Home security cameras are a popular way to keep watch on your home or business. But, you may not be the only one watching.
Target 12 Investigator Walt Buteau uncovers a shocking and heartbreaking result of the opiate epidemic.
Target 12 Investigator Tim White uncovers why a teacher fired for offensive behavior in 2006 was back on the payroll in 2015.
Mayor Elorza reacts to a bleak economic study on Providence.
Steph Machado joined the Eyewitness News team in June 2015 as a video journalist.
Shannon Hegy reveals how some local police and fire departments are going high-tech to solve crimes and protect the public.
Wagner discusses his proposed “empowerment schools” and other public policy issues.
We’re taking numerous complaints about HealthSource RI right to the source, trying to get answers for you.
An elected official accused of threatening a local man’s business. Walt Buteau uncovers the exclusive details Monday on Eyewitness News.
Col. Clements discusses the state of the Providence Police Dept., and a proponent of legalizing pot makes the case for a pending bill.
An in-depth look at the upcoming 6-10 Connector project – revealing the potential plans, how it’ll affect drivers and how much it’ll cost yo…
Target 12 gives you an exclusive look inside the Cranston Street Armory, uncovering why it’s costing you and what its future holds.
The mayor discusses his 2016 reelection bid, the latest news in the city, and the rise of Donald Trump.
Susan Campbell shows you the steps you can take to make sure the tires you’re buying are new, safe, and won’t fall apart.
A bill banning cellphones while driving and the week in news with a reporter’s roundtable.
Find out if a multi-million dollar program is really helping to build Rhode Island’s economy.
The Chairman of the Pawtucket Red Sox and former CEO of the Boston club discusses the future of the team and sport.
Two Massachusetts political experts break down the state’s upcoming primary.
Target 12 reviewed court records and discovered the owner of the company, Alan Meisler, filed for Chapter 7 bankruptcy late last month.
A man spends $1,800 on fuel for the winter, but the company goes belly up. How do you keep this from happening to you?
Congressman Cicilline weighs in on the iPhone debate, Justice Scalia and tolls.
We all know the dangers of driving under the influence. But, are Rhode Island laws doing enough to stop the problem?
An imprisoned child molester has a profile on a dating website. Tim White finds out how tonight after the Grammys on WPRI 12.
The case for and against Governor Raimondo’s RhodeWorks proposal, with Ocean State Job Lot’s CEO and the state commerce secretary.
Before hitting the hill, make your outing safe and enjoyable with these important reminders.