Target 12 has learned the powerful lawmaker is facing an investigation that partly involves prostitution, though charges are not imminent.
The Bristol Democrat, a powerful member of House Speaker Nicholas Mattiello’s leadership team, is the focus of an investigation.
RIDOC Director A.T. Wall said they are beginning a review of disciplinary confinement policies, but oppose pending legislation.
Investments are down 2.1 percent – which means taxpayers might have to pump more money into the state’s retirement system.
Treasurer Magaziner discusses the tough year for the RI pension fund, and a one-on-one with Sen. Bernie Sanders.
Former FBI agent from RI is accused of lying during Whitey Bulger trial.
Officer Jesse Ferrell was arraigned and released on $10,000 personal recognizance.
An Eyewitness News political roundtable breaks down the latest in the presidential race and local politics.
The state’s top federal prosecutor has been in touch with his counterparts in states that have legalized recreational marijuana.
Rhode Island U.S. Attorney Peter Neronha discusses an inmate reentry program and other topics.
Prominent attorney Max Wistow is now part of defense team for the Commerce Corporation as they prepare for SEC lawsuit in 38 Studios scandal…
Teachers and administrators often part ways by reaching a deal, but they come with a non-disclosure agreement.
Rhode Island and one other state have the earliest teacher termination deadline in the nation, which some administrators call a burden.
Increased taxes, changes to retiree benefits and larger payments from the city’s nonprofits are all being considered.
Mayor Elorza reacts to a bleak economic study on Providence.
Xerox ACS is paid for every ticket issued in Providence, but it was also hired to study parking spaces for the city’s big meter expansion.
Dental records over DNA may be the fastest route to identifying the human remains recovered in Providence.
Human remains recovered from FBI dig site in Providence.
Wagner discusses his proposed “empowerment schools” and other public policy issues.
Federal prosecutors have said Steven DiSarro was murdered by organized crime in 1993. The FBI is now digging for his body in Providence.
After the Target 12 Investigators broke the news of an FBI investigation digging Tuesday for an alleged human body involved in a cold case, …
“A mistake was made,” an official said after eagle-eyed viewers on social media figured out footage of a skateboarder was from overseas.
Chief Clements said “early evidence shows behavior changes in a positive way on both sides of the camera.”
Col. Clements discusses the state of the Providence Police Dept., and a proponent of legalizing pot makes the case for a pending bill.
Kevin Millette of North Smithfield appeared in a Massachusetts court Wednesday, asking a judge to toss a 24-year-old case out.
Stokes and his former deputy director will each have to pay $25,000 fine as part of agreement with feds.
Mayor Allan Fung said he was unaware he was standing next to a man dressed as an elderly woman for press conference.
The mayor discusses his 2016 reelection bid, the latest news in the city, and the rise of Donald Trump.
Anthony St. Laurent Jr. served time for his role in a scheme to collect protection money from area bookmakers.
Chief Judge William Smith recused himself from case which has been reassigned to Judge John McConnell.