Christopher Hayes signed a plea agreement on Monday.
A council advising Mayor Elorza has released a plan for targeting gun crimes.
Violent crime may be down, but police are finding more guns than ever.
The alleged scheme involved more than $71,000 in transactions from the Newport Fraternal Order of Police bank account.
City taxpayers must put $1.4 million into a fund to cover 5 loans that didn’t meet federal guidelines.
Pawtucket’s mayor says site housing vacant department store next to I-95 may be the right fit for a new PawSox stadium.
Pawtucket Mayor Don Grebien on the latest with McCoy stadium, then the head of the state’s veterans affairs.
A RIDOT work order to update the sign was placed in time, but the actual update was delayed by weather.
Business owners are voicing concerns about the structural integrity of the Belltower Plaza.
The state police hired a consultant without putting the contract – valued at $225,000 – out to bid.
Ward 3 voters will vote up or down on Councilman Jackson’s future on May 2.
Nonprofit insists renovating blighted properties improves the entire community, despite sometimes expensive taxpayer-funded renovations.
The Bristol Democrat and former House Finance Committee chair was back in federal court on Thursday.
The head of the Rhode Island State Police lashed out at Curt Schilling for “questioning the integrity” of her agency.
Retired Providence cop was shocked to find someone else’s name and number on his tax form.
Proposed measure follows an investigation by Target 12 that found six sex offenders living in three local motels.
The president of URI also acknowledged Gov. Gina Raimondo’s proposal still needs to win the support of House Speaker Nicholas Mattiello.
URI President Dr. David Dooley on the free college tuition plan, plus a political roundtable on the latest with President Trump.
The suspect’s financial crimes record had been expunged and was not picked up during her background check for her most recent job.
City officials confirm a city employee was disciplined for an “incident” at the highway department building.
A letter obtained by the Target 12 Investigators said steel reinforcement bars in the railings were apparently cut during installation.
Two of the checks involved alleged forgeries of the signature of a Sister Angela, who runs the prominent food pantry.
John Barnes hopes to use his experience to help young Rhode Islanders stay off the path that he took.
The agency’s executive director said the issue was caused by a coding error by Deloitte, the company that built the UHIP system.
A RIPTA official said the driver admitted to talking and texting after an Eyewitness News viewer caught it on camera.