Target 12 Investigator Tim White uncovers a curveball that could end up costing taxpayers big time.
Several Rhode Island stores are affected by a nationwide fruit recall, according to the state health department.
High levels of harmful bacteria in runoff from storm water drains and local waste water treatment facilities may cause illness.
Several New Bedford beaches are closed today, July 17 due to a high level of bacteria.
Fireworks on the 4th of July — or the 3rd or the 5th — can be fun to watch. But health and safety officials want you to be mindful of the …
It’s now illegal for an employer or school to demand login information for social media accounts of a prospective employee or student in Rho…
East Providence, Narragansett, Jamestown, and Freetown will all hold their Fourth of July fireworks shows Sunday night.
Graco is recalling 1.9M infant car seats, bowing to demands from safety regulators, in what is now the largest seat recall in American histo…
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Millions of vehicles recalled globally for defective airbags manufactured by supplier Takata Corp. that could possibly explode.
The tournament, featuring 20 professionals from the PGA, LPGA and Champions tours, is underway at Rhode Island Country Club.
RI will receive $7.5 million in Superstorm Sandy funds for coastal restoration projects and to help prepare the state for future storms.
Eyewitness News and The Providence Journal have teamed up to present Campaign 2014: The Republican Gubernatorial Debate tonight on WPRI 12.
Eyewitness News and The Providence Journal have teamed up for the first televised debate of Campaign 2014 that is airing right now on WPRI.
RIDOT is closing the Plainfield Street on-ramp to Route 6 East starting Monday night in order to demolish the existing bridge.
From the governor’s race to 38 Studios, Eyewitness News and The Providence Journal are once again taking the pulse of Rhode Island voters.
MassDOT says it is closing and detouring a few streets overnight in the next few days for paving.
Office chairs, bed handles and smoke/carbon monoxide detectors are some of the items currently on the CPSC’s recall list.
The Winter Moth caterpillar is munching away at many Rhode Island trees, and the damage could eventually kill the trees.
Important information is you have one of the vehicles recalled by General Motors for an ignition default.
Luxury items taken by local law enforcement. Now, Target 12 Investigator Tim White tells you where it all goes. See how your stuff can becom…
Vital information for victims of abuse and those who love them from the Nat’l Coalition Against Domestic Violence and HelpGuide.org.
Mastery Martial Arts will hold the “Amazing Kick-a-Thon” on Saturday, May 10 at 10:30 a.m.
Providence has one of the highest unsolved murder rates in New England. So, what’s being done to solve these crimes? Watch Unsolved Murders …
Family Service of RI is offering parents some ideas on how to help young children cope with the shock of this weekend’s circus accident.