Police officers are now training Cranston city employees on the best ways to react if an armed person storms into any city facility.
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The fire knocked out power to the home, cutting off the landline connection.
Crews recovered an orange kayak from the Providence River Sunday morning days after Warwick kayaker Michael Perry went missing.
Police at the scene said the animals appeared to be in good health.
Training Deputy Chief Thomas Fredericks said ice rescues are a very rare occurrence and it is important to brush up on necessary skills.
“The sale of Patriots Instant Tickets has generated more than 2.7 million dollars in revenue for the state,” Director of the Rhode Island Lo…
Two Rhode Island dispensaries will no longer accept debit cards.
Blankets collected at the coldest football game ever played in Foxboro are now in the hands of some of Rhode Island’s neediest people.
Four homes on Bowdoin Street in Providence were damaged in a three-alarm fire Saturday morning.
After days of cancellations, things are once again running smoothly at T.F. Green airport. While many travelers were happy to be returning h…
Gem Plumbing and Heating Services’s presidents said he expects to receive more than 1,000 calls for help on Thursday.
About forty people gathered outside a Warwick property to protest the living conditions of six dogs.
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A teen with leukemia is asking for Christmas cards
Last minute shoppers hit the road despite icy conditions
Officials tell Eyewitness News it appears as though the fire started outside the building, and then quickly spread.
Ollie Mancini was born without the lower part of his left arm. He always wanted a prosthetic arm, and a group of local students made that ha…
Nathan Spardello broke into a unit at the Parenti Villa Apartments and held the tenant hostage for several hours, according to police.
A Providence mother and her three children are now looking for a new place to live after losing everything in a house fire Friday.
All 600 students at Veazie Street Elementary School received brand new jackets and for some, it’s the first winter coat they’ve ever owned.
Providence Police tell Eyewitness News a 19-year-old male robbed and pistol-whipped a 30-year-old woman Thursday afternoon.
After a year and a half of fundraising, the lodge is donating a brand new Subaru Legacy that will be used to take veterans to appointments …
Jennifer Silva’s death was caused by “multiple injuries due to fall from height,” according to a spokesperson for the R.I. Department of Hea…
While most of the Providence metro area got a few inches of snow Saturday, towns in the northwest part of the state recieved about twice as …
As the season’s first snow started to fall Saturday morning, shoppers snatched up those old familiar winter tools – shovels and ice melt – a…