Consumer Reporter Susan Hogan sheds light on a popular trend in newer car models, the keyless ignition feature.
A class action lawsuit filed against ten car manufacturers claims keyless ignitions can be deadly, and drivers need to be warned.
The FDA says one scoop is roughly the equivalent to the amount of caffeine in 28 cups of coffee, or 79 cans of soda.
Stacie Desantis Dorego was murdered by her common-law husband, Donald Greenslit, in one of the most tragic crimes in recent memory. Now, her…
Despite the increasing cost of higher education, millions of dollars in scholarships go unused year after year.
A five-person team at the Dept. of Labor and Training examines workers’ comp fraud allegations.
The cost of workers’ comp claims by state employees has increased 30 percent in five years.
More than a dozen bodies have been removed from the condemned Roger Williams Park Mausoleum.
Today’s fakes are sophisticated pieces of plastic bought from online counterfeiters, designed to look, feel and even scan like the real thin…
Providence police say some dealers are grossing $20,000 a day pushing heroin in every neighborhood.
The poor state of Rhode Island’s infrastructure has landed the state at the bottom of national rankings for years now.
A Target 12 Investigation inspired big changes at the crumbling Roger Williams Park Mausoleum.
Four residents are among a group of 100 ordinary citizens participating in the Mars One Project.
Fewer than 25% of the General Assembly was willing to release their campaign bank statements.
Making transactions online can be quick and easy, but if you have to meet a stranger in person, the deal can also be dangerous.
The cameras – which then-Mayor David Cicilline projected would bring in $2 million in revenue – actually lost the city money last year.
There are approximately 1.1 million cars on the road in Rhode Island and Massachusetts right now with unfixed recalls.
According to FBI Director James Comey, the number of homegrown, violent extremists is on the rise.
It’s called a “standard offer billing adjustment,” and it’s making people furious.
The head of the Massachusetts’ Archives weighs in on the dire situation Rhode Island records are in.
The Rhode Island State Archives are located in a rented building that is prone to flooding.
More schools are hosting parties to keep watch over prom-goers from sundown to sunup.
The program gives four weeks of partial paid time off to workers bonding with a new, adopted or foster child.
RI drivers are required to change lanes, or at least slow down, when an emergency worker is in the breakdown lane with their lights on.
Child pornography is bought, sold and traded but a task force is tracking down more suspects than ever.