As a result of our Target 12 Investigation, the City of Cranston is taking unprecedented action by trying to match up those deceased with li…
A collection of fun upcoming events that are happening in our community.
Massive amounts of military gear deployed to local police departments. It’s supposed to protect you – but there’s a controversy over this wa…
Transit agency said passengers on all RIPTA lines should expect delays Thursday and Friday.
This week, another must-see Target 12 government waste investigation. At local fire chief under fire. Watch “Where’s the Chief?” tonight on …
The CDC has compiled a list of their most asked questions concerning Ebola and are answering them through a special Q&A.
The Boy Scouts’ annual food drive helps support the Rhode Island Community Bank.
Lyme disease is on the rise in Southern New England. Tonight at 11, find out why there could be more cases this fall and how to protect your…
Two brothers who both lost limbs in the Boston Marathon bombings have lent a helping hand to a boy who lost his leg in a boating accident.
Information about the potentially deadly Ebola virus, including symptoms, how it’s spread and prevention.
Coverage of Chargers/Broncos game to begin on WPRI 12 at 7:30 p.m. tonight. Jeopardy will air at 10 p.m. on myRITV.
Dennehy explained that enterovirus is nothing new, but the D68 strain is different because of the respiratory symptoms it causes in some of …
The vehicle you’re driving could play a part in how often you get pulled over by police, according to a new study. Is yours on the list?
Answers to common questions about the rare illness enterovirus D68, including symptoms and when you should see a doctor.
With 1.5 million visitors, a few people are bound to lose something at the Eastern States Exposition.
People who want to vote in the Nov. 4 election only have a few more days to register, if they haven’t done so yet.
Tune in Wednesday to Eyewitness News This Morning to see how prospective voters feel about Buddy Cianci’s past.
Information about non-polio enterovirus from the Centers for Disease Control
You can now let your fingers do the clicking to report a pothole in Woonsocket.
The National Weather Service has issued air quality alerts for northern parts of the state for Wednesday.
Tune in Tuesday, Sept. 2 at 7 p.m. as Eyewitness News and The Providence Journal host a live debate between Ken Block and Allan Fung.
Vital information about backover accidents, who’s most at risk, and how to prevent a tragedy.
Before your child heads to the bus stop, be sure to check the bus schedule for his school.
The Rhode Island secretary of state’s office has unveiled a new application, designed to assist voters from mobile devices such as cellphone…
From immunization requirements to school supply saving tips and quick meal ideas – everything you need for the start of the new school year.