Susan Campbell

Susan Campbell

Susan Campbell is the Call 12 for Action and Target 12 consumer investigator for WPRI 12 and Fox Providence. She joined the Eyewitness News Team in December 2011 as a video journalist.

She has covered several high profile stories for the station, including the Aaron Hernandez murder trial and the capture of Boston Bomber, Dzhokhar Tsarnaev. Her series of reports on the failed launch of Rhode Island’s $364 million benefits eligibility computer system prompted special legislative hearings and led to the resignations of several senior administrators.

Susan landed her first job in television news as a reporter and producer at WKTV in Utica, N.Y. Before making her move to the East Coast, Susan was also a health reporter and general assignment reporter at WFMJ in Youngstown, Ohio. There she was recognized by the Press Club of Cleveland and the Ohio Associated Press Broadcasters Association for her breaking news coverage of an armed robbery on Christmas Eve and a gas main break that forced the evacuation of dozens of toddlers from a local daycare.

Susan graduated cum laude from Syracuse University with bachelor’s degrees in broadcast journalism, political science and Spanish. As part of her undergraduate studies, she spent a semester abroad in Madrid, Spain.

If you have a story idea or news tip, you can reach Susan at  scampbell@wpri.com.

Latest Stories

  • Pic of the Day: November 13, 2018
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    Pic of the Day: November 13, 2018

    Tuesday's winner was submitted by James Pilkington of Cranston.

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  • Vox Mobile Announced Today That Its Board of Directors Has Appointed Monica Bruni as Chief Executive

    Vox Mobile Announced Today That Its Board of Directors Has Appointed Monica Bruni as Chief Executive

    CLEVELAND--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Nov 13, 2018--Monica Bruni succeeds Kris Snyder as Chief Executive Officer, who announced his resignation earlier this year. Kris founded Vox Mobile in 2006, which quickly ascended as a leader in the managed mobility services marketplace. As a frontrunner in the enterprise mobility movement, Kris strived to serve clients through a relentless pursuit of superior end user experience.

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  • Wall Street-Heavily Traded

    Wall Street-Heavily Traded

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  • UK, Irish media: Britain and EU reach draft Brexit deal; UK Cabinet to consider it at special meetin

    UK, Irish media: Britain and EU reach draft Brexit deal; UK Cabinet to consider it at special meetin

    LONDON (AP) - UK, Irish media: Britain and EU reach draft Brexit deal; UK Cabinet to consider it at special meeting.

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  • No accounting for these tastes: Artificial flavors a mystery

    No accounting for these tastes: Artificial flavors a mystery

    NEW YORK (AP) - Six artificial flavors are being ordered out of the food supply in a dispute over their safety, but good luck to anyone who wants to know which cookies, candies or drinks they're in. The dispute highlights the complex rules that govern what goes in our food, how much the public knows about it, and a mysterious class of ingredients that has evolved over decades largely outside of public view.

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  • Supreme Court to hear Virginia GOP's districting appeal
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    Supreme Court to hear Virginia GOP's districting appeal

    WASHINGTON (AP) - The Supreme Court agreed Tuesday to hear an appeal by Virginia Republicans who are trying to preserve state legislative districts that have been struck down by a lower court as racially discriminatory. The case involves 11 districts in the Virginia House of Delegates. Democratic voters accuse Republicans, who hold the majority, of packing black voters into certain districts to make surrounding districts whiter and more Republican.

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  • Czech government to face no-confidence vote over PM scandal

    Czech government to face no-confidence vote over PM scandal

    PRAGUE (AP) - The coalition government of the Czech prime minister will face a no-confidence vote proposed by the opposition amid allegations that Andrej Babis' son was deliberately kept abroad to avoid being questioned about the leader's fraud charges.

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  • Nigerian ISP says error caused disruption in Google services

    Nigerian ISP says error caused disruption in Google services

    BOSTON (AP) - A Nigerian internet service provider says a configuration error it made during a network upgrade caused a disruption of key Google services that routed traffic to China and Russia. Before MainOne tweeted the explanation Tuesday, there was speculation the data hijacking may have been intentional.

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  • Gaza militants accept cease-fire; No word from Israel
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    Gaza militants accept cease-fire; No word from Israel

    JERUSALEM (AP) - Hamas and other Gaza militant groups said Tuesday they have accepted an Egyptian-brokered cease-fire after launching hundreds of rockets into Israel over the past 24 hours and weathering a wave of punishing Israeli airstrikes. There was no immediate word from Israel on whether it had accepted a deal to halt the heaviest exchange of fire with Gaza's Hamas rulers since a 2014 war.

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  • Amazon East HQ: Incentives from, benefits for, chosen cities

    Amazon East HQ: Incentives from, benefits for, chosen cities

    Amazon stands to get nearly $2.5 billion in tax breaks and other incentives as part of its deals to open up two new offices with more than 25,000 new jobs at each location. New York City and Arlington, Virginia, won the competition Tuesday to house Amazon's two new offices, which are being called the second and third headquarters locations for the Seattle online retailer. Nashville, Tennessee, was selected to become an operations hub.

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  • IMF warns Italy's spending plan makes country vulnerable

    IMF warns Italy's spending plan makes country vulnerable

    MILAN (AP) - The International Monetary Fund has warned the Italian government that its plan to sharply increase spending carries "substantial" risks and would leave the country vulnerable to market turmoil. Hours before the Italian populist government faced a deadline to submit a revised budget draft to the EU, the IMF said in a report that "Italy needs to put to rest any concern about public debt sustainability, which recently has resurfaced."

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  • Florida recount chugs along as more irregularities surface
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    Florida recount chugs along as more irregularities surface

    FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla. (AP) - Florida's election recount chugged along Tuesday as more irregularities are uncovered and a judge asked the warring sides to "ramp down the rhetoric," saying it erodes public confidence in the elections for Senate and governor.

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  • The Latest: Virginia governor cheers Amazon HQ

    The Latest: Virginia governor cheers Amazon HQ

    NEW YORK (AP) - The Latest on Amazon's second headquarters (all times local): 11:15 a.m. Virginia Governor Ralph Northam cheered Amazon's choice of Arlington as one of two new headquarters locations for Amazon. He says the state will continue to invest in infrastructure and education as a key part of the partnership. Northam is calling the state's proposal to land the headquarters a "new model of economic development for the 21st century."

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  • FBI report shows 17 percent spike in hate crimes in 2017

    FBI report shows 17 percent spike in hate crimes in 2017

    NEW YORK (AP) - The FBI says hate crimes reports were up about 17 percent in 2017, marking a rise for the third year in a row. An annual report shows there were more than 7,100 reported hate crimes last year. There were increases in attacks motivated by racial bias, religious bias and because of a victim's sexual orientation.

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  • Sri Lankan top court suspends decree dissolving Parliament
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    Sri Lankan top court suspends decree dissolving Parliament

    COLOMBO, Sri Lanka (AP) - Sri Lanka's Supreme Court on Tuesday suspended the president's order to dissolve Parliament and hold new elections, opening the way for lawmakers to vote on whether to accept his earlier ouster of the prime minister. Sri Lanka has been in a political crisis since Oct. 26, when President Maithripala Sirisena suddenly fired Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe and replaced him with former strongman Mahinda Rajapaksa.

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