Ava’s parents believe their daughter’s story shows how important genetic testing is.
Three states, two couples, one shoe rack and long odds, all wrapped up in a lucky box.
His incredibly good concoction brings a healthy twist to a treat to help disabled children.
The ride started in Westerly and ended 4,000 miles away with a dip in the Pacific.
A young artist offers persistence and paint to repair an iconic store front.
Help never came for for the big yellow house and the Hectors who helped so many over they years.
Rhode Island college honored two of its own for their heroics a commendation from the college president.
The ruck has traveled the country to help veterans and their families.
The Steven K. Latimer 5k is now entering its sixth year.
Crash survivor’s father is hoping to at least say thank you to several Good Samaritans who stopped to help.
Decades before mechanical lifts made painting signs high above the sidewalk relatively safe, walldogs did the difficult work.
For nearly 20 years of Tuesdays, in a pub on Smith Street, talent reaches back into this neighborhood’s Irish roots.
The three charities are near and dear to this runner’s heart.
Both women knew about each other for decades, but couldn’t connect until now.
Hannah Wertens’ dreams took a step forward with a seventh inning stretch to remember.
Rose was about 11 hours old when she was abducted from her mother’s Women and Infants hospital room by a woman posing as a nurse.
The restaurant had a line of people out of their door all day, waiting to get inside and get an open table.
Longevity is in his family, but his fitness routine might also have something to do with his vibrant attitude.
A Rhode Island staple is rolling back its prices as a way to say thanks to its loyal customers.
Phalang-EASE Mittens have a unique opening that will fit on any hand, even if it’s gnarled by arthritis.
Brawl for It All puts actual enemies into the ring to diffuse would-be street fights.
A half dozen dropped ride offers led to a chance meeting.
Now WPRI 12’s chief photographer, Les Breault has seen – and captured – it all over the past four decades.
The Pisano fishing pier will be one of only two in the state that’s accessible to handicapped fishing.
The Monday night club has grown faster than expected but still has room for new players.