An hourlong debate between the three candidates competing in the Democratic primary: Frank Ferri, Dan McKee and Ralph Mollis.
An hourlong debate between the three candidates: Democrats Frank Caprio and Seth Magaziner, and independent Ernie Almonte.
Former prosecutor’s car was stolen containing case files.
A Statehouse lobbyist who failed to disclose that he loaned money to former House Speaker Gordon Fox has now said the loan was for $10,000.
RI House Speaker asked about “certain individuals” in 38 Studios deal by state police.
This week on Newsmakers: Rhode Island House Speaker Nicholas Mattiello, D-Cranston.
The secretary of state is examining whether former state Rep. Ray Rickman violated the law by loaning money to the ex-speaker.
The Cumberland mayor, a candidate for lieutenant governor, says his opponent isn’t who should examine possible wrongdoing.
A lawyer said he wants to finish an examination of possible violations by a key figure in the Curt Schilling deal “as soon as possible.”
A political roundtable discusses Buddy Cianci’s announcement that he’s running for mayor of Providence.
Cianci signed a decree in 1991 that forced Providence to give municipal retirees costly annual pension increases of 5% and 6%.
Former House Speaker Gordon Fox had a personal loan from a registered legislative lobbyist for several years.
Plunder Dome’s star witness reflects back at dramatic hidden video shown during Cianci’s trial and ahead to the former mayor’s candidacy.
Vincent “Buddy” Cianci can once again run for Mayor of Providence thanks to a three-decade-old change to the state’s constitution.
Secretary of State Ralph Mollis has sent letters to key players involved in the deal to retroactively register and appear at a hearing.
Matthew “Matty” Guglielmetti will find a very different mob from the one he left a decade earlier.
Financially troubled Wyatt Detention Center placed into receivership by Judge.
A 20 percent decline in the number of deputy sheriffs is potentially threatening to courthouse security.
The woman said she woke up in a Brown University dorm room and didn’t know how she got there.
Caprio, who lost the 2010 governor’s race, has a double-digit lead in the Democratic primary for his old job as general treasurer.
The poll shows 44% of Democratic primary voters say the state shouldn’t pay the 38 Studios bonds, while 43% say the state should.
The poll shows 33% of primary voters support Angel Taveras, 29% back Gina Raimondo, 12% back Clay Pell and 22% are undecided.
New Providence VA Medical Center Director answers concerns posted by local veterans about service at the VA hospital.
This week on Newsmakers an education debate with Tim Duffy, Ex. Director of the R.I. Association of School Committees, and James Parisi of t…
The bus driver involved in the accident that claimed the life of a court security officer has been involved in four accidents since 2008.