Eyewitness News is crunching the numbers on race and gender in the state police and learning about a new program from RI’s top cop.
Dept. of Revenue Director Robert Hull on state income tax returns, and the latest on the Carnevale residency saga with the head of Common Ca…
What should you do if you find yourself trapped in a terrifying situation? A safety expert shows us potentially life-saving moves.
State Rep. Brian Newberry, R-North Smithfield, explains why he no longer wants to be House Minority Leader, but still seeking reelection.
Lost at sea for 74 years, a local Army captain made the ultimate sacrifice to save his comrades. Now, this war hero is finally coming home.
Melissa Sardelli returned to Eyewitness News in April 2016 as the station’s Pinpoint Traffic reporter.
A discussion on local and national politics.
In all Eyewitness News newscasts this week, we’re looking at summer weather risks and how you can prepare, just in case.
Roberts offers updates on UHIP, opioids and more; Liz Boardman, John Howell and Tom Ward discuss big local headlines.
The Providence Police Mounted Unit is made up of four officers, five civilians, and eight horses.
With cities and towns cutting budgets, you might be surprised to learn how this special crime-fighting unit is still going strong.
The Republican National Committee’s chief strategist, a Rhode Island native, shares his take on Donald Trump and state politics.
Eyewitness News Anchor Shannon Hegy shows you what’s being done to combat sex assaults on local college campuses.
New Bedford’s new police chief on priorities for his administration and a state lawmaker breaks down the end of the RI legislative session.
The 18th annual CVS Health Charity Golf Classic tees off on June 26-28 at Rhode Island Country Club in Barrington.
In an exclusive interview, Mike Montecalvo speaks to the new director of Veterans Affairs about his plan to make sure no vet is forgotten.
Parents pay thousands to send a high school band to Disney, but Disney never got the money. You won’t believe where it ended up.
Commerce Secretary Stefan Pryor on ProvPort, tax incentives, GE and the Superman building.
Rosie Woods joined the Eyewitness News team in January 2016 as a video journalist.
It may be the strangest twist to a Target 12 undercover investigation yet. Does this Rhode Island lawmaker have something to hide?
Governor Gina Raimondo on GE, the budget and more.
Target 12 exposes ticket schemes that anyone could fall for and shows you the warning signs tonight on Eyewitness News starting live at 5.
Mike Montecalvo sits with the head of the Catholic Church in RI to discuss the challenges it faces and some possible changes in its future.
RI Secretary of State Nellie Gorbea discusses proposed new lobby laws in the wake of 38 Studios.
Lawmakers discuss Speaker Mattiello’s fight with The Journal; the commander of the R.I. National Guard on Memorial Day.