Providence Mayor Brett Smiley joined Kim for Wednesday's Community Focus.
A Breeze Airways flight on its way to Rhode Island T.F. Green International Airport on Tuesday was diverted because of a fight between two passengers. The flight, which took off from Orlando, diverted to Jacksonville around 6 p.m. when the fight resulted in "a perceived security threat." https://www.wpri.com/news/local-news/west-bay/breeze-flight-to-providence-diverted-due-to-incident-onboard/
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Rhode Islanders can now see the Independent Man up close. Gov. Dan McKee unveiled the 11-foot statue Wednesday morning on the R.I. State House floor. He said it will be on display until Jan. 8 before it’s transported for repair and restoration. https://www.wpri.com/news/local-news/providence/independent-man-to-be-displayed-in-the-state-house/
Governor McKee and others held an event Wednesday morning to showcase the display.
He just celebrated his 87th birthday and said he received many messages from people from all over the world. He noted it’s usually one of the happiest days of the year, but this year it was different.
Two cars collided at the corner of Olney and Prospect streets just after 6 a.m. causing one to flip and land on its roof.
Rhode Island's first so-called "traffic garden" nestled alongside Miantonomi Park.
12 News consumer investigator Sarah Guernelli talks to the community about the process of filing claims after vehicle damage from potholes.
The Independent Man is at ground level for the first time in nearly 50 years.