The casino operators recently purchased Newport Grand and are now looking to move the gambling hall to a parcel of land on the north side of…
Rhode Island’s “Move Over” law is meant to keep emergency workers, and those they’re helping, safe. But is it working?
The Target 12 Investigators have been recognized for their months-long undercover investigation into the chief of the Coventry Fire District…
The new treasurer discusses the pension settlement and his infrastructure bank proposal; plus, a reporters’ roundtable.
Newsmakers explores proposed changes to Medicaid and Lincoln Chafee’s presidential aspirations.
For some, starting a family can be costly. Now, many are turning to strangers for help – and cash. We take a closer look at this growing tre…
The Providence Children’s Museum’ Annual Gala will be held May 2 from 7 p.m. until 10 p.m. at the Pawtucket Armory, located at 172 Exchange …
The Autism Project provides support to those involved in the lives of children with Autism Spectrum disorders.
The executive director of Rhode Island’s largest teachers’ union discusses why he backed the proposed pension settlement.
The former Supreme Court justice and the Common Cause chief discuss the secrecy surrounding a proposal to settle the pension lawsuit.
The two lawmakers weigh in on the proposed pension settlement, Governor Raimondo’s budget, PARCC, PawSox and more.
“The growth in this February book shows that more viewers are counting on Eyewitness News for their local news and severe weather coverage,”…
The governor discusses her new $8.6-billion budget proposal, as well as the PawSox, Gordon Fox, PARCC, pensions and more.
CBS’s Big Brother is searching the country for people from all walks of life.
Newsmakers examined the case against former House Speaker Gordon Fox.
The team’s new co-owner talks about their proposal to build a new minor-league ballpark in downtown Providence.