Target 12 has learned Providence police completed an audit of their evidence locker, and now suspect there’s more missing than just a diamond ring that was allegedly taken by a veteran officer.
The skyrocketing prices will likely strain family budgets, and businesses that use a lot of power are bracing for an even bigger bill.
For several minutes, several dozen people at the Warwick airport caught a memorable brush with history.
Angel Camacho, 39, is facing numerous charges after police seized heroin, crack cocaine, and a semi-automatic firearm from his Jackson Street home.
President Barack Obama spoke at Rhode Island College on Friday about the economy and women in the workforce, and someone aiming to represent the latter was exhilarated to be able to introduce him.
The president delivered a speech at RIC on Friday, but before he left Rhode Island – he made sure to grab a quick bite and some dessert.
Children of all ages celebrated at the annual event on Friday, along with Eyewitness News anchors and Cardi’s Furniture.
Meteorologists are predicting strong winds for the weekend, so what does that mean for your Halloween decorations?
A Scituate seventh grader is building her business back up in the wake of a tragedy.
Ex-Red Sox pitcher Curt Schilling has failed to show up for an administrative hearing into alleged lobbying violations related to 38 Studios, resulting in the hearing officer declaring him in “default.”
Four lawmakers are calling for the resignation of the Coventry Fire District’s chief in the wake of Target 12 undercover investigation.
The pink hard hat campaign, where the company gives employees pink hard hats to wear in exchange for a $20 donation to the American Cancer Society, has grown from $3,600 to more than $100,000 in the past year.
Braulio Moya, 37, was arrested this week following a drug bust on Belleville Avenue.
Democrat Dan McKee and Republican Catherine Taylor sparred over how to improve Rhode Island’s second-highest office.
A debate between the leading candidates for lieutenant governor: Democrat Dan McKee and Republican Catherine Taylor.
After his first trial ended in a mistrial, 33-year-old Matthew Gumkowski was sentenced to life in prison for the murder of Joseph Kilrow.