The RI Department of Environmental Management pulled a boat out of the water in Haines Park around 10 p.m. Thursday with no one on board.
A Massachusetts man is recovering at a medical center in North Carolina after being attacked by a shark Wednesday.
Health officials in Rhode Island and Massachusetts have closed several beaches to swimming due to high bacteria levels.
Organizations that owe the city money will no longer be eligible for city services unless they enter into a payment plan.
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Authorities have released a computer-generated image of a young girl found dead, hoping to get clues about the toddler’s identity.
After 35 years of serving the Providence Fire Department, Chief Clarence Cunha is retiring.
The fire broke out at about 3 A.M. at Krysia’s Custom Tailor on Broadway.
The R.I. Department of Transportation says relief is in sight for business owners and drivers in Apponaug Village in Warwick, where road con…
Communities around Rhode Island are getting ready to celebrate the Fourth of July holiday.
Food waste, leaf and yard waste, home construction debris and paint are among prohibited items that are frequently put in recycling bins.
A USA Today report reviewed 50,000 passenger complaints, including 178 claims at T.F. Green Airport in Warwick.
Rescue crews in Barrington are trying to locate a missing boater, Eyewitness News has learned.
Deepwater Wind CEO Jeffrey Grybowski says the first barge is expected to leave Friday and arrive at the site by mid-July, depending on weath…
Police in New Bedford are looking for clues after two masked men held up a Tedeschi’s Food Store with knives.
Nursing assistant who worked at state facility is nabbed for taking and pawning two rings that a local veteran’s family considers priceless.
When asked why there has been a recent uptick in attacks down south, Greg Skomal attributed it to the sharks’ feeding habits.
A New Bedford man is facing numerous charges, after police say they seized weapons and drugs from his car.
A Providence man arrested for sex trafficking could face harsher punishments than ever before — thanks to a new Rhode Island law.
Jim Vincent said there are too few people of color serving as judges or leading top law-enforcement agencies in Rhode Island.