The Federal Trade Commission is warning consumers to be on the lookout for fake news stories plastered all over social media websites.
Nearly two years after Rhode Island voters approved funding for a new veterans home, state leaders say the planning phase of the project has reached a milestone.
The elderly man was discovered Thursday night as firefighters battled flames at his home on Prudence Island.
Gasoline prices in Rhode Island have fallen another 8 cents per gallon to their lowest level since February 2011.
An 83-year-old woman was walking along Sea Meadow Court in Portsmouth Sunday when she was struck by a car that had crossed into the oncoming travel lane.
Brown University’s governing body has accepted $121 million in gifts for the school’s financial aid, internship and academic programs.
Friends of 19-year-old Chris Hutcheon are helping to raise money to pay for his funeral expenses.
Authorities say robbers are knocking on doors pretending to be utility workers, when all they really want is your valuables.
A local nurses’ union released the results of an internal survey Monday that found many health care workers don’t feel prepared to deal with an Ebola patient.
Crews in South Kingstown and Pawtucket battled house fires that displaced two families.
Boston Police arrested Nieto Wagner, 36, of Fall River at around 10pm Saturday night.