Police said carbon monoxide levels inside the home on Buttonwood Lane were so high it was unsafe for officers to enter.
The explosion Wednesday morning inside 560 Metacom Ave. involved some type of glass machinery, according to fire officials.
Lastarza is charged with murder in the 2014 Federal Hill beating death of Jonathan Stack – accused of bludgeoning Stack with a two-by-four b…
The juveniles face aggravated arson charges in the fire in the Chimney Tops area of Great Smoky Mountains National Park on Nov. 23.
Flames tore through the three-story building at the corner of Morgan and 5th Streets, forcing 25 people from their homes.
Rhode Island Gov. Gina Raimondo says she’s taking more steps to fix the state’s new public benefits system.
Time’s managing editor Nancy Gibbs said Hillary Clinton was the No. 2 finalist.
Behind the wheel and impaired – drivers abusing more than alcohol. One trooper even recalling a driver with his sleeve rolled up and a needl…
An Oregon school district largely banned him from its schools, saying it did so to make all children comfortable. The question is: How exact…
The company has received eight reports of the menorahs melting, three of which resulted in a fire.
Elorza is encouraging residents with complaints to call 1-877-3HCRIME.
A city councilman and a state representative, both from Cranston, are saying the state needs to keep better tabs on sex offenders.
“Avenge Pearl Harbor!” features photographs from the attack and posters that followed.
A thousand runners helped raise funds at a Veterans Day run, and Park View Middle School made the presentation Wednesday.
It’s been 75 years since the attacks at Pearl Harbor and 75 years since Franklin D. Roosevelt gave one of the most famous speeches ever made…
An op-ed piece was written in the school’s newspaper alleging the misconduct.
Mayor Scott Avedisian joined Eyewitness News live in studio to discuss the upcoming holiday season and some issues facing his city.
The car could have damage on the front passenger side.
You can see Jeopardy! every night at 7:30 p.m. on WPRI 12.
Anyone with information is asked to call Wrentham police.