A former government informant, now living with a new identity in another part of the country, recalls a brazen mob murder.
The assessment of the state police outlined recommendations to increase diversity in recruitment and promotions.
Juvenile Xavier Vidot is being tried as an adult for allegedly shooting and killing his mother’s boyfriend.
Students at Community College of R.I.’s Warwick campus were told to shelter in place after someone reportedly spotted a person with a “holst…
State Rep. Robert Nardolillo said he will propose a bill eliminating the requirement for cars to have front plates.
The former longtime lawmaker talks about why he left the Republican Party to run as an independent for governor.
As part of the plea agreement, the government dismissed 21 other counts of the indictments, including money laundering charges.
Reynaldo Martinez admitted to using stolen personal information to make purchases at several stores.
Shishuai Li, 25, was charged with obtaining money under false pretenses.
Labbadia was terminated as a the chief in Coventry following a wide-ranging Target 12 investigation in 2014.
An elderly woman claims she was duped out of $30,000. The funds ended up in the student’s bank account.
Matthew ‘Doc’ Perry hopes the claim he filed will help other veterans avoid what happened to him.
Jay Brennan retired the day after the clip was forwarded to the school’s administration.
The first-term Democrat discusses her State of the State, her budget proposal, the PawSox, UHIP, the Burrillville power plant and more.
The six-second, 13-word video provoked the retirement of a long-time principal.
The mother of a slain journalist talks about U.S. hostage policy and what she said to President Obama after her son’s killing.
The president of the Providence branch of the NAACP calls the language in the video unacceptable.
The attorney for Coventry Sen. Nicholas Kettle also said the lawmaker no longer plans to resign from the General Assembly.
The equipment is used to take pictures of license plates on cars that are breaking the posted speed limit.
The Democratic congressman discusses immigration, tax cuts, PawSox and more.
DCYF is receiving millions less and it’s even worse when you add inflation to the mix.
Dexter Jackson owned a home on 708 Atwells Ave. that was condemned last year and later caught fire.
A lawsuit reveals the home that burned down over the weekend was ordered condemned by the city two years ago.
Firefighters visited the doomed home five days before it burned to the ground and found electrical issues.
“Tenant from third floor states they would not help unless there was a fire,” a city inspector reported just last week.