A Wind Chill Watch is in effect for Southern New England from 1 p.m. Saturday until 1 p.m. Sunday.
Upon arrival, officers found a 52-year-old male with significant stab wounds and a deceased dog.
The governor’s proposal is designed to fund a “surge” of bridge repairs with revenue from borrowing and tolling.
Religious leaders say Rhode Island is welcoming members of Syrian family who are believed to be the first refugees from the war-torn country…
Firefighters battled flames that broke out Thursday afternoon in a garage on Redgate Road.
The specially-trained corps of attorneys and advocates brought nearly 100 child abuse cases to their conclusion last year.
Raimondo’s proposed medical pot tax would charge patients $150 a year for each plant grown at home and $350 for caregivers and cultivators.
The House voted to approve the bill Wednesday night and Thursday the Senate followed suit, approving the legislation on a 25-12 vote.
The suspects in recent robberies in Woonsocket, Lincoln, and Attleboro all match a similar description, but police have not confirmed if the…
Gov. Gina Raimondo signed her toll-funded bridge-repair plan into law on Thursday.
The former first daughter is campaigning for her mother, Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton.
Call 12 For Action wanted to know if the threat of illnesses is affecting travel plans.
According to police, the crash happened around 4:30 Thursday afternoon.
Eyewitness News has learned the heating system at the Holy Ghost Beneficial Function Hall has been cleaned and inspected.
A local non-profit will return almost $400,000 from a taxpayer funded grant.
Providence residents staged a Valentine’s Day-themed protest outside City Hall on Thursday to express their concerns.
Rhode Island’s Emergency Management Agency has outlined important steps to take when the temperatures become dangerous.
Astronomers hailed the finding as an achievement of historic proportions, one that opens the door to a new way of observing the universe.
Nortek, which is based in Providence, donated 30 standing desks on wheels to the humanities classroom at Hope High School Thursday.
A cruise ship battered by a major storm in the Atlantic Ocean returned to its New Jersey port on Wednesday night.