Police in Fall River are looking for some help from the public in tracking down a fresh list of the city’s 10 most wanted criminal suspects.
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Andrew Jett was on parole for killing a previous girlfriend when prosecutors say he stabbed to death an East Providence woman.
“This defendant is a very violent individual who poses a danger to women,” said Bristol County District Attorney Thomas Quinn.
The owners had asked a friend to turn on propane at the house.
Pawtucket’s mayor is afraid the state is on the brink of the baseball club moving somewhere else.
House Republicans and trucking industry leaders say the state won’t get enough bang for its buck from the infrastructure plan.
The mayor wants to add law enforcement employees, pay city employees more, and give the city a “foundation for a solid future.”
The Dunk’s general manager has called internal meetings to consider ways of preventing possible future attacks.
The group is calling for spending on basic educational materials, rather than items that might be outside students’ basic needs.
An Ohio company is recalling more than 210,000 pounds of hot dogs. No injuries or reactions have been reported.
A member of the largest living species of lizard has taken up residence in Providence.
An air show aerobatic mainstay is among the talent taking to the skies in North Kingstown for the 2017 festivities.
The town of West Warwick is shutting down streets this weekend for the dedication of the Station Nightclub Fire memorial park.
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A Pawtucket dog owner is facing criminal charges for leaving the animal tied up outdoors with no shelter in near-freezing temperatures
For a third day, Franklin Police and a coalition of searchers are combing wooded and marshy areas where Michael Doherty was last seen.
Officers paid tribute to colleagues who had died in the past year as well as those who died in the line of duty.
A large percentage of parents admit their children don’t always wear helmets while playing outside.
Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse and Rep. Jim Langevin announced bills that would help bring cash to bridge-improving efforts at the federal level.
A firefighter and paramedic who lent his hand to making music as well as saving lives is being remembered after his sudden death last week.
After a radio call for help, a Coast Guard crew rushed to assist a fishing vessel Thursday morning in Nantucket Sound.
Fall River had the second highest number of overdose deaths in the state, just behind Boston.
After considering it, the state’s environmental authorities determined it wouldn’t be cost-effective.
As temperatures inch up this year, it’s time to start considering guarding against extreme heat.