PROVIDENCE, R.I. (WPRI) — Fresh off its groundbreaking debut, Eyewitness News is preparing for its next 12 on 12 Digital Original – A Burning Controversy.
This month, Eyewitness News Anchor Caroline Goggin takes a closer look at what some say has the potential makings of the modern-day Agent Orange.
Could something overseas be to blame for the failing health of some U.S. service members? And what is a local organization doing to research a possible link?
Don’t miss 12 on 12: A Burning Controversy premiering tonight at 5 p.m. only on WPRI.com and the WPRI 12 News App.
Watch Now: Caroline Goggin previews a 12 on 12 Digital Original: A Burning Controversy
About 12 on 12
Eyewitness News is taking in-depth, investigative journalism to new heights. Once a month, 12 on 12 will go in-depth on a local high-interest topic. Twelve times a year exclusively on WPRI.com and our WPRI 12 News App.
Cold Case Cards: All In
12 on 12 debuted in July with Cold Case Cards: All In. In a series of in-depth reports, Eyewitness News Anchor Steve Nielsen explored statewide efforts to solve cold cases – some of them decades old.