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.
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Mitchell discusses the collapse of his casino plans and whether he’ll seek another term; an analysis of the political fallout in Cranston.
The president of the University of Rhode Island discusses the future of the flag ship school.
Walt Buteau sits down with one of the detectives assigned to guard Lee Harvey Oswald and sheds new light on one of America’s Darkest Days.
Tim White has new findings in the Target 12 undercover investigation that led to seismic changes at the Coventry Fire District.
T.V. Maitre D’ Joe Zito explores the local dining scene.
Rhode Island’s junior senator weighs in on the president’s Iran deal, Bernie Sanders’ challenge to Hillary Clinton and much more.
Consumer Reporter Susan Hogan shows you the unexpected dangers summer can bring and how you can protect your family.
In 2004, Price was transferred to Florida to be housed by the Department of Corrections there, citing safety concerns for him and others at …
The Senate President discusses tolls, PawSox, her future and more.
Gorbea discusses online voter registration and her other policy pushes; Vincent weighs in on race relations post-Charleston.
Mattiello weighs in on the sudden closure of the Park Avenue Bridge in his city as well as the debates over tolls and the PawSox.
The head of airport corporation discusses passenger traffic and new international flights.
U.S. Attorney Peter Neronha discusses the Gordon Fox case.
The head of the state’s Department of Transportation remains optimistic about toll-for-truckers plan.
Governor Gina Raimondo discusses her truck tolling plan, PawSox and more.
DEM Director Janet Coit discusses environmental issues facing the state.
It was already over budget and overdue. Now, Target 12 investigates another issue with a costly bridge project paid for with your tax dollar…
Providence Mayor Jorge Elorza on his first 130 days in office.
On the premise of “if you build it, they will come,” lawmakers spent millions of tax dollars to build a new train station. So, why are train…
An abandoned mausoleum. A heart wrenching story. Now our investigation creates change.
How transparent is your lawmaker? Find out what happens when Tim White requests campaign records of every RI General Assembly member.