The legislation approved by the House Monday night would create a surveillance system to search for and fine out-of-state drivers without in…
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Under the legislation, at least one parent of a 16- or 17-year-old aspiring driver would have to take the course.
The Democratic-controlled House voted 48-17 to pass the bill, with Republicans and some Democrats voting against it.
Providence police are investigating after a man was hit by a car that fled the scene early Saturday morning.
Back in August 2016, the town had originally decided to exhume both bodies.
The Board of Canvassers said Thursday they would be sending the letters out to voters who were registered at places that did not appear to b…
A study released Thursday shows a possible link between marijuana use and car crashes in states that legalize recreational marijuana use.
The Massachusetts House has approved a revamped version of the state’s new recreational marijuana law. Some support the changes while others…
A Del’s lemonade salesman was robbed at gunpoint outside Roger Williams Park Zoo Tuesday afternoon, but the quick work of a police K9 helped…
Any plans to enter the water for a swim at the beach may not be advisable.
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention warn of severe summer for tick-borne diseases.
“I woke up on the floor and everybody surrounding me. I was like, ‘what’s going on? What’s going on?'”
Each NaloxBox comes equipped with four doses of naloxone and everything needed to administer it.
It’s been a little more than a week since vandals targeted the Big Blue Bug mascot and Nibbles Woodaway is still covered in graffiti.
Two male victims were taken to Rhode Island Hospital late Monday night
The parade begins 10 a.m. and many roads will not be open until 1 p.m.
A veteran New Bedford police officer was sentenced to 10 years in prison Friday morning for indecent assault and battery of a girl.
Pawtucket Police are searching for a Prius following a head-on collision with a cruiser Friday morning.
“Kristin embodies everything that we look for in great teachers,” said Gov. Gina Raimondo. “She is completely committed to her students.”
Many environmentalists are celebrating the closure while others, including Town Administrator Richard Brown, say it’s an unfortunate change.
During the arraignment, the defense said Howard has special needs and didn’t call police because he “doesn’t think like that.”
Man, woman and two children were found living in their vehicle.
Suspect still on the loose as of Tuesday morning.
Hundreds of volunteers woke up early Saturday morning to help get Rhode Island’s Veterans’ Memorial Cemetery ready for Memorial Day.
Yuland Stanfield apologized in court for killing Christine Santurri two years ago.