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Patrick Little
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Barrington native Patrick Little joined the 12 News team in June of 1998 as weekend sports anchor, Patrick was promoted to Sports Director at WPRI on January 1st, 2000. Prior to returning to Rhode Island he worked at WMUR TV in Manchester, NH as a producer, reporter and anchor for 4 years.

For Little, a 1994 graduate of St Anselm College in Manchester, NH, "being able to come back to RI and work in the state I grew up in was a dream come true."

His first taste of the media was in high school while interning at the Providence Journal. "I was covering a PawSox - Columbus Clippers game and I had to interview Deion Sanders! After spending 5 minutes with him I knew that this was what I had to do for a living!"

Patrick, his wife Jenn, new baby Connor, and dog "Bogey" live in Bristol, in his free time you will probably see Patrick on a golf course!

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