Firefighter slipped on ice and fell 30 feet to the ground.
Meteorologist T.J. Del Santo expects the brunt of the storm to remain offshore, but Southern New England could see some rain showers Saturday morning as a result.
The Providence City Council passed the non-binding resolution Thursday asking the school board to lower the distance requirement for receiving a free RIPTA pass.
Rescue crews said they transported the victim to the hospital after he was stabbed in the ribs.
In the midst of the young cancer patient’s special birthday celebration Thursday, perhaps the biggest present of all was finding a bone marrow match.
The ambulance response time to a fatal stabbing on Atwells Avenue was within national standards according to PFD records, despite claims by eyewitnesses.
A Fall River man has been charged with violating the Massachusetts wiretapping statute for recording a police officer talking on his cell phone and cursing while working a street detail.
The Bristol Country Sheriffs Office has filed a criminal complaint against Aaron Hernandez for his alleged role in a prison fight last week.
Massachusetts Governor Deval Patrick signed a bill into law Friday morning making it illegal to take photos of “sexual or other intimate parts” of people in public.
Connecticut Gov. Dannel P. Malloy is appearing at a Rhode Island school, where he is scheduled to talk to students about his personal experiences overcoming learning disabilities.
Pro Bowler and two-time Super Bowl champion with the Patriots Dan Koppen has been hired by the Hawks as an assistant coach for next season.
A plan to ban tolls on three bridges and establish a fund for road and bridge maintenance has gotten a hearing in the Senate.
A new movie hits theaters around the country Friday and it was made by two filmmakers who are from Rhode Island.
WPRI 12 is hosting its 6th Annual Eyewitness News Job Fair next Tuesday. Many companies will be there looking for prospective employees.