EAST PROVIDENCE, R.I. (WPRI) – This week on Newsmakers: GOP candidate for governor Ken Block. Earlier this week Gov. Lincoln Chafee lashed o…
Providence lawyer Mark DeSisto will be paid $150 per hour to represent the House after the attorney general’s office determined it needed to…
Law enforcement officials throughout the state hauled in nearly $15.7 million since 2003 using the state’s asset forfeiture law.
Rhode Island State Police are investigating what happened to thousands of dollars in cash that’s missing from a local courthouse.
Former House Speaker Gordon Fox’s lawyer described more than 100 subpoenas stemming from a grand jury investigation.
According to a lawsuit filed on behalf of Jay Traylor, the guardrail penetrated through the driver’s side floorboard, “impaling Traylor.”
Guardrails are meant to protect you in a car crash, but we’ve uncovered allegations of safety concerns about a certain type on our roads.
As its founder faces trial for embezzlement and forgery, the Institute for International Sport still solicited tax deductible donations.
The former House speaker’s campaign contributions came from a who’s who list of politicians, lobbyists and political action committees.
Richard Licht, a top Chafee aide, said he never told the governor about a December 2011 meeting with 38 Studios insiders.
The well-connected lawyer at the center of the controversial deal had several lucrative agreements with Curt Schilling’s company.
Former Rhode Island House Speaker Gordon Fox has been hit with a campaign finance violation for failing to file his latest campaign finance …
District 40 Republican Michael Chippendale said he received the threatening letter last week.
Critics seized on Target 12’s findings about apparent lobbying by 38 Studios insiders to argue the officials failed to do enough.
New findings from Target 12 have forced state leaders to finally examine why Curt Schilling’s company never registered its representatives.
Secretary of State Ralph Mollis is examining whether 38 Studios violated state law based on a document obtained by Target 12.
Detective Frank Lema will be honored at the Aquidneck Island National Police Parade after he was struck down last September at the Naval Sta…
John M. Cicilline was sentenced to 18 months in prison for shaking down accused drug dealers in 2008.
Newsmakers: Lorne Adrain – candidate for Mayor of Providence, and Seth Magaziner – candidate for R.I. General Treasurer
Representatives say legislative session was business as usual.
You give up more details about your life than you realize, and Target 12 found out it’s all for sale.
The former House speaker participated in legislative proceedings Wednesday for the first time since his resignation as speaker.
A lawmaker said she plans to file a bill that would prohibit casinos from placing liens on the homes of people who have gambling debts.
The cost of car repairs after accidents has grown steadily over the past decade for Rhode Island residents.
The former House speaker told Target 12 he plans to return to the General Assembly soon.