The female victim told police she armed herself with a knife after she heard someone tampering with her back door.
Man struck in last week’s hit-and-run crash has died.
Officials said the fire was knocked down by 7:30 a.m.
A last-minute change means the Community Safety Act will be revisited in June.
When they were unable to find the owner, the two troopers lassoed the llama and led him safely off the highway, away form passing vehicles.
The professor claims the Providence officer verbally assaulted him.
It was a heated meeting of the House Oversight Committee as members claimed they weren’t informed of the fine
We’re told Joseph Sylvia, 65, of Central Falls succumbed to his injuries from the crash that happened on April 20.
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Activist John Vitkevich is urging communities to demand the signs be taken down.
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The airline has vowed to reduce, but not eliminate, overbooking.
Police said westbound travel on Route 6 is down to one lane and urged drivers to use caution in the area.
Court officials don’t know why two men who share a first name and a birthday became connected in a statewide law enforcement database.