Two Rhode Island powerhouses have teamed up to design an intelligent robotic companion to help senior citizens, especially those with dement…
Nearly one in five high school students used e-cigarettes in 2015, according to the Rhode Island Department of Health.
Organizers stage a mock bedroom full of common household items that could be used to disguise drug, alcohol or other potentially dangerous b…
More than 1.600 government positions are on-hold by a little-known personnel rule, giving workers the right to return to their old jobs.
The Dec. 13, 1977 fire on the fourth floor of Aquinas Hall is one of the deadliest dorm fires in U.S. history.
Target 12 has uncovered serious violations at some establishments that specialize in manicures and pedicures.
In an exclusive interview, an inmate who served time with Craig Price said the admitted murderer stabbed him multiple times.
“Anyone can be vulnerable to this situation given the right opportunity,” FBI Special Agent Brooks Broadus told Eyewitness News.
Despite a growing economy, the number of people needing assistance from the Rhode Island Community Food Bank remains high.
Newly-released recordings show how much city leaders knew about the looming pension crisis.
Cardi Corporation has agreed to a second settlement with the federal government in connection with the IWAY railing system.
Bikers Against Child Abuse is geared toward helping children at the worst of times.
Residents can use website to report incidents that are non-violent, have no known suspects and have no physical evidence left at the scene.
PROVIDENCE, R.I. (WPRI) – More than one-third of emergency vehicles that faced a state-mandated inspection have been pulled off the road for…
Bubba Shelton says sports and support fueled his recovery after he was struck by a car on Newman Avenue in Pawtucket.
The barracks, built in the 1930s, was built on land donated by wealthy businessman and future Rhode Island governor William Vanerbilt.
Schools across the country are debating how to handle past-due lunch tabs.
U.S. District Judge William Smith argued there are “many, many horror stories” about defendants receiving sentences that were too harsh.
U.S. District Chief Judge William Smith insists the data from the sentencing commission does not indicate the state’s federal judges are len…
Vacuuming your house, mowing the lawn or taking a spin class, you could be doing damage to your hearing. But, there are some easy things you…
A widow and her son finally have answers as to what happened to New England mob associate accused of killing police chief.
A local developer insists cease and desist orders “have no teeth” in stopping the sale of insurance meant to protect the taxpayer.
“This crisis is very real in our country… and there are some people who are basically cashing in on it,” said the cousin of a man who over…
At first, Ann said she and her husband thought the baby of their family was a tomboy, but, Ann did her research and quickly realized that Sk…
Visitors to Bristol County jail in Massachusetts won’t step foot in building, they’ll be directed to trailer with videophones.