Rhode Island’s largest hospital networks – Lifespan and Care New England – have expanded eligibility to everyone else at their facilities, including board members, trustees, … Continue reading
In an interview you’ll only see on 12 News, Barrington native, and former White House Press Secretary, Sean Spicer said this is something he’s never … Continue reading
Tony’s Updated Forecast WPRI 12’s Pinpoint Doppler Weather service for Rhode Island and Southeastern Mass.
The head of the Providence Department of Public Works said he is going to hold the private trash company the city has a multimillion-dollar contract … Continue reading
The Rhode Island State House stood fortified Monday after a number of state troopers and military personnel set up a perimeter surrounding Smith Hill over … Continue reading
Dr. Laura Forman, Chief of Emergency Medicine at Kent Hospital, discusses whether a person can get COVID-19 more than once.
12 News Meteorologist Michelle Muscatello has the updated forecast for Monday, January 18, 2021 WPRI 12’s Pinpoint Doppler Weather service for Rhode Island and Southeastern … Continue reading
Massachusetts has announced its first identified case of the COVID-19 variant B.1.1.7, the same variant initially discovered in the United Kingdom.
The site officially opens on Monday with the hope of administering 300 doses per day, but Gov. Charlie Baker said he hopes the clinic will … Continue reading
Yianni Kourakis: Tom Brady is still enhancing his legacy at 43
First case of COVID-19 variant from UK confirmed in Mass.
Bryant earns road split, first win at St. Francis (Pa.) since 2013
President-elect Joe Biden spoke about his plan COVID-19 relief plan on Thursday, January 14.
LINCOLN, R.I. (WPRI) — Police have made an arrest in connection with the deaths of a husband and wife in Lincoln. Timothy McQuesten, 49, appeared … Continue reading
Getting a COVID-19 vaccine and casting your ballot for a local election may become a reality in Massachusetts.
The leaders of the state’s two largest police agencies were part of a conference call Wednesday with the director of the FBI, where the federal … Continue reading
Police give an update as they investigate two suspicious deaths at a Lincoln home
Gov. Gina Raimondo talked about how RI needs to "stay the course" during the COVID-19 pandemic. She spoke during a COVID-19 briefing on Wednesday, Jan. … Continue reading
After blowback from local lawmakers, the state is pulling the plug on a $76,000-a-week contract awarded to a consulting firm tasked with examining the operations … Continue reading
12 News Meteorologist Michelle Muscatello has the updated forecast for Thursday, January 14, 2021 WPRI 12’s Pinpoint Doppler Weather service for Rhode Island and Southeastern … Continue reading
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recently encouraged states to begin vaccinating everyone ages 65 and older, but Dr. Nicole Alexander-Scott said right … Continue reading
During December 14–23, 2020, monitoring by the Vaccine Adverse Event Reporting System detected 21 cases of anaphylaxis after administration of a reported 1,893,360 first doses … Continue reading
12 News Meteorologist Steven Matregrano takes a look back at the catastrophe that struck the Edgewood Yacht Club WPRI 12’s Pinpoint Doppler Weather service for … Continue reading
Speaker Nancy Pelosi signs article of impeachment against President Trump just passed by the House on Wednesday, Jan. 13.
Gov. Gina Raimondo is urging the Pawtucket School Committee to rethink their decision to keep most of the district’s students learning remotely for the remainder … Continue reading
Gov. Gina Raimondo on Wednesday pledged to remain in office until the “moment” she is confirmed by the U.S. Senate as President-elect Joe Biden’s commerce … Continue reading
Target 12 Investigator Tim White caught up with Gov. Gina Raimondo before going into and coming out of the COVID-19 briefing on Wednesday, Jan. 13.
Brown basketball making most of time as it sits out the 2020-21 season
After the Pawtucket School Committee voted to keep nearly all of the city’s students learning virtually for the remainder of the school year Tuesday night, … Continue reading
Dr. Phillip Chan said right now, the state is receiving 14,000 doses per week, allowing them to vaccinate approximately 1.5% of the population with each … Continue reading
Gov. Gina Raimondo and Lt. Gov. Dan McKee will hold a joint coronavirus briefing on Wednesday, marking their first public appearances in Rhode Island since … Continue reading
Kim Kalunian reports.
The Rhode Island Senate overwhelmingly passed a resolution Tuesday condemning last week’s violent attack on the U.S. Capitol and calling for the removal of President … Continue reading
The Pawtucket School Committee voted Tuesday night to keep nearly all of the city’s students learning virtually for the remainder of the school year, despite … Continue reading
State Health Director Dr. Nicole Alexander-Scott discusses monoclonal antibody treatment during a COVID-19 virtual briefing on Friday, Jan. 8.
As pressure mounts from state leaders and community groups to get students back into the classroom, the Pawtucket School Committee is set to discuss its … Continue reading
An internal FBI bulletin reportedly warned of armed protests being planned at all 50 state capitols next week, but the agency’s Boston office tells Target … Continue reading