Target 12 investigative reporter Tim White joined the Eyewitness News team in September 2006.
Tim is the recipient of two New England Emmy Awards for investigative reporting. In 2010, he was honored for a series of stories probing government waste in Rhode Island. In 2012, he won his second Emmy for his coverage of Providence's troubled pension system.
Tim's half-hour documentary on the 1975 Bonded Vault mob heist was also nominated for an Emmy. Tim and the Target 12 investigative team have also received several New England Associated Press Awards, including for their coverage of a drug ring in the Providence Police Department.
Tim is the executive producer and host of WPRI 12's long-running weekly current affairs program " Newsmakers." He has moderated many live candidate debates and plays a key role in the station's campaign coverage.
In 2013 The Washington Post selected him as one of the state's top political reporters.
Prior to joining Eyewitness News, Tim worked in the Boston television market, most recently as managing editor at WBZ-TV, the city's CBS affiliate. Tim received two Associated Press Awards for breaking news at WBZ and was also part of a team honored with several National Edward R. Murrow Awards, including for coverage of the 2006 New Hampshire floods and the tragic 1999 "Worcester Warehouse Fire" that claimed the lives of six firefighters. Tim also ran WBZ's award-winning political unit during his time as managing editor.
Tim serves on the board of directors for the New England First Amendment Coalition, a Boston-based group affiliated with Northeastern University's School of Journalism that aims to defend, promote and expand public access to government and the work it does.
Born in Newport, Tim graduated from the University of Massachusetts Amherst with a degree in communications. He and his wife live in Rhode Island with their two children. No stranger to the field of journalism, Tim is the son of the late Jack White, the Pulitzer Prize-winning investigative reporter.
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