THE OPIOID CRISIS: Kristen's Law 7 months later
THE OPIOID CRISIS: Kristen's Law 7 months later

It's been 7 months since Governor Raimondo signed Kristen's Law, putting life in prison on the table for drug dealers who provide a deadly overdose.

Chloe Leshner
Friend, classmate remembers URI student who died over the weekend
Friend, classmate remembers URI student who died over the weekend

Tyler Fritz remembers the last time he saw his friend and classmate Dominique Franco.

Alana Cerrone
Beach fees to increase
Beach fees to increase

With snow on the ground many people are probably dreaming about warmer weather.

Chloe Leshner
Hockey rivals come together for a good cause
Hockey rivals come together for a good cause

PORTSMOUTH, R.I. (WLNE) – If you asked a Portsmouth Patriot or an RMR hockey player what they think of the other team, they might tell you this; "Oh yeah they're definitely our rivals" Portsmouth High Schools Max Dooley tells ABC6 News.

Ross Perry
Former Camp Yawgoog employee speaks out after ex-scout leader arrested
Former Camp Yawgoog employee speaks out after ex-scout leader arrested

The arrest of former Boy Scout leader James Glawson for sexual assault has those who knew him feeling shocked.

Amanda Pitts
Police investigating sudden death of a URI student: Campus providing counseling
Police investigating sudden death of a URI student: Campus providing counseling

Authorities are currently investigating a death at the University of Rhode Island that happened Saturday morning. 

Police investigating a shooting in Central Falls
Police investigating a shooting in Central Falls

Central Falls police are currently investigating a shooting that happened in the area of 791 Lonsdale Avenue, at 9:44 pm last night. 

Dozens protest national emergency declaration at the State House
Dozens protest national emergency declaration at the State House

Dozens came together at the State House Saturday afternoon to speak out against the national emergency President Trump declared on Friday to fund the border wall.

Amanda Pitts
UPDATE: Late night stabbing sends one man to the hospital
UPDATE: Late night stabbing sends one man to the hospital

Police are currently looking for a suspect who was involved in a Friday night stabbing.

Lawmaker proposes new tax on hookah and vaping products
Lawmaker proposes new tax on hookah and vaping products

A Rhode Island state senator has introduced a bill that would add a 1 percent tax on the sale of hookah and vaping products.

Fans and former players celebrate legendary hockey coach Bill Belisle
Fans and former players celebrate legendary hockey coach Bill Belisle

The winningest high school hockey coach in America is retiring.

Victim speaks about traumatic GPS tracking by E. Providence city worker, ex-boyfriend
Victim speaks about traumatic GPS tracking by E. Providence city worker, ex-boyfriend

A jealous ex-boyfriend teamed up with an East Providence city employee to get back at his ex.

Daniel Keith
Mardi Gras Auction to be Held Saturday
Mardi Gras Auction to be Held Saturday

Everything must go, and go it will, when auctioning begins Saturday at the closed–down Mardi Gras nightclub in Cranston.

Tim Studebaker
Plane struck by lightning during descent to T.F. Green
Plane struck by lightning during descent to T.F. Green

A Southwest Airlines flight was struck by lightning en route to T.F. Green Airport Friday.

Samuel Vaccaro
Exeter man arrested for sexual abuse of disabled teen
Exeter man arrested for sexual abuse of disabled teen

James Glawson, 74, of Exeter, has been arrested for sexually assaulting a disabled 18-year-old man, State Police said.

Samuel Vaccaro
RI delegation reacts to national emergency declaration
RI delegation reacts to national emergency declaration

The President is doubling down on his efforts for a border wall, declaring a national emergency.

Chloe Leshner
Legislation introduced to protect pets from domestic abuse
Legislation introduced to protect pets from domestic abuse

Two Rhode Island delegates have introduced legislation to protect pets in domestic protective orders.

Samuel Vaccaro
Payless could close stores, file for bankruptcy at end of the month
Payless could close stores, file for bankruptcy at end of the month

According to Reuters, Payless ShoeSource will soon be closing all of its stores.

Amanda Pitts
President Trump declares National Emergency over border wall funding
President Trump declares National Emergency over border wall funding

The Latest: Trump says he wants to protect the nation.

Officials to consider boosting security at City Hall
Officials to consider boosting security at City Hall

Providence officials are considering boosting security at City Hall, including adding metal detectors and closing some entrances to the public.

First responders save mother and baby in Cumberland house fire
First responders save mother and baby in Cumberland house fire

Cumberland Fire Department responded shortly after noon to a fire at a High Street Home.

MSP: 27-year-old New Bedford woman killed in Rt. 140 crash
MSP: 27-year-old New Bedford woman killed in Rt. 140 crash

A New Bedford woman has died following a crash on Rt. 140 in Taunton Thursday.

Hannah Dickison
Police respond to Providence stabbing
Police respond to Providence stabbing

Police are investigating after a man was stabbed on Tuxedo Avenue in Providence Thursday night.

Hannah Dickison
16-year-old arrested in murder of Fall River teenager
16-year-old arrested in murder of Fall River teenager

A 17-year old boy is dead and the person police think stabbed him is still on the loose tonight.

Chloe Leshner
Rhode Island governor calls for stronger gun control laws
Rhode Island governor calls for stronger gun control laws

Gov. Gina Raimondo has marked the anniversary of the deadly school shooting in Parkland, Florida, by calling for stronger gun control laws in Rhode Island.

Daniel Keith & John Krinjak

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