A Winter Storm Warning has been issued for our area beginning at 4 a.m. Monday.
Security was heavy and visible Sunday around Super Bowl locations, from hotels in San Francisco to Levi’s Stadium in Santa Clara.
Public visitation was held this weekend and Cianci, who died last week at the age of 74, will be laid to rest Monday morning.
Commuter rail plans on fast track; A proposed water park in South County; and a Rocky Point mystery solved.
It happened at the intersection of Division Street and East Avenue, not far from exit 27 off of I-95.
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Dozens of well-wishers said goodbye to the former mayor on the first of two days he will lie in repose at City Hall.
Authorities say a Massachusetts man who was struck by a falling tree limb after a snowstorm has died from his injuries.
Visitors to Newport will soon be allowed to take photos inside some of the city’s famous Gilded Age mansions for the first time.
A bill to legalize and tax recreational marijuana in Rhode Island is returning to the state’s General Assembly after failing to pass in prev…
A funeral has been held for a man killed by a falling construction crane while he walked down a New York City street.
Mansfield police are looking for a man who robbed a Mansfield business Sunday morning.
The rocket was fired from North Korea’s west coast and tracked separately by the governments Japan and South Korea, which immediately conven…
Police said Saturday the man was in critical condition at Boston Medical Center.
According to witnesses, the crash happened around 7:30 on Route 114 northbound near Barrington Town Hall.
The sun was shining – which helped the melting process – as volunteers from Serve Rhode Island answered hundreds of requests for assistance …
According to Warwick Batallion Chief Thomas Maynon, the fire broke out at a home on Chatworth Avenue around 12:05 p.m.
Two people were injured after being struck by a car in Fairhaven Saturday morning.
“We would immediately resume our plans if we were not talking about tolls,” or if state leaders provide other incentives, an executive said.
Rhode Island State Police tell us the storm led to more than 30 crashes throughout the state.