“He was really on a rampage,” Maj. David Lapatin said. “And we had to stop him.”
An autopsy will be performed Thursday morning to confirm the identity, as well as the cause and manner of that person’s death, according to …
The suspects led police on a multi-state chase Tuesday after they were found to be engaging in credit card fraud, police said.
The new laws streamline some processes for solar and renewable energy equipment.
Courtney Hawkins, who took over after her predecessor was forced to resign, said the goal is to have the system stable by October.
Back in March of 2012, prosecutors said the suspect also threatened a “Columbine-style attack” at Attleboro High School.
The iconic rock band is being honored on the occasion of 40 years since they had the biggest concert audience in Rhode Island.
Jessica Otto is raising money for cancer research while mourning the death of her father.
The employee is now up for an award, after making sure the money was returned to its rightful owner.
The R.I. Supreme Court Commission on Judicial Tenure and Discipline announced its decision Wednesday.
Police said an investigation is underway after a fatal crash at the intersection of Hartford Avenue and Whelan Road.
The 6-year-old says she’s too scared to sleep alone, after a 53-year-old North Smithfield man is accused of kicking her.
Police said Karina Brielmier, 14, was reported missing on Monday.
Roger Williams Park Zoo renamed their elephant yard the “Ivory Ella Elephant Yard” after the company pledged $200,000 towards supporting the…
A New Bedford man convicted of two robberies in the city last year was sentenced to eight to ten years in prison this week.
Vince Wilfork recorded 351 tackles and 16 sacks during his 11 years in New England.
Travelers walking through the terminal are greeted by the dogs wearing green vests marked PVD Pups “Pet Me.”
It took about 20 minutes to get the fire under control.
The boys started the game strong with two runs in the first two innings.
Mayor Elorza has said the city should generate revenue from the water supply, but he doesn’t want to privatize the system.
Both homes are on the National Register of Historic Places and were built in the early 1800s.
The winning numbers were 11-17-50-52-74 and 14.
Each pint is able to help save up to three lives, so nearly 100 people can now get the blood, plasma or platelets they need.
A number of drivers have been arrested recently for driving drunk with children in the vehicle but under Rhode Island law, they’ll only face…
Police said they’ve logged a number of issues with the current system, which is more than a decade old.