Rhode Island National Grid customers could see dramatically higher electric bills come January under a proposal submitted to state regulators.
With Providence set two open two new high schools next year, we’ve got the inside look at why they’re considered so innovative.
The National Transportation Safety Board says that while wrong-way wrecks may only account for about 3% of accidents on the highways, they are also the type of accident most likely to turn deadly.
Target 12 Investigator Tim White examines a controversial law designed to protect police that, in extreme cases, could cost taxpayers big.
But even as it strained roofs and stalled daily life, the snow wasn’t the only worry. Forecasters warned a rapid weekend warmup and rain could turn all that snow into floods.
Florida State University police fatally shot a gunman at the campus library early Thursday in a shooting that left three students wounded.
People living in the area of Chapin Avenue say they’re fed up with seeing trash pile up on a piece of property near their homes.
An offshore wind farm that could be the nation’s first has gotten its final lease and permits from state coastal regulators.
Rhode Island’s governor-elect discusses her election victory, what she plans to do in her first year, and how she’ll tackle the budget deficit.
The state Department of Labor and Training reported Thursday that the rate had fallen two-tenths of 1 percentage point from September.
Sean P. Eagan, 47, was crossing Warwick Avenue in the area of Scranton Avenue on Nov. 7 when he was struck by a car traveling northbound, according to police.
A collection of fun upcoming events that are happening in our community.
Students in the Chariho School District are getting a unique learning opportunity, while the town of Richmond is taking unique steps to save money.
The 15-year-old pulled out the knife during a fight with an older student, but a school employee intervened before it could be used.
A Providence jury has convicted a Florida of molesting a girl some twenty years ago when he lived in Warwick.
Police in Fall River have arrested a woman they believe robbed a Webster Bank on Monday.
A church near the University of Massachusetts-Dartmouth campus is opening a food pantry to assist an increasing number of students who choose to pay tuition rather than buy food.
The University of Rhode Island has removed from its website a video of MIT economist Jonathan Gruber after he drew criticism for statements about the “stupidity of the American voter” being a factor in crafting the Affordable Care Act.
Six feet on the ground and more on the way! Check out these pictures viewers sent to WIVB, our sister station in Buffalo.
During a career spanning more than 50 years, Nichols, who was married to Diane Sawyer, managed to be both an insider and outsider, an occasional White House guest and friend to countless celebrities
Eric Green scored 16 points and three other Crusaders were in double figures in Holy Cross’ 80-65 victory over Brown on Wednesday night.
Brandon Bass scored 23 points, Jared Sullinger added 22 and Boston sent Philadelphia to its 11th straight loss to start the season with a 101-90 victory Wednesday night.
With 4 feet of snow having fallen at Ralph Wilson Stadium over the past two days, the Bills are racing the clock and Mother Nature to have the facility cleared in time to host the New York Jets on Sunday.