In December, Thomas Tobin is celebrating his 25th year as a bishop.
Doctors say staring down at your cell phone or tablet screen could cause serious, long-term pain.
“Don’t wake up on the day your child turns 21 and think ‘I can’t handle it anymore, I need to get them into adult placement,'” Claudia said.…
A loan officer at the Capital Good Fund in Providence has seen a spike in applications from citizenship applicants so far this year.
An average of 45 crashes occur at the intersection each year, according to RIDOT’s acting chief engineer, putting it in the top ten worst in…
Every year, members of The III% United Patriots travel hundreds of miles to volunteer to patrol the U.S.-Mexico border.
“Do I think it’s fair? Not for everybody, no,” said one member of the R.I. Vehicle Value Commission.
Don’t let a local area code fool you. Scammers can manipulate caller ID information with a practice called spoofing.
From the beginning, Target 12’s focus went beyond this one RIDOT employee. We wanted to know what he was supposed to be doing, and how his a…
Homeowner buys live feed camera system after rash of burglaries, leads to key bust on East Side.
A mother whose newborn died right next to her shares her story in hopes of preventing a similar tragedy.
Police are trying to crack down on human trafficking, an illicit industry that’s soon expected to outpace the drug trade.
Ten years after its passage, most street racing charges are dismissed or amended as part of a plea deal.
The evaluations are conducted in order to ensure that equipment and procedures used to count votes during an election worked properly.
Target 12 was given exclusive access to $500,000 worth of evidence seized in recent busts by Cranston Police.
Warwick’s school committee joined the group last year, voting to shorten February break from a full week to a long weekend.
Troopers have participated in the prestigious 26.2 mile race for the past 15 years and their hard work has paid off – they’ve raised tens of…
At the projected rate of sea level rise, URI oceanography professor Pamela Rubinoff says 13 square miles of Rhode Island would be underwater…
Here’s what you need to know if your vehicle is damaged in a construction zone and you plan to file a claim through RIDOT.
The historic home on the CCRI campus was used as the college president’s residence for a half century, but changes are in store.
“It’s really hard to admit the person you’re madly in love with is a monster,” said Charlotte.
Taking a look at some of the most dangerous roads and intersections in Rhode Island and talking to local police and state officials to see w…
Violent crime may be down, but police are finding more guns than ever.
Medical marijuana has been legal in RI for a decade, so we sought to find out why the state doesn’t require the drug to be tested.
The state police hired a consultant without putting the contract – valued at $225,000 – out to bid.