“I am firmly on the side that we should release everything,” the governor said at Common Cause’s annual meeting.
The key component in the shock lab is a camera system that can capture a blast at 2 million frames a second.
The Unified Health Infrastructure Project (UHIP), the biggest IT project in state history, has cost $364 million so far.
The review came after the May arrest of Councilman Kevin Jackson.
The team has seen a 41 percent decline in attendance, even as state and city leaders consider more taxpayer money for the stadium.
The sign showing the status of the state’s largest highway project was conspicuously absent, a Target 12 Investigation revealed last week.
Education Commissioner Ken Wagner on PARCC results, charter schools and more.
According to the U.S. Fire Administration, there are about 2,900 dryer fires across the U.S. each year.
RITA also calls fast-tracking 6 / 10 connector projects “political.”
Tribe’s Medicine Man says chief’s opponents are a small minority.
Probate cases typically take months or maybe years, but settling the Mendes estate has been anything but typical.
Close associates of mobster Robert “Bobby” DeLuca have been granted immunity in Steven DiSarro murder case.
Treasurer Seth Magaziner and why the state is pulling back from investing in hedge funds.
Some of RIDOT’s transparency signs use data that is incomplete.
Lt. Timothy Panell is accused of going home for hours while on duty overnight, and charging for overtime he didn’t work.
The longtime capo in the New England crime family is charged with lying to investigators about what he knew of 1993 gangland slaying.
There are 110 bridges in the state that have a sufficiency rating so low they need to be repaired or replaced.
The number of drivers cited for carrying unsecured cargo has more than doubled in Rhode Island over the last four years, Target 12 has learn…
Months between reports and call to fast track $400 million project not a sign of politics, according to the Rhode Island Department of Trans…
If the latest settlement is approved, the total in legal fees would rise to just under $9.3 million.
With the governor casting a wide net for the next state police leader, the outgoing head says it should be someone from within.
Outgoing Superintendent of the RI State Police Col. Steven O’Donnell discusses why he’s leaving.
Motel owners are not required by state to tell customers if a sex offender is living in the establishment.
Lt. Timothy Panell is accused of going home during his overnight shift and charging for overtime the town says he didn’t work.
The firm will continue to earn $230 per hour while it assists the city in arbitration.