Target 12 Consumer Investigator Susan Campbell sits down with the governor one year after the problem-plagued UHIP system was launched.
According to the DLT, an attorney for the gym recently delivered four certified checks, totaling nearly $6,000 to resolve the remaining wage…
If a ride fails inspection, the owner is not allowed to operate it until it is repaired and reinspected.
“This crisis is very real in our country… and there are some people who are basically cashing in on it,” said the cousin of a man who over…
A nationwide sweep uncovered 675 contractors who failed to comply with state requirements, 17 of which were in Rhode Island.
The owner of a wood pellet company who allegedly cheated his customers out of tens of thousands of dollars has died, Target 12 has learned.
The state’s auditor general on Thursday released a breakdown of expenses tied to the troubled benefits eligibility system.
Target 12 was given exclusive access to $500,000 worth of evidence seized in recent busts by Cranston Police.
Here’s what you need to know if your vehicle is damaged in a construction zone and you plan to file a claim through RIDOT.
According to data released Friday afternoon, the number of pending applications is fewer than 14,000.
Business owners are voicing concerns about the structural integrity of the Belltower Plaza.
The agency’s executive director said the issue was caused by a coding error by Deloitte, the company that built the UHIP system.
Customers tell Target 12 they paid thousands of dollars for vehicles they never received.
Rep. Charlene Lima said she wants state police and the attorney general’s office to look into Deloitte, saying she believes fraud was commit…
Ken Brindamour has been charged with “developing a technical diagnosis and turnaround plan within 30 days.”
A Pawtucket woman claims her husband’s medical coverage was delayed due to the glitch.
Scammers often build sites that use stolen photos and content from reputable breeders.
The pickup truck was rejected by the state’s Safety and Emission Control just five weeks after the dealer said it passed inspection.
The class action lawsuit claims the state has failed to timely provide benefits to needy families due in part to its troubled transition to …
“That thing blew up. It sounded just like a shotgun shell.”
The Food and Nutrition Service, which oversees SNAP benefits, said it’s working with the state to ensure compliance with federal law.
Despite the ongoing problems with the online benefits system, the Dept. of Administration director said it “will ultimately be the right cho…
Administrators at two facilities claim they are owed more than $1 million from the state for patients with pending Medicaid applications.
The science behind building a seat that provides good safety belt fit for the typical 4 to 8-year-old passenger has improved significantly.
He’s accused of returning construction materials purchased by a homeowner and keeping the cash for himself.