Consumer Investigator Susan Campbell digs deeper into the opioid epidemic – raising awareness about questionable treatment centers.
Stefan Pryor and Scott Jensen on the recent news that the state has finally recovered the jobs it lost from the Great Recession.
Tim White takes you to a local prison to get a firsthand look at a controversial plan to replace in-person visits with video chats.
Creators Marc Smerling and Zac Stuart-Pontier discuss their popular podcast and Providence.
CCRI’s leaders discusses the stalled free tuition plan and what’s next for Rhode Island’s only community college.
We take in-depth look at the potential threats summer can bring and show you how we track severe weather so you can prepare.
Summer Stars is coming back to The Rhode Show! Starting tonight, July 6 at 7 p.m., Michaela, Will and Brendan will kick off their celebratio…
More than 70 years after a war hero was killed overseas, his family is fighting to bring him home. Walt Buteau has their story.
The latest on the PawSox proposal with Senate Finance Chairman William Conley and Pawtucket Mayor Don Grebien.
A conceivable breakthrough in the way couples have children comes with a moral dilemma. Eyewitness News explores both sides of the debate.
The future of T.F. Green; plus, a look at the Frank Montanaro controversy and the new state budget.
Bishop Thomas Tobin sits down with Mike Montecalvo for a candid conversation as he reflects on the challenges, the controversies, the church…
Nineteen times was the charm for Billy Andrade, who Monday won the CVS Health Charity Classic for the first time since he began hosting the …
In a Target 12 exclusive, Tim White uncovers how many people are on the exclusion list and what put them there. Some reasons may surprise yo…
Two economists discuss the two sides of the car tax debate, plus a primer on Providence finances and politics.
Meet the players, learn more about CVS Health’s charity partners, and get a preview of Crave RI, a two-day food and beverage festival in dow…
Lawmakers from each side of the political aisle discuss priorities as the legislative session nears its end.
Eyewitness News anchor Patrick Little shows you how a family found help transitioning their autistic sons from adolescence to adulthood.
The speaker discusses his plan to eliminate the car tax, the state budget shortfall, the PawSox, the 2018 election and more.
The Coventry Republican discusses why he’s running against U.S. Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse in the 2018 election.
PARL said Phoebe came to the shelter a few weeks ago. And even though she’s 13 years old, she still loves to go for long walks.
Eyewitness News gives a glimpse at what separates the U.S. from Mexico, getting an exclusive look with a unique group of volunteers.
If you don’t agree with the value listed in your car tax bill, is it worth it to appeal? Tim White takes a closer look – and the results may…
PawSox Chairman Larry Lucchino discusses the team’s plan to build a new stadium in Pawtucket.
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