The team’s new co-owner talks about their proposal to build a new minor-league ballpark in downtown Providence.
Target 12 Consumer Investigator Susan Hogan exposes an old trick with a new spin. See how crooks are cashing in.
The Target 12 Investigators reveal how the head of a public agency paid to help the needy hit the jackpot when he retired.
Lt. Gov. Dan McKee and Lincoln Town Administrator Joseph Almond discuss regionalization.
A New Bedford man has accumulated some 25,000 pieces of political history.
Rhode Island Education Commissioner Deborah Gist reflects on her six years as the state’s top school official.
At first glance, the first thing you notice about Patrick Kiely is how much he loves basketball.
The mayor talks about his 15 years running the city, the latest news about T.F. Green and the Apponaug project, and more.
Former Providence Mayor Joseph R. Paolino Jr. has again reached an agreement to buy Newport Grand, but only if a court ruling clears title t…
Christopher James admitted to police that he stabbed Terry Chiodo on a bus, but he insisted it was neither intentional nor planned.
The state Ethics Commission decides to hold a full hearing on complaint against a former state representative.
Newsmakers with Tim White: Paul Caranci in his first extended interview about life undercover with the FBI.
A piece of parchment could’ve ended up in the trash, but one woman took the steps to get it to someone who would appreciate its history.
Grebien talks about the future of the PawSox amid a possible ownership change as well as his city’s finances.
Enjoy the family fun in person or watch live on-air and online from 7 p.m. to 11 p.m. on WPRI 12 the 39th Annual Meeting Street Telethon.
Two members of Rhode Island’s delegation join Tim White and Ted Nesi on Newsmakers.