In previous years, the training was a 10 week process.
One woman was taken to Rhode Island Hospital after rollover on Route 146.
Police say two men were stabbed overnight on Pine Street.
A weekly briefing on RI politics and business.
Gerardo Martinez is serving a life sentence without parole for murdering his ex-girlfriend Lindsay Ann Burke in a fit of jealous rage.
Our Eyewitness News/RWU poll showed the gubernatorial race is a competitive one, and that was before Matt Brown’s announcement.
Good Night Lights shine through last week’s windy weather.
Police called off a Silver Alert that had been issued Friday for Clara Fernandez, 71.
The hundreds of pages of documents filed this week include graphic text messages Kettle exchanged with a longtime friend.
Council President Salvatore said he wants to analyze every aspect of the new speed cameras.
Louis Vinagro, remembered as brash and persistent, and considered himself “an environmental maniac.”
Orlando Cardoso, 44, learned his fate Friday for failing to report more than $75,000 in earnings on his tax returns.
The judge told Jerrold Rosenberg he had essentially sold his medical license to a drug company.
The student was charged with weapons other than firearms prohibited.
Tournament season is underway and two Rhode Island men’s basketball teams are taking the floor Friday.
While the extra hour of daylight in the evenings is a welcome treat to many, the first few days can be a rough adjustment following the lost…
The heavy, wet snow and strong winds Wednesday night caused another round of widespread power outages in Rhode Island and Massachusetts.
The packaging of the Bacitraycin Plus doesn’t meet federal safety standards while the Cat & Jack brand jeans pose a laceration hazard.
An inspection of Station Three, located on North Main Street, uncovered “bedbug activity.”
Parents worried about local school security took their concerns to school officials and police at a meeting at the town’s high school Thursd…
“Students cannot be punished more harshly simply for exercising their right to protest,” ACLU of RI Executive Director Steven Brown said.
East Providence schools are beginning to use a new attendance program created by the state.
Many people were wondering why the snowflakes were so big and why the accumulation amounts differed so greatly across the area.
The house once lived in by the Civil Rights pioneer won’t be put on display in Providence due to an ongoing legal dispute, the school said.
“This proposal presents a unique risk to Rhode Island’s hospitals and health care system,” warned state Sen. Lou DiPalma.