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.
Despite Lyme disease far outpacing mosquito-borne illnesses, why does RI spend nearly eight times as much on mosquito abatement programs?
Providence has issued nearly 800 citations to drivers who ignore or don’t see the flashing red stop sign on the side of school buses.
While researchers catch and track great whites, the population of its favorite prey is out of control, according to some.
Target 12 has learned of the 668 dams in the state, 96 are classified as “high hazard,” where failure means people will likely die.
According to the U.S. Fire Administration, there are about 2,900 dryer fires across the U.S. each year.
Probate cases typically take months or maybe years, but settling the Mendes estate has been anything but typical.
The number of drivers cited for carrying unsecured cargo has more than doubled in Rhode Island over the last four years, Target 12 has learn…
More than 5 million Americans are living with Alzheimer’s, including 23,000 people in Rhode Island. Experts say that number will jump 40% by…
Motel owners are not required by state to tell customers if a sex offender is living in the establishment.
“I feel very strongly we have to keep our standards high,” Raimondo said.
From brand new schools to minor rehab projects, cities and towns across the state are seeking taxpayer support.
Supt. Kristen Stringfellow says dedicated teachers have paved the way for her district.
Experts say it’s best to hold off on letting your children get smartphones and there are alternatives for staying connected with them.
How much of a difference will an extra 30 minutes of sleep make for teenagers?
State leaders want to reward students who score high marks on a test or master a particular subject.
Superintendents identified the biggest strengths and challenges in their schools heading into the new year.
Spoiler alert: The vast majority of students still aren’t proficient in math or English.
The statistics about the dangers of thrill-seeking jumps are as uncharted as the locations.
According to the American Academy of Pediatrics, about 600 kids were sent to the emergency room for trampoline park-related injuries in 2010…
“We’re trying to use our own people to go out and diversify from the minority ranks, but also the female ranks.”
Kyle Rodriguez says he quit after 10 months because he wasn’t getting paid on time.
Always run from danger. Get yourself away from the shooter. But if that option fails – hide.
A scuba diver found the remains of a Rhode Island war hero who saved six lives, and the army proved no one is left behind.