The woman said she woke up in a Brown University dorm room and didn’t know how she got there.
Caprio, who lost the 2010 governor’s race, has a double-digit lead in the Democratic primary for his old job as general treasurer.
The poll shows 44% of Democratic primary voters say the state shouldn’t pay the 38 Studios bonds, while 43% say the state should.
The poll shows 33% of primary voters support Angel Taveras, 29% back Gina Raimondo, 12% back Clay Pell and 22% are undecided.
This week on Newsmakers an education debate with Tim Duffy, Ex. Director of the R.I. Association of School Committees, and James Parisi of t…
The bus driver involved in the accident that claimed the life of a court security officer has been involved in four accidents since 2008.
Records show Fung registered to lobby on behalf of insurance giant MetLife, where he worked as legal counsel until becoming mayor.
The Providence attorney close to Gordon Fox ducked most questions about his involvement in the controversial Curt Schilling deal.
EAST PROVIDENCE, R.I. (WPRI) – This week on Newsmakers: Director of Administration Richard Licht. Just one day after Gov. Lincoln Chafee nom…
The parking vendor saw its profits surge – while some towns lost money – after parking fees at state beaches were increased in 2011.
EAST PROVIDENCE, R.I. (WPRI) – This week on Newsmakers: GOP candidate for governor Ken Block. Earlier this week Gov. Lincoln Chafee lashed o…
Providence lawyer Mark DeSisto will be paid $150 per hour to represent the House after the attorney general’s office determined it needed to…
Law enforcement officials throughout the state hauled in nearly $15.7 million since 2003 using the state’s asset forfeiture law.
The well-connected lawyer at the center of the controversial deal had several lucrative agreements with Curt Schilling’s company.
Critics seized on Target 12’s findings about apparent lobbying by 38 Studios insiders to argue the officials failed to do enough.
New findings from Target 12 have forced state leaders to finally examine why Curt Schilling’s company never registered its representatives.
Secretary of State Ralph Mollis is examining whether 38 Studios violated state law based on a document obtained by Target 12.
John M. Cicilline was sentenced to 18 months in prison for shaking down accused drug dealers in 2008.
Newsmakers: Lorne Adrain – candidate for Mayor of Providence, and Seth Magaziner – candidate for R.I. General Treasurer
A lawmaker said she plans to file a bill that would prohibit casinos from placing liens on the homes of people who have gambling debts.
This week on Newsmakers: U.S. Senator Jack Reed
Dozens of Rhode Island homeowners have faced property liens after costly trips to Connecticut casinos in recent years. Hear why it could onl…
Former House Speaker Gordon Fox has put his East Side home on the market and is looking to get $615,000 for it.
Retired firefighter John Sauro – who was collecting a tax-free disability pension when he was seen in Target 12 undercover video lifting wei…
This week on Newsmakers: Robert Walsh, Executive Director of NEARI.