investigation, as a trio of rookies is punished.
Jerimoth Hill in Foster stands at 812 feet above sea level and was owned by Brown University.
The government’s auto safety agency says that inflator mechanisms in the air bags can rupture, causing metal fragments to fly out when the bags are deployed.
After the dust settled, emails poured into the Eyewitness Newsroom from Democrats and Republicans, challenging what Fung and Raimondo claimed.
Democratic gubernatorial candidate Martha Coakley and Republican rival Charlie Baker sparred Wednesday over tax policy.
Two candidates for Lieutenant Governor, Dan McKee (D) and Catherine Taylor (R), joined Dan Yorke State of Mind on Wednesday, October 22nd.
After recovering from the virus, Ashoka Mukpo left Nebraska Medical Center on Oct. 22 and headed home to Rhode Island.
Cambridge resident Robel Phillipos is charged with lying to the FBI about the deadly bombing.
Massachusetts led the way in the annual ranking by the American Council for an Energy Efficient Economy, with Rhode Island and Vermont tied with Oregon in the No. 3 spot.
Richard Baccari and his company, Churchill & Banks, are charged with bribery and conspiracy for allegedly paying a $50,000 bribe to several councilmen to get approval for a zoning change to build a supermarket.
The attorney general’s office says 21 suspects from Rhode Island and Massachusetts face felony drug charges related to a cocaine-distribution ring.
Police say a pair of thieves are impersonating water workers to gain entry into people’s homes.
Cianci’s lawyers are trying to stop the group from running a negative commercial.
The employee was closing the store at the corner of Public Street and Gordon Avenue just before 10 p.m. when he was shot by a man in a black hoodie with a silver handgun.
Providence police believe the people the victim was with the night of the shooting may have been Justice Andrade’s intended targets.
The CDC has compiled a list of their most asked questions concerning Ebola and are answering them through a special Q&A.
Eyewitness News Analyst Lt. Gen. Reginald Centracchio stopped by the set Wednesday to discuss some of the day’s biggest stories.