Representative Ackerman’s hope is that Rhode Island will set the example for schools across the country on giving victims a voice.
State police say they found the woman to be impaired on the scene.
“It’s infuriating to see such gross negligence.” said Patrolman Michael Long, who made the discovery.
David Marchant was terminated late last year after 21 years with the Providence Police Department.
It’s summer vacation – but the school is bustling with activity as workers rally to complete $3.35 million worth of renovations.
Robert DeLuca waived his right to bail before a judge in Florida Thursday and will likely be handed over to the U.S. Marshal’s Service.
The next step for all candidates who filed is to collect enough signatures to appear on the ballot.
Premiering Thursday, July 7th, The Rhode Show Summer Stars is all about be celebrating summer in the Ocean State, Rhode Show style. Here’s j…
Alexander Ciccolo was indicted Thursday by a federal grand jury on one count each of attempting to provide material support to a foreign ter…
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Raimondo on Wednesday rejected a bill that would have changed the way the state recognizes foreign drivers’ licenses.
We’ve compiled a list of local July 4th events, including festivals and fireworks.
Six defendants were arrested Thursday morning and will be arraigned later that afternoon. Three remain fugitives from justice.
At least 11 people have died and more than 100 have been injured worldwide from the problem.
The flour in question is among 10 million pounds voluntarily recalled last month by General Mills, the FDA said.
Warning: Looking at your smartphone while lying in bed at night could wreak havoc on your vision.
By Oct. 1, transgender troops should be able to receive medical care and begin formally changing their gender identifications.
A sneak preview of the new summer ferry service between Providence and Newport did a run Thursday morning.
Though Green previously hosted charter flights, there’s a new regular service now going from the Azores to Warwick.
The plates cost $41.50, of which $15 goes towards Bristol’s Fourth of July celebration and $5 goes to the Rhode Island Veterans Home.
The base outside Washington where the presidential plane Air Force One is stationed was temporarily locked down Thursday.
The North Scituate Fire Department is mailing out a list of ways to avoid sparking a potentially hazardous fire.
“The events of recent past in San Bernardino, Paris – around the world – have elevated the security threat.”
The cadets were returning from a training center in Wardak province and were heading to the capital on leave, officials said.