The governor defends her toll proposal, discusses her new budget and explains why she plans to attend Buddy Cianci’s funeral.
The two candidates vying to represent Rhode Island Senate District 11 in the Jan. 5 special election make their cases to voters.
Rhode Island’s Catholic leader discusses his 10 years at the helm, the future of the diocese, Pope Francis and more.
Governor Raimondo discusses the ups and downs of 2015
From Politics to PawSox, breaking down 2015 in news.
The new executive editor of The Providence Journal discusses the future of the storied paper.
Senator Jack Reed on France, Syria, refugees and President Obama’s foreign policy strategy.
Two lawmakers have a heated exchange on the question of allowing Syrian refugees into Rhode Island.
Mayor Don Grebien, D-Pawtucket, discusses the latest on the PawSox.
Dr. Nicole Alexander Scott of the Dept. of Health and Maria Montanaro from the Dept. of Behavioral Health on overdose deaths in RI.
Michael Sepe is looking to unseat Cranston Mayor Allan Fung
Governor Raimondo on education spending, tolling truckers and a 38 Studios investigation.
Commissioner Wagner weighs in on standardized tests, charter schools and other education policies
RIEMA Dir. Peter Gaynor discusses hurricane tracking, and a reporter’s roundtable on 38 Studios.
Pope Francis’ historic trip to America has come to an end, but for millions the memories will last a lifetime.
A recent change to firefighter schedules has led to a lawsuit against the city.
Gov. Raimondo’s chief of staff on PawSox, tolls and 38 Studios.
Congressman David Cicilline on Iran, Hillary Clinton and more.
The head of the state’s emergency management agency discusses the 2015 hurricane season.
The heads of groups Watchdog RI and the RI Center for Freedom and Prosperity weigh in on latest with 38 Studios
Cranston’s mayor responds to the scathing state police report about his city.