David Allison, 34, of Commodore Street, is in custody and will likely be charged with murder, according to police.
The RISPCA said it had to euthanize Moses because his malnutrition was too far gone.
The John J. Moran Medium Security Facility in Cranston has been placed on lockdown pending a police investigation.
Schools are being closed as a precaution as police search for the gunman who fired at the police cruiser.
When officers arrived at the scene, several cranes were crushed beneath the steel, police said.
Police officers in New Bedford use or threaten to use stun guns more than any other community in Massachusetts, according to a new study.
It’s now been one month since the city started requiring firefighters to work an average of 56 hours per week.
The Providence After School Alliance was awarded $12,000 for its efforts to create learning programs for students.
The car dealership is apologizing for an employee’s actions, which were all caught on a customer’s dash cam and posted on YouTube.
Dr. Paul Fadale of University Orthopedics joins Yianni Kourakis on the Sports Wrap to discuss Patriots injury concerns.
Assistant Vice President of Enrollment Holly Shadoian joins Eyewitness News to explain the change.
A look back at the key developments in the more than 7-month-long saga.
Eyewitness News analyst Lt. Gen. Reginald Centracchio discusses the challenges local fire districts are facing.
Owners Anastasia Tsoumbanos and Natalia Kapourelakos cut the ribbon Wednesday on the newly rebuilt Lakeview Pavilion.
The Cranston bubble rink will soon be back up and running, officials said.
The Rhode Island Department of Health has recommended closing a Portsmouth beach to swimming.
Rhode Island’s junior congressman sent a letter to Obama this week asking for details on how the deal will impact Israel.
Six of the missing iPads were recovered at a pawn shop in Pawtucket, according to police.
State authorities are investigating possible financial mismanagement at Rhode Island’s DCYF, officials said Wednesday.
After efforts to keep the school from opening, the first class has started their education at Woonsocket’s new RISE Prep Mayoral Academy.
Improvements for the 2015-2016 school year in Providence include 75 new school buses, which hit the road on the first day of school Wednesda…