The attorney general said it would be “fruitless” to pursue the investigation without state police support.
Complaint expected to be discussed at Tuesday Ethics Commission hearing.
The release of the documents came in response to a federal FOIA request made by Target 12.
Brenna McCabe, a spokesperson for the R.I. Department of Administration, told Target 12 in an email that Deloitte provided “about 50” on-sit…
13 years after residency rules were abolished, most employees have left Providence.
Providence police officer accused of running background check on someone for personal use.
Brother Gary lost a son and a friend to tragedy, long before he stepped into the spotlight.
Gallison faces a mandatory minimum of two years in prison.
The state’s top federal prosecutor discusses another former lawmaker being charged and what the Trump administration means for his office.
Gallison is expected to enter a ‘not guilty’ plea at Friday’s hearing as a procedural measure
Police Chief Hugh Clements says the water supply has not been contaminated.
Ken Brindamour has been charged with “developing a technical diagnosis and turnaround plan within 30 days.”
Monday’s storm sent sand and rocks past a seawall project and onto Matunuck Beach Road.
Relocation claims to the fund were up dramatically in 2016. So, what’s driving the increase?
The powerful Bristol Democrat abruptly resigned last May after becoming the subject of a law enforcement probe.
Senate President M. Teresa Paiva Weed discusses the new state budget and President Donald Trump.
The Cranston Democrat was arraigned at Providence District Court and released on $5,000 personal recognizance.
Jay Gaccione was arrested after a November raid.
Longtime mob capo regime Robert “Bobby” DeLuca pleads guilty in gangland slaying case.
Donna Travis’s attorney calls the mistake inadvertent.
Communities statewide are seeing an uptick in thefts from parked cars.
The 55-year-old Democrat turned himself into the Rhode Island State Police barracks in Scituate Thursday after learning a warrant was issued…
The Democrat turned himself into State Police Thursday afternoon.
Maine State Police will not reopen the case of a former Bristol pastor’s first wife more than 23 years ago.
Judge admonishes Ray Gallison and issues citation for “unfaithful administration” of dead man’s estate.