Transportation officials are urging holiday commuters to take it slow as one of the busiest travel days of the year quickly turns into one of the slipperiest travel days.
Police believe the accident, which happened on Welcome Street at about 7:40 Tuesday, was alcohol-related.
The former House speaker donated more than $90,000 to charities, but he may be able to use one of his political accounts for legal fees.
New developments in a Target 12 consumer investigation. An abandoned mausoleum. Family members desperate for help. Now they’re Finding Closure.
What started as a peaceful protest through the city quickly turned dangerous as 100 to 150 demonstrators jumped the fence near the highway and blocked traffic near Exit 20.
Even though snow can make roads slick, its the freezing rain that could be the biggest threat on the roads this afternoon.
A North Providence company has agreed to pay a total of $300,000 in back wages to more than 100 employees.
A tourist attraction next to the Taunton River and the Braga Bridge is going to get a major makeover.
After about four years of half of the city’s street lights switched off to save money, the office Mayor Lisa Baldelli-Hunt announced that all the street lights have been turned back on.
A collection of fun upcoming events that are happening in our community.
The Rhode Island Affiliate of the ACLU has launched a legal challenge to a North Kingstown ordinance prohibiting families from owning a vicious dog and living near a school or daycare facility.
A local Ferguson protest spilled out into I-95 near Exit 20 in Providence on Tuesday, Nov. 25, 2014, blocking traffic in both directions.
Police say dozens of people were arrested during a march in Boston to protest a grand jury’s decision not to indict a white Ferguson, Missouri, officer who fatally shot an unarmed black teenager.
On Wednesday night, a task force consisting of 30 local police officers will be conducting additional patrols to crack down on drunk driving.
Take part in our annual Toys for Tots toy drive by dropping off a new, unwrapped toy to our studio!
The trains, one of which was out of service and had no passengers on board, made contact at about 6:40 a.m. Wednesday.
A Mississippi man who was arrested outside of a Johnston school has been ruled incompetent to take part in his legal proceedings, a spokesperson for the Attorney General’s office confirmed.
An overnight fire is under investigation in Bellingham. Officials were called to Depot Street just before midnight Tuesday.
Wednesday’s coastal storm is expected to snarl some plans for Thanksgiving travelers. Rhode Island State Police said normal holiday travel paired with winter weather could mean delays.
Barbara Brushett of Middletown is Wednesday’s Pic of the Day winner. This shot was taken at the Eisenhower Park behind Fort Adams.
Senior guard Eric Alleyne scored a game-high 16 points, handed out six assists and corralled seven rebounds as the Rhode Island College men’s basketball team edged Bridgewater State, 58-56, in non-conference action played at The Murray Center on Tuesday evening.