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.
North Kingstown Park and Ride lot being closed, commuters being sent to Wickford Junction.
Rhode Island’s senior senator, the top Democrat on the Senate Armed Services Committee, offered veiled criticism of President Obama on ISIS.
Senator Jack Reed on France, Syria, refugees and President Obama’s foreign policy strategy.
Detective says illegal operations offer something online sites can’t.
The story of the Park Ave. Bridge – and its wasted costs – is one that state officials do not want to repeat.
Reps. Aaron Regunberg and Michael Chippendale got into a heated exchange during the first half of this week’s taping of WPRI 12’s Newsmakers…
Two lawmakers have a heated exchange on the question of allowing Syrian refugees into Rhode Island.
A Patriots matchup with the Jets has the highest number of fan arrests and protective custodies on average than any other visiting team.
Mayor Don Grebien, D-Pawtucket, discusses the latest on the PawSox.
The 88 year-old Luigi Manocchio is on three years of probation after getting released from home confinement.
Dr. Nicole Alexander Scott of the Dept. of Health and Maria Montanaro from the Dept. of Behavioral Health on overdose deaths in RI.
Former EDC board members sent Chafee internal memo critical of his decisions at the agency.
The new owner of the bar at the center of a bribery scandal is still waiting to find out if the business will be approved for a new liquor l…
Target 12 Investigator Tim White discusses what’s being done to reverse the increase in claims by state employees.
A five-person team at the Dept. of Labor and Training examines workers’ comp fraud allegations.
The cost of workers’ comp claims by state employees has increased 30 percent in five years.
Raimondo says independent investigation into 38 Studios would be too costly
Governor Raimondo on education spending, tolling truckers and a 38 Studios investigation.
Steven Catanzaro said his office didn’t verify employment dates.
If convicted, state official said they will move to permanently revoke Paul Labbadia’s pension
Paul Labbadia pleaded not guilty to two counts of obtaining money under false pretenses and one count of filing a false document.
Commissioner Wagner weighs in on standardized tests, charter schools and other education policies