Shannon Hegy will introduce you to a doctor performing an innovative new surgery for breast cancer patients right here in Rhode Island.
A political roundtable examines and analyzes the campaign 2016 season.
Is the controversial plan really saving taxpayers money? Target 12’s Tim White takes a closer look with new insight from both sides.
Eyewitness News is your source for the all the Election Day results, reaction, and analysis both on air and online.
A debate between the two candidates running for state representative in Cranston’s district 15.
What safeguards are in place against voter fraud this election? Eyewitness News reveals what you need to know before you cast your ballot.
A contractor continues doing jobs despite having his registration suspended. Learn how RI is protecting you tonight on Eyewitness News.
State party leaders breakdown local and national races.
Eyewitness News anchor Kelly Sullivan finds out what the state is doing to combat its growing tick problem.
The start time has been changed to 7 p.m. and Fox will begin its coverage with their World Series Pregame show at 6:30 p.m.
Target 12’s Tim White looks into whether new technology is slamming the brakes on these reckless drivers and keeping children safe.
In a lively debate, Cranston Mayoral candidates Allan Fung and Michael Sepe debate the issues.
Walt Buteau joins scientists as they search for great white sharks and our cameras capture one of the rarest, most important catches ever.
Nearly 700 dams protect Rhode Island from flooding catastrophes, but Target 12 has learned many of them have been deemed unsafe.
A debate between two candidates for state representative of House District 52, North Kingstown.
A local laboratory’s work has direct ties to fighting the war on terror. Walt Buteau gains exclusive access tonight on Eyewitness News.
Attendance is shrinking at McCoy Stadium. So – what are the PawSox doing to turn things around? Target 12’s Tim White investigates.
Education Commissioner Ken Wagner on PARCC results, charter schools and more.
Consumer Investigator Susan Campbell shows you some simple steps you can take to prevent fires tonight on Eyewitness News.
The family of a late businessman says they’ve been waiting for decades on a small fortune they’re owed. Walt Buteau uncovers new details.
Treasurer Seth Magaziner and why the state is pulling back from investing in hedge funds.
Are those RIDOT signs detailing road projects telling the whole story? Tim White gets answers tonight on Eyewitness News starting at 5.
You can interact with our expert panel as the debate unfolds in real time.
Infrastructure bank chairwoman Merrill Sherman and a preview of the presidential debate.
A driver’s nightmare: You’re on the road, and suddenly there’s a pile of debris in front of you. Tonight, what you can do to steer clear.