Block Island Restaurant week is celebrating the island's dining scene this weekend. It's a great opportunity to try different foods and experience those places
Celebrate Zoobilee – Feast with the Beasts on June 29, 2013 at 7pm at Roger Williams Park Zoo with Eyewitness Morning News Anchors, Patrick Little and Danielle
From money to donated supplies, southern New Englanders have joined the effort to help Oklahoma City recover from the recent tornado.
Rhode Show host Will Gilbert and "American Idol" finalist Erika Van Pelt will be on hand for this year's run/walk to benefit the Pancreatic Cancer Action
Massachusetts Gov. Deval Patrick and Boston Mayor Thomas Menino say donations to the One Fund Boston, benefiting victims of the Boston Marathon bombings, have
A recovery fund has been set up for one of victims of the Boston Marathon bombings who lives in Newport.
Members of several public safety unions are teaming up to offer a $50,000 reward for information leading to arrests in the Boston Marathon bombing.
Federal officials are urging anyone who needs crisis counseling in the aftermath of the explosions at the Boston Marathon to call a special hotline.
Ravi Tripathi stopped by the Eyewitness News set to give an update on the search for his missing brother, Sunil.
The first 1,000 fans coming to the Bruins' final game of the season against Norfolk will receive a FREE P Bruins team poster compliments of WPRI 12 and Fox
It's time to start thinking about Spring cleaning your smartphone and Call 12 for Action reporter Susan Hogan joins The Rhode Show with why this is so
Korean automakers Hyundai and Kia are recalling almost 1.9 million vehicles to fix problems with air bags and brake light switches.
U.S. Senator Jack Reed announced there is more than $3.1 million in unclaimed tax refunds waiting for 3,300 Rhode Islanders.
Problem Solver Susan Hogan stopped by the Rhode Show with some helpful tips on getting you and your family properly covered.
Brackie is an energetic dog looking for a new home.
The Newport Police Department is giving residents and visitors an early heads-up about traffic and parking problems they could encounter during this month's