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.
“At 13 he killed my sister and at 15 he butchered an entire family,” Battey said. “I don’t believe any time in prison is going to stop him f…
Craig Price has shaved more than four years off his sentence through state’s “good time” program.
Digital odometers were supposed to make it hard for criminals to tamper with them, but thieves have apparently found a way to hack in.
In January, the U.S. Olympic Committee announced that Boston, a first-time contender, won the bid to host the 2024 games.
Computers from an ACI employee-only room are being analyzed by state police investigators to see if inmates used them.
Fr. Michael Najim expects there will be more men retiring from the priesthood in Rhode Island than being ordained into it.
The FAA says it receives more than two dozen reports every month from pilots who have spotted drones or model airplanes near their aircraft.
The FATS system may look like a video game, but it all about presenting police with real life scenarios they may face on the streets of RI.
Guardrails are meant to protect you in a car crash, but we’ve uncovered allegations that guardrail testing does not go far enough — and cou…
A local contractor alleges Matthew Marcotte was part of a group of five men who beat and robbed him 10 days before the fatal stabbing.
Too often cases of domestic violence end in homicide – and many times there were red flags that could have prevented it.
The FAA says it receives more than two dozen reports every month from pilots who have spotted drones near their aircraft.
In December, the state’s Office of Regulatory Reform released a report that found more than 250 rules that need to be changed or eliminated.
Businesses and state leaders agree; Rhode Island is over-regulated. But since an Eyewitness News report aired in November a lot has happened…
A Johnston woman claims police gave away her diamond ring to the wrong person after it was seized as evidence in a dispute with her ex-husba…
The new technology makes getting a copy of keys super easy. But just how easy? Eyewitness News puts it to the test.
Just like drunk driving, driving while high is 100% preventable – which is why the group Mothers Against Drunk Driving says they’ve changed …
With marijuana decriminalized and pot prescriptions allowed for medical reasons – it’s putting more impaired drivers on the road.
Eyewitness News Anchor Shannon Hegy hops in a rideshare for a first-hand look at one late-night transit option.