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.
These two Rhode Island sailors are nipping at the sails of the leader in the race to the 2016 Paralympics.
The story by reporter Walt Buteau and photographer John Villella aired last June, profiling Eric Birnie who at birth went eight minutes with…
Dorian Murray’s words are part of Leaving A Mark, a book for kids facing the fight Dorian fought.
A Providence native hopes to fund a dream with the taste of politics.
Mikey Marfeo never got to play on the playground, but his memory kept it alive.
The Safe and the Serious campaign aims bright graphics at potentially deadly problem.
Raising Matty Christian takes you through the life of a local man whose 25 years of life had an impact far beyond time.
“They don’t live in our state,” Avah said. “But if you give them water they could stay healthy.”
Dorian Murray left us after four years of fighting cancer as hard as he could.
It went from Pawtucket to France – and then this historic military trunk came back to Rhode Island.
A valentine is wrapped in a birthday wish, but there’s a twist you might not expect.
“In the end everything, and I do mean everything – will be just fine,” Kane said. “Nicky wrote that.”
Rick Hart has now biked about 1,400 miles for homeless veterans, and as you would guess it hasn’t been easy.
Rock Steady uses boxing training to punch out Parkinson’s and help patients regain their independence.