URI President says false alarm prompted him to push to arm campus police.
The president of the University of Rhode Island discusses the future of the flag ship school.
“It doesn’t paint the mayor in a very favorable position,” city council president says of letter.
Dr. Christina Stanley, Rhode Island’s chief medical examiner, was placed on paid administrative leave Wednesday.
A total of 107 signatures were delivered Tuesday, calling for a special meeting.
“We need some cash right now, our cash flow is pretty low,” said fire official.
In the wake of the Chattanooga shootings, Jack Reed and Sheldon Whitehouse are both concerned about terrorists’ use of the Web.
Rhode Island’s junior senator weighs in on the president’s Iran deal, Bernie Sanders’ challenge to Hillary Clinton and much more.
Dozens of group home clients were sent letters to settle any potential future cases.
Former on-call medical examiner for Rhode Island pleads no contest to official misconduct in out-of-state case.
“…we await a formal request from you to engage,” state says to Coventry officials.
“I’ve been doing this a while – I think most people are aware that beaches generally don’t explode,” one professor said.
As of June, 44 Rhode Island inmates have been sent to other states to serve their time.
A Target 12 investigation prompted a review of Craig Price’s prison record.
Senate President Teresa Paiva Weed says she was “disappointed” House Speaker didn’t take up toll bill.
The Senate President discusses tolls, PawSox, her future and more.