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Past articles by Rosie:

Vinny Paz wanted for questioning in Providence assault

When they arrived on the scene, Nathaniel Lavoie, 34, told police he was assaulted by his friend, and well-known Rhode Island boxer, Vincenzo Pazienza. → Read More

Tips to avoid car trouble during freezing weather

With proper maintenance and preparation, drivers can be prepared for freezing temperatures. → Read More

Lawsuit alleges sunken fishing boat was ‘unseaworthy’

The $1.5 million lawsuit alleges the ship was not seaworthy. → Read More

Black Friday bargains draw big crowds in Warwick

Black Friday shopping is in full swing Friday. → Read More

After losing 465 pounds, couple gains 6 pounds of joy

PROVIDENCE, R.I. (WPRI) — After seven Thanksgivings as a married couple, Sindia and Luis Hernandez have something to be truly thankful for this year. The couple is now a family of three, and said it wouldn’t have happened without Lifespan’s Center for Bariatric Surgery. Eyewitness News reporter Rosie Woods has their story in the above video. → Read More

Cranston East closed as air quality tests are conducted

About 40 students and staff reported feeling symptoms of carbon monoxide exposure on Thursday afternoon. → Read More

Rhode Islanders discuss sexual harassment and assault with #MeToo campaign

As thousands have started sharing on social media how they have been sexually harassed or assaulted, Rhode Island’s Day One organization is encouraged by the dialogue. → Read More

One person hospitalized following Taunton shooting

The victim’s condition is not known at this time. → Read More

RIDOT Director: Information from toll gantries will not be touched

Some drivers are concerned about privacy protection when it comes to the new truck toll program. → Read More

Report: Driver charged with hitting boy outside Fall River store

The boy was struck Sunday evening outside the Burlington Coat Factory on Mariano Bishop Boulevard, according to police. → Read More

Unnecessary roughness: Surfers, beachgoers warned of rip currents

Lifeguards at Narragansett Town Beach closed the water to swimming due to the rough surf Wednesday afternoon. → Read More

CCRI: Enrollment jumps at least 15% after free-tuition offer

Earlier this month, CCRI’s Vice President of Student Affairs Sara Enright predicted the college would see a “20% boost” in enrollment. → Read More

Buyer’s odd behavior prompts safety warning to local realtors

The Realtor Association of Southeastern Massachusetts is warning its members after a case of strange behavior in a potential buyer. → Read More

Expert: Pharmacy helps combat Lyme disease, doctors not required

Green Line Apothecary, located in Wakefield, became the first pharmacy in the country to offer 200 milligram doses of doxycycline without a doctor’s note. → Read More

2 more RI DMV offices back open amid statewide computer upgrade

Woonsocket and Middletown join the system where you must sign up online for a reservation slot. → Read More

New Bedford fire forces 19 from their homes

The Red Cross responded to the scene to provide aid for 14 adults and five children in ten different families. → Read More

RI DMV officially reopens, some arrive early for their reservations

Customers arriving at DMV offices should either print out a confirmation of their reservation with a bar code, or have it available on their phone. → Read More

RI DMV to reopen Wednesday, reservations required until July 18

“We ask that if you don’t have a reservation that you don’t come in,” Hull said. → Read More

Free sunscreen being offered at Narragansett Town Beach

The dispensers will be stocked through Labor Day. → Read More

Police warn parents about dangers of Snapchat feature

Snapchat added what’s known as “snap map,” which allows users to see the location of everyone on their friends list. → Read More