The last of the five suspects charged in the murder case of a Providence child is scheduled to be sentenced Friday. Luis “Fat Boy” Gonzalez, along with four other admitted gang members, was charged in connection with the June 2013 shooting in which 12-year-old Aynis Vargas was killed and three women were injured.
The university is more than doubling its footprint in Providence, but keeping its main campus in Bristol.
Rhode Island State Police say they busted a California man with about 60 pounds of marijuana and more than $15,000 in cash during a traffic stop.
Embattled fire chief Paul Labbadia appears for a hearing on a pension fight in North Providence.
Three-time Super Bowl champion and cancer survivor, Joe Andruzzi, made a surprise visit to the school to see Marla.
Rhode Island State Police say they’re looking into embezzlement allegations at the Junior League of Rhode Island Inc.
Earlier this year, Brown University created a sexual assault task force that is made of 17 members of both students and staff.
Rhode Island’s governor-elect will head to Boston as a show of support for her Massachusetts counterpart, and he’s aiming to return the favor.
Gov. Chafee is preparing to end another chapter, after spending the past four years as Rhode Island’s 74th governor.
Secretary of State Ralph Mollis has approved a decision concluding that an ex-38 Studios board member engaged in unregistered lobbying.
Two men at the center of a 2012 fungal meningitis outbreak that killed 64 people will be released from custody, pending trial on criminal charges.
A new study released by an independent research company shows that where you live could play a big role in determining your car insurance rates.
A Grand Jury has charged Leon Taylor with killing 32-year-old David Simmons on Dartmouth Avenue in Providence earlier this year.
Photos remembering some of the notable names who left us in 2014.
The head of the city’s municipal employees’ union said his members would oppose any changes.
Police located the suitcase and discovered two kilograms of heroin, approximately 500 grams of cocaine, 300 oxycodone pills, and three pounds of marijuana.
Protests, confrontations and outbursts marked Dzhokhar Tsarnaev’s first court appearance in more than a year.
The governor reflects on the successes and failures of his four years as Rhode Island’s leader in an exit interview.
Money raised from the CVS Health Charity Classic in June was distributed to nearly eighty non-profits.
Five companies that Gov. Lincoln Chafee met with while in Europe in April are looking to establish operations locally.
The wreck closed Route 37 West and the entrance ramp for I-95 for roughly a half hour, Capt. William Jamieson confirmed.