SafeStop sends alerts to parents, letting them know about any delays or changes to their child’s route.
Rhode Island is one of only three states that gives partial, paid time off to new parents or workers with sick family members.
Eyewitness News learned there are actually a lot of job openings in the state, and many don’t require advanced degrees.
When predicting the upcoming winter season we look at a number of factors, but by far the biggest is sea surface temperature.
A Patriots matchup with the Jets has the highest number of fan arrests and protective custodies on average than any other visiting team.
With technology unique to the Mass. department, the Silent Call Procedure was implemented in the mid-90’s.
Before you panic, there are things you can do to make sure your encounter with the officer is short and to the point.
There’s a nationwide push to make sure every deadly clash between police and civilians goes reported.
Eyewitness News went to the state’s top cop and a local community leader to find out what’s being done in Rhode Island.
A Johnston man’s records showed a litany of medical problems that weren’t his, and to make matters worse – he was billed for the hospital vi…
The industry’s explosive growth has caught the attention of Wall Street, but also drawn scrutiny from lawmakers and prosecutors throughout t…
Eyewitness News has learned the state missed the mark big time on a new tax of vacation home rentals in Rhode Island.
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.