Despite the ongoing problems with the online benefits system, the Dept. of Administration director said it “will ultimately be the right cho…
The plea agreement does not mention the sex trafficking charges.
DHS told Eyewitness News the issue could potentially affect those who used the customer portal on a public computer and failed to close the …
The decision is a blow to the hopes of Mattiello’s Republican challenger, Steven Frias, who is down by 85 votes.
Republicans allege the Democratic speaker’s campaign misused mail ballots, but his lawyer has dismissed the suggestion.
Administrators at two facilities claim they are owed more than $1 million from the state for patients with pending Medicaid applications.
Medical Center director denies the hospital has cleanliness issues.
State police audio recordings give inside look at investigation into Federal Hill murder from 1978.
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Marijuana legalization in Massachusetts is pushing Rhode Island officials to examine the issue.
Chief Sachem Matthew Thomas has stayed in power despite an impeachment last month.
The science behind building a seat that provides good safety belt fit for the typical 4 to 8-year-old passenger has improved significantly.
In 2015, the city did 1,030 inspections, and the number of violations more than doubled to 7,545.
The VAMC spokesperson insists pictures do not depict the current state of cleanliness in the facility.
He’s accused of returning construction materials purchased by a homeowner and keeping the cash for himself.
The business received a $150,000 loan and is now more than 200 days late on payments.
After the initial story aired on Eyewitness News, the executive director of Save the Bay contacted Target 12 and alerted us about another po…
Emails included conversations about partner-swapping. Superintendent says children were never at risk.
A political roundtable examines and analyzes the campaign 2016 season.
In a letter obtained by Target 12 dated November 8, the USDA Food and Nutrition Service wrote that “continued corrective action is urgently …
Target 12 is uncovering a bizarre twist to the state’s new controversial benefits system.
Five years after the landmark pension reform law went into effect, labor leaders say they may want to revisit it with lawmakers.
A guide to how mail ballots work in Rhode Island.
“If this thing had been facing toward me,” says Sorel, “I wouldn’t be here talking to you. I’d be dead. It came out like a shotgun shell.”
Johnston Police Chief Richard Tamburini said St. Laurent – who was 75 – appears to have died of natural causes.