Target 12 fact check on latest campaign ad claiming state wastes millions on paper timesheets.
Newsmakers: In-depth analysis of WPRI 12 / Providence Journal poll
Removing two excavators mired in muck near a runway will require building a road into a swamp.
Each of the top three democratic candidates found something to like in the WPRI 12/Providence Journal Campaign 2014 Poll, and all of them cl…
The commission now has 180 days to conduct its initial probe, meaning findings will likely be released after the election.
Engineering reports state reinforcing steel may have been cut, making the IWAY railing system less effective.
Democrats Ferri, a candidate for lieutenant governor, and Fecteau, a candidate for U.S. House, discuss their primary campaigns.
The Puerto Rican Cultural Festival says the money will be used to “stop this festival from going away.”
As the Target 12 Investigators first reported, missing money claims surfaced in April.
Republicans Catherine Taylor, running for lieutenant governor, and John Carlevale, running for secretary of state, discuss the issues.
Palumbo won the contract with a $1.7 million bid last September, which he later withdrew citing a clerical error by his LLC.
“I think this is deplorable,” Daryl Guberman said, referring to the email that aimed expletives and provocative phrases at his wife and moth…
This week on Newsmakers: Republican candidates for U.S House of Representatives in Rhode Island’s 1st District, Cormick Lynch and Stan Tran.
The $11 million, 2500 ton bridge is less than a decade old and was part of the $610 million Interstate 195 relocation project.
The Attorney General’s Office continues to review an alleged sexual assault involving local college students.
Crime issues in Providence may play bigger in the race for governor than the race for mayor.
RI Health Dept. assisted another state in investigation of chief medical examiner, results in termination.
Caprio’s resignation came as the State Police confirmed an active investigation into state beach concession contracts.
An engineering report obtained by Target 12 indicates the IWAY bridge is in need repair less than 8 years after it opened to traffic.
Family feud may have been boiling in Federal Hill beating.
A debate between the two candidates competing in the Democratic primary: Guillaume De Ramel and Nellie Gorbea.
A suit over changes to Providence’s pension system could cost the city more than $11 million over 10 years if the retirees prevail.
A native of Cranston was killed when the truck he was driving fell more than 100 feet over an embankment.
An internal survey of local veterans reveals several interesting answers about services provided by the Providence VA Medical Center.
An hourlong debate between the three candidates competing in the Democratic primary: Frank Ferri, Dan McKee and Ralph Mollis.