A forum was held in Providence Wednesday night, after concerns of schools needing repairs have made headlines recent months.
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This year’s Imagine Walk is underway in Warwick, with proceeds benefiting the Autism Project of Rhode Island.
The system is designed to quickly identify a gunshot inside a building.
Master Chief Petty Officer Raymond J. Haerry was on the deck of the USS Arizona when it was attacked by Japan
People around the world celebrated Easter Sunday as global tensions loomed large in the background.
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His testimony is expected to focus on the need for enforcing current laws on illegal immigration.
Medical marijuana has been legal in RI for a decade, so we sought to find out why the state doesn’t require the drug to be tested.
A home in East Greenwich was destroyed by fire Sunday morning.
Local senators and congressmen are now reacting to Trump’s speech.
The family says they have filed a grievance with homeland security to have his name removed.
The family was at the airport, headed overseas, when they got the devastating phone call from a neighbor.
RIDOT has rolled out attention-grabbing slogans on their electronic signs to try and drive home the dangers of drunk and distracted driving.
“We’re not against anyone,” says Gorman. “We’re not against any particular group or anything like that.”
The battle between the Trump administration and the press continues into President Trump’s first days in office.
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A negotiation lasted for several hours, coming to an end just after 1 a.m. Tuesday.
The final shows will be in Providence, Rhode Island, on May 7 and in Uniondale, New York, at the Nassau County Coliseum on May 21.
The website’s founders were slated to testify before the Senator Committee on Homeland Security on Tuesday.
The first baby born in Rhode Island in 2017 arrived just five minutes into the New Year.
Seeking to allay any concerns about the security of next week’s election, the Rhode Island Secretary of State’s office said it has equipped …
An exhibit honoring the non-profit’s history will be traveling throughout the Ocean State during their centennial year.
Always run from danger. Get yourself away from the shooter. But if that option fails – hide.