Blizzard of 2015 is underway and we are collecting your photos from Rhode Island and Southeastern Massachusetts.
“I know everybody’s getting itchy – I hear it from my own family,” the governor said at a briefing.
Governor Gina Raimondo hopped into a state DOT plow truck early Tuesday to gain more perspective of the storm so that she could evaluate how…
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Corina Demeo won Tuesday’s Pic of the Day with this picture of Second Beach in Middletown.
What should have been a quiet night for Rhode Island State Police, turned out to be a busy one, as dozens of cars were towed overnight.
The U.S. Postal Service says it won’t be delivering mail to a large swath of the Northeast.
“This is a slower paced storm. It’s a longer period. When Nemo came, a lot of snow came at a very short amount of time.”
Eyewitness News got a glimpse inside the agency to see how all state officials are working together to get through this storm.
According to AAA, if you get trapped in your car, having some of these essentials could mean the difference between life and death.
If the lights go out during the storm, the Massachusetts fire marshal says people should take care not to make a bad situation worse.
A Providence ordinance dating back to 1914 says property owners could face a fine of $25 to $500.
Eyewitness News has a variety of digital resources to keep you informed and safe during the storm.
There has been an increase in state of emergency declarations over the last five years in Rhode Island.
A Harvard study found that weather-related school closures do not have a negative impact on student learning.
A collection of videos from the road as Blizzard 2015 bears down on the region.
All of the hospitals’ emergency departments will continue to provide care to all critically ill and injured patients.
Utility workers cannot go up in their bucket trucks safely if winds top 35 miles per hour.
The two malls will close Monday at 7 p.m., as state officials urge residents to get off the roads.
A statewide travel ban begins at midnight, but New Bedford Mayor Jon Mitchell warns to get off the roads well before then.
Twin River and Newport Grant plan to reopen Wednesday.
“If there’s any way you can not drive, don’t do it tonight,” Governor Raimondo told residents.
Contrary to what many people believe, it does not necessarily have to be warm to get thunder and lightning.
Erika Rock won Monday’s Pic of the Day with this picture of the snow in New Bedford.
Airline travelers are going nowhere fast because of the blizzard bearing down on the Northeast on Monday, and Tuesday doesn’t look much bett…