A local road, in really rough shape. Neighbors say even emergency vehicles won’t travel it. Now, Target 12 is investigating.
Wouldn’t it be great to know exactly when your child’s school bus will arrive – especially with winter coming? Now there’s an app for that.
The Target 12 Investigators uncover how much one bridge in Cranston has cost you tonight on Eyewitness News live at 5.
Two lawmakers have a heated exchange on the question of allowing Syrian refugees into Rhode Island.
Rhode Island still has the highest unemployment rate in the region. But, while you may think no one’s hiring, we found some who are.
Kim Kalunian joined the WPRI 12 and Fox Providence team in November 2015. As a native Rhode Islander, Kim is thrilled to be able to cover th…
On any given Sunday, Gillette Stadium is packed with nearly 70,000 fans. With all the people – which match ups cause the most headaches for …
Mayor Don Grebien, D-Pawtucket, discusses the latest on the PawSox.
Clashes between police and private citizens playing out across the country and even here at home. So, what’s being done to keep our communit…
You’ve seen the ads – making money on fantasy sports. And some fans are winning millions. But is it gambling? And how is it legal?
Dr. Nicole Alexander Scott of the Dept. of Health and Maria Montanaro from the Dept. of Behavioral Health on overdose deaths in RI.
A keyless ignition is convenient and easy. But, the Target 12 Investigators have learned it can be dangerous – even deadly.
How a victim’s sister is calling for change to help others. See the exclusive interview tonight on WPRI 12.
Michael Sepe is looking to unseat Cranston Mayor Allan Fung
Tim White dives deeper into the state’s workers’ comp program, and what’s being done to reverse the increase in claims.
Governor Raimondo on education spending, tolling truckers and a 38 Studios investigation.
Commissioner Wagner weighs in on standardized tests, charter schools and other education policies
RIEMA Dir. Peter Gaynor discusses hurricane tracking, and a reporter’s roundtable on 38 Studios.
Pope Francis’ historic trip to America has come to an end, but for millions the memories will last a lifetime.
A recent change to firefighter schedules has led to a lawsuit against the city.
Pope Francis is coming to the United States and Eyewitness News will be there for his historic visit.
Gov. Raimondo’s chief of staff on PawSox, tolls and 38 Studios.
Congressman David Cicilline on Iran, Hillary Clinton and more.
The head of the state’s emergency management agency discusses the 2015 hurricane season.
We’re learning new details on a brutal mob murder that went down on the streets of Providence more than two decades ago.