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Ashoka Mukpo will be able to leave the Nebraska Medical Center’s biocontainment unit Wednesday morning.
The Rhode Island Department of Transportation is taking a sit-and-wait approach before deciding whether to act on concerns surrounding the guardrails.
Lights were restored after about two hours, though there was no immediate word on the fate of the furry-tailed rodent.
A Pawtucket man is accused of intentionally setting a fire that broke out at a multi-family home on Nickerson Street Sunday night.
Construction crews have demolished the St. Paul Street home where several children were found living among three deceased infants and dead animals.
The race for Providence mayor could come down to the majority-minority South Side over the next two weeks.
The Avenger became the fifth Rhode Island girl to take home the State individual tennis title as a freshman and a sophomore.
A man is being held as a fugitive from justice in Rhode Island after DNA evidence linked him to a crime four years ago.
A report released Tuesday claims deficient roads and bridges in the South Coast region of Massachusetts are costing each driver more than $1,600 each year.
HealthSource RI Director Christine Ferguson said having customers re-enroll every year creates educated consumers.
Robel Phillipos is charged with lying to the FBI about being in Tsarnaev’s dorm room while two other friends removed a backpack containing fireworks and other potential evidence several days after the attack.
This suspect stole numerous articles of Polo brand clothing worth several hundred dollars, police said.
The problem originated at the South Street substation, which is adjacent to Dynamo House.
Prosecutors and lawyers for former New England Patriots player Aaron Hernandez are expected in court for a status conference in his Boston double homicide case.
State Fire Marshal Stephen Coan says the two young boys were found in a bedroom of a third-floor apartment in the six-unit building.
Former Rhode Island Congressman and state Sen. Robert O. Tiernan will be laid to rest Tuesday during services in Wakefield.
The dog, named Bear, is now certified by the North American Police Work Dog Association as a police utility dog.
“It’s like chopping half of you off,” said Michael Oglo. “For 55 years, you do things together and every movement you make anticipates another movement.”
Steven Hartford, the receiver in charge of getting the fire district on better financial ground said unless major concessions are made with the unions, the district would be forced into bankruptcy.
Peter Budzyna won Tuesday’s Pic of the Day with this shot, taken while visiting Roger Williams Park in Providence.
State health officials said Rhode Island is ready to handle the Ebola virus should it appear in the Ocean State.
Federal officials are going on the road with new guidelines to promote head-to-toe protection for health workers treating Ebola patients.