This Cumberland teen already holds national powerlifting records and expects to set a world record in the dead lift.
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The suspects LVN license in Massachusetts has been suspended.
According to police, Jacob King told officers the relationships were affairs and said, “I never forced myself on either of those women.”
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Kevin Jackson was arrested last year for embezzlement and inappropriate use of his campaign funds.
The three-year probate case has been inching along, with more than $133,000 in the balance.
The crimes took place over a two-year period, ending this past September.
R.I. State Police stand behind an affidavit statement that civilians blocked ramp.
Multiple police departments says a change in the system is causing headaches for officers.
Ava’s parents believe their daughter’s story shows how important genetic testing is.
Every patrolman in Providence will soon be required to wear the body cameras.
Officer helped woman who was pinned against a guardrail by the driver of the white pickup involved in high speed chase.
Three states, two couples, one shoe rack and long odds, all wrapped up in a lucky box.
Chief Hugh Clements said five officers in total fired their weapons during the incident.
If any police video was recorded at the scene of the officer-involved shooting, it is expected to be used as evidence.
Cranston police said they attempted to stop the truck after it was learned the suspect may have jumped in the back of a white pickup.
The cameras are activated by the officers on a case by case basis, and the video is available to the public.
His incredibly good concoction brings a healthy twist to a treat to help disabled children.
If approved, the agreement would finally end a battle over how much city firefighters should be paid.
Mayor Elorza thinks Providence could generate $300 million by selling or leasing the water system.
Newly released recordings show city officials were gravely concerned about the city’s pension fund, but did little to solve the problem.
The ride started in Westerly and ended 4,000 miles away with a dip in the Pacific.
Tribal politics is blamed by both sides in a controversy centered of water.
Cardi Corporation has agreed to a second settlement with the federal government in connection with the IWAY railing system.
A young artist offers persistence and paint to repair an iconic store front.