Students across the country on Wednesday left class for 17 minutes, one for each victim killed in the Florida school shooting last month.
The findings come as state Rep. Teresa Tanzi moves to form a legislative commission that will look at state law on the issue.
The survey of 419 registered Rhode Island voters was conducted last week.
“I think the governor’s race is very fluid at this time,” said Eyewitness News political analyst Joe Fleming, who conducted the poll.
The survey – including an early look at the 2018 governor’s race – is set to be released on Monday at 5 p.m.
Providence, Warwick, West Warwick, Cranston, North Kingstown, Central Falls and Exeter are all home to licensed growers.
Target 12 obtained recordings of a tenant called Providence Police seeking help, and predicting a fire, five days before a fatal blaze.
Over the past couple of decades, Southern New Englanders witnessed the near-collapse of several malls.
“What the insurance companies have been able to do, legitimately and legally under the current law, is to increase co-pays and co-shares and…
It felt like someone had punched us in the stomach when the doctors delivered the news – Carter had E. coli bacterial meningitis.
Eyewitness News anchor Shannon Hegy received help from several organizations while her infant son Carter battled bacterial meningitis.
It’s now been 40 years since the infamous blizzard, and to this day it continues to be the benchmark of all Southern New England snowstorms.
A study by the Institute for Justice says Rhode Island has the 10th most burdensome regulations in the country.
Many people think heart disease mostly affects men. But according to the Centers for Disease Control, that assumption could be deadly.
“They like, leave class and go to the bathroom and do it there,” sophomore Makayla Soares said. “Or they’ll just pull it out in class and va…
“I felt helpless as a mother,” she said. “I felt like had I been taught or had I been empowered with the knowledge of what to do, I could ha…
The mother of a slain journalist talks about U.S. hostage policy and what she said to President Obama after her son’s killing.
Eyewitness News anchor Danielle North sat down with the Democratic governor for a wide-ranging interview at the State House.
The group takes kids from a sometimes tough environment and trains them over several months to hike the Grand Canyon.
An emotional look back from three people who are working to make sure that the 40-year-old tragedy is never forgotten.
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.