A veteran’s words bring chills to some and changed the tone of protesters from the past.
Conservation and education are the goals of a local organization dedicated to keeping carnivorous plants alive and thriving.
These cousins prove to be a perfect, life-saving match.
Training to hike about 40 miles upwards for charity requires some creativity when you don’t live among mountains.
Flash mob workouts are popping up everywhere to help heal invisible wounds.
The 401 Film Fest has attracted films from all around the world.
A day many thought would never happen brings hero’s loved ones together again.
Real voices are giving Google a run for its ‘information.’
An aortic dissection nearly took Mia Cuozzo’s life, but she refused to give up on walking again.
If the war chest could talk, the search for its owner’s descendant might’ve gone faster.
Sharon Winbush held birthday celebrations for her daughter every year, but this time her only child will be there.
A Narragansett 18-year old created a computer application, and hopes it’s only beginning.
Donald Richardson has scaled the Newport bridge, witnessed the ravages of war and survived huricanes, but he’s not too worn out yet.
A scuba diver found the remains of a Rhode Island war hero who saved six lives, and the army proved no one is left behind.
Local bikers hit the road to help raise money and awareness about pediatric cancer and Dorian Murray’s father will lead the way.
A simple act of kindness offers a goodnight message to children who could really use a boost.
Abby has saved dozens of pets and helped reunite them with their owners.
A Cranston school project Eyewitness News profiled a few weeks ago on Street Stories, wins the opportunity to compete for national recogniti…
Carole Pratt thought her mother’s ashes were lost forever, but a stranger refused to let that happen.
500 bags of debris were removed to uncover the hallowed grounds of a historic cemetery.
If you ride the East Bay bike path, you know Frank DiPrete’s face. But his story goes beyond his generosity.
Road Warrior Rick Hart went from Rhode Island to San Diego, and learned more than he expected about the plight of veterans.
Al Albrektson is still teaching and learning about a craft that’s been part of his life forever.
“When I’m in the dress, I feel more beautiful,” she said. “It’s a really, really special feeling. I feel her spirit is with me.”
A Cranston teacher implemented the Project Citizen unit to help children learn how influence public policy.