President Barack Obama this morning plans to focus on the economy in a speech at Rhode Island College in Providence.
The chief of the Coventry Fire District – which has the highest tax rate in any local fire district – was seen drinking, smoking and golfing as he used his official vehicle.
Massive amounts of military gear deployed to local police departments. It’s supposed to protect you – but there’s a controversy over this war gear.
President Barack Obama’s motorcade made its way through Providence on Friday morning on its way to Rhode Island College.
Democratic candidate for governor Martha Coakley is headed to New Bedford to meet with fishermen and representatives of the Massachusetts fishing industry.
Prosecutors will seek the death penalty for Eric Frein, who meekly gave himself up when surrounded, authorities said.
A Woonsocket man accused in a home invasion, carjacking, and a shooting is now facing new charges.
President Obama and his motorcade arrived Thursday night around 9 p.m.
The Rhode Show // Whether you are throwing a Halloween party on Friday night or spending a night a home celebrating, a themed drink will be the perfect addition.
The Rhode Show // Congratulations to Friday’s winner Chris Cabral!
The Rhode Show // Gerry DuPont from Edible Creations joined The Rhode Show, making some treats for Halloween. We’re making some Butter Cream for cupcakes and also Candy Apples.
The Rhode Show// Co host Michaela Johnson put together some great things to make, and you can eat them all.
The Rhode Show // Halloween falls on a Friday this year, and many people will likely be attending costume parties to celebrate.
The Rhode Show // Let’s take a look back at some of the other Halloween fun we had this week with The Rhode Show rewind!
The Rhode Show // With the Halloween treats and costumes around, we wanted to hear what some Rhode Islanders had to say about their favorites!
The Rhode Show // The stakes were high: Answer correctly, they got a piece of their favorite candy, get one wrong, and it was their least least favorite.
Police say the Southbridge, Massachusetts, man spent six weeks on the run after cutting off a court-ordered monitoring device.
The 77-year-old woman suffered eight broken ribs when she was attacked by two suspects at the One Stop Convenience Store in Central Falls.
Watch Tim White’s full interview with Coventry Fire Chief Paul Labbadia as part of the latest Target 12 undercover investigation.