Video shows bus slamming into telephone pole before careening into building.
Maine investigators will review the case files from the 1993 death of Greta Randall, who fell from a cliff at a state park.
A spokeswoman said the delay was caused by the merger of two agencies.
The uptick in the unfunded pension liability follows a down year for the state’s investment portfolio, which lost 0.2% in 2015-16.
Elorza said he has discussed bankruptcy with the mayor of Detroit.
David Ackell of Seekonk, Massachusetts, is charged with two counts of stalking in a federal sextortion case.
The governor said taxpayers will finally see significant construction on the old highway land “in just a few short months.”
The proposal for an innovation complex on the old 195 land has become one of Governor Raimondo’s signature initiatives.
The city will spend $1.37 million over five years for 250 cameras and unlimited storage.
The town’s mayor said at this point the employee’s driving record has not provoked increased insurance premiums.
“This cannot become a partisan issue,” the pair and two other top senators said Sunday. “The stakes are too high for our country.”
In an op-ed, Alan Hassenfeld and Ken Block say a bankruptcy could be “game changing” for the city.
The letter is the latest in a cascade of criticism over UHIP, which launched in September and has been plagued by problems ever since.
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Governor Raimondo said the revamped $400-million proposal will improve safety while enhancing the area around the 1.6-mile expressway.
Massachusetts man accused of attempting several small cash transactions to avoid reporting money to government.
The Council on Elementary and Secondary Education is considering allowing a large spike in charter school students.
According to advocate going from prison to the streets could trigger some to re-offend.
“It’s no secret the state continues to face some structural budget problems,” the House’s fiscal expert warned lawmakers Tuesday.
The long-delayed computer upgrade for the Division of Motor Vehicles has reportedly cost almost $47 million so far.
Target 12 gets an inside look at how the medical examiners office identifies human remains that have been underground for decades.
Sec. John B. King praised Rhode Island for investing in computer science and career and tech programs.
An in-depth look at the charter school’s plan to grown in the capital city.
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Heath Hobson said he had to fight to make the government keep the Army’s promise.