Providence City Council President David Salvatore on city finances, pensions, education, public safety and more.
Dr. James Fanale discusses a possible takeover of Care New England by Partners HealthCare of Boston.
Senate President Dominick Ruggerio discusses the latest on a busy General Assembly session.
The former longtime lawmaker talks about why he left the Republican Party to run as an independent for governor.
The first-term Democrat discusses her State of the State, her budget proposal, the PawSox, UHIP, the Burrillville power plant and more.
The Democratic congressman discusses immigration, tax cuts, PawSox and more.
A political roundtable examines the issues lawmakers will be facing going into the 2018 legislative session.
The nation’s longest-serving corrections leader discusses his impending retirement and the lessons he’s learned over his career.
Rhode Island’s Catholic bishop discusses the St. Joseph’s pension crisis, Cardinal Law’s death, the future of the diocese, Christmas and mor…
Lt. Gov. Dan McKee on seeking a second term and Senate Finance Chairman William Conley on the newest PawSox proposal.
GOP candidate for governor Patricia Morgan weighs in on statewide issues.
Pryor discusses Infosys, tax incentives and more; the Working Families Party’s leaders lays out some of its 2018 agenda.
Tim White, Ted Nesi, Joe Fleming, Lisa Pelosi and Cara Cromwell discuss the upcoming 2018 campaign season in Rhode Island.
The newly announced Republican candidate discusses why he’s challenging Sheldon Whitehouse as well as hot topics in the news.
The two conservative activists discuss the Republican tax reform bill and President Trump’s first year in office.
The two candidates running for mayor of Fall River debate the issues days ahead of the election.
The two hopefuls discuss plans for a new $265-million high school, their visions on economic development and more.
Tanzi, D-South Kingstown, discusses sexual harassment at the State House and elsewhere; RIDOT Director Peter Alviti gives an update on Rhode…
A conversation with Democratic candidate for the office of R.I. Attorney General Peter Neronha.
Lawmakers from both sides of the aisle break down the brief fall legislative session that just wrapped up.
The first-term Democrat discusses the latest on the Wexford complex truck tolls, UHIP, the state budget picture and more.
Benny’s co-owner Arnold Bromberg discusses why they decided to close the iconic retail store.
The head of the R.I. Department of Health discusses hospital mergers and the director of RIEMA on the state’s hurricane preparedness.
Ken Wagner, the state’s education commissioner, discusses PARCC results and the upcoming school year.
The longtime Democratic representative for Rhode Island’s 2nd District weighs in about Charlottesville, Trump, the Burrillville power plant …