Target 12 gets inside access to the Providence Police Special Response Unit
The governor defends her toll proposal, discusses her new budget and explains why she plans to attend Buddy Cianci’s funeral.
The documents detail the investigative work done by detectives on five district court hopefuls and two others who are up for the position of…
The debate over Buddy Cianci’s legacy will last for decades, says analyst.
Examining the legacy of Vincent “Buddy” Cianci
First responders arrived on scene just two minutes after dispatch sounded the alarm.
The FBI has renewed their efforts to find a New England mob associate wanted for murdering a police chief
New England mob associate Donald Eugene Webb has been on the run for 35 years, wanted for murdering police chief.
The authors of a major economic study of Rhode Island discuss their findings
Spokesperson for House Speaker says RhodeWorks legislation has been pushed back until at least next month.
Senate President Teresa Paiva Weed with updates on the controversial plan to toll truckers.
A look at the future of charter schools and a journalist’s transparency battle with the federal government.
Concern over stricter laws and recent shootings spur gun sales in Rhode Island.
The two candidates vying to represent Rhode Island Senate District 11 in the Jan. 5 special election make their cases to voters.
The state’s Catholic bishop said an “enormous” number of priests have retired from active ministry in recent years.
Rhode Island’s Catholic leader discusses his 10 years at the helm, the future of the diocese, Pope Francis and more.
Rep. Jay Edwards said state has offered a list of excuses for delays
Raimondo is under pressure to say where her administration would put up tollbooths if its $600-million bond plan is enacted.
Governor Raimondo discusses the ups and downs of 2015
The retirement board was briefed on Sauro’s case, but we have learned that no action was taken.
Lawyer for Corso calls hearings a “three ring circus.”
From Politics to PawSox, breaking down 2015 in news.
State must study impact of demolition on four species of turtles and Atlantic sturgeon.
Judge orders John Sauro’s disability pension to be reinstated until he is returned to work.
The new executive editor of The Providence Journal discusses the future of the storied paper.