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The Bristol County District Attorney’s office concluded that Larry Ruiz-Barreto’s death was a “justified homicide.”
The judge told Jerrold Rosenberg he had essentially sold his medical license to a drug company.
Speaker Mattiello says he wants to lower the fine and require more warning to drivers.
The state’s child welfare agency has cut ties with a Pawtucket group home agency that was the subject of a scathing report detailing drug us…
Spokesperson Ted Kresse said 99 percent of customers in Rhode Island who lost power during Friday’s storm are back online.
Two group homes run by an embattled Pawtucket business are still in operation despite a report released in late January recommending the age…
Both had apparent gunshot wounds when they were discovered inside 208 Jewett St., according to Major David Lapatin.
Woonsocket is one of several districts looking at school safety in the wake of the latest shooting in Florida.
“Not on our watch,” Gov. Gina Raimondo said in a news conference before the meeting. “We’re going to stand up and make sure it doesn’t happe…
The firearms were once banned by the federal government but the prohibition lapsed in 2004 and rifles like the AR-15 flooded the market.
The driver was released at the scene and is not currently facing charges.
”We cannot wait a minute longer for Washington to take action to prevent gun violence,” the governor said Monday.
Gov. Raimondo said she would said a “red flag” executive order on Monday, while similar legislation is heard in the General Assembly.
“They need to be prepared for the next time,” said Common Cause’s John Marion.
A two-thirds vote of senators would be required to remove the Coventry Republican, who was indicted last week.
The Coventry Republican is facing two counts of extortion and one count of video voyeurism.
Sen. Kettle and a friend allegedly discussed ways to secretly record video of his girlfriend without her knowledge.
The indictment alleges Kettle in 2011 threatened and compelled a Senate page to commit a sexual act.
Police said the 17-year-old will be charged with making a terroristic threat, which is a felony in Massachusetts.
Police have given the all-clear at Hamlet Middle School after the building was locked down Friday afternoon.
A former member of the Eyewitness News family is sharing his perspective from the devastated community that has lost 17 people in a mass sho…
“The alarming regularity that it’s happening with is really, really disturbing,” RI Association of School Committees executive director Timo…
Lt. Richard Jenks, 72, was a father and a grandfather, and a volunteer with the Pascoag Fire Department for 33 years.
Eyewitness News has learned the driver has several marks on her driving record in recent years.
The safety deposit box contained cash, jewelry and assorted documents.