The House speaker announced his plan to gradually eliminate the car tax while on the campaign trail last fall.
Customers tell Target 12 they paid thousands of dollars for vehicles they never received.
The White House press secretary, a Barrington native, opened up during a one-on-one interview with Eyewitness News in the West Wing.
“We’re definitely not the first to be doing this, but we’re the first to be accepted in doing it,” said East Providence firefighter Katie Mo…
The state alone paid out close to $4 million in accrued sick time payouts to retirees over the past three years.
All New Englanders know winter can get messy in a hurry. When a big storm hits, knowing when the next plow will come down your street could …
A former inmate who served part of his sentence with Gordon Fox talks about the former House speaker’s life at Canaan federal prison.
RIDOT has rolled out attention-grabbing slogans on their electronic signs to try and drive home the dangers of drunk and distracted driving.
Transplants are becoming a more successful and viable option. However, the donor list hasn’t grown along with the waiting list.
Relocation claims to the fund were up dramatically in 2016. So, what’s driving the increase?
After eight years of a very eco-focused Obama administration, solar power is just one of the renewable energy resources that’s seen a recent…
Communities statewide are seeing an uptick in thefts from parked cars.
URI’s vice provost of enrollment management was adamant higher tuition paid by out-of-state students is not part of the school’s decision pr…
A trio of bills designed to crack down on drunk driving have died in committee for six straight years.
Scammers often build sites that use stolen photos and content from reputable breeders.
The pickup truck was rejected by the state’s Safety and Emission Control just five weeks after the dealer said it passed inspection.
Rhode Island’s car tax is one of the most despised fees in the state, and now House Speaker Nicholas Mattiello says he’s going to get rid of…
State and local police are trying to combat a disturbing new trend of drugged driving by adding drug recognition experts.
Target 12 gets an inside look at how the medical examiners office identifies human remains that have been underground for decades.
State police audio recordings give inside look at investigation into Federal Hill murder from 1978.
In 2015, the city did 1,030 inspections, and the number of violations more than doubled to 7,545.
“My favorite visit with patients is when they come in and say, ‘Dr. Gass, I just had my mammogram and the radiology tech couldn’t find my sc…
Five years after the landmark pension reform law went into effect, labor leaders say they may want to revisit it with lawmakers.
Seeking to allay any concerns about the security of next week’s election, the Rhode Island Secretary of State’s office said it has equipped …
He denies any wrongdoing in this case, but Target 12 has obtained a stack of evidence from the state that shows otherwise.