Attorney William Harsch was hired by Coventry Fire District board to investigate Chief Paul Labbadia.
The head of the Rhode Island State Police discusses its investigations; the Community Food Bank’s chief on hunger in Rhode Island.
The city hires private detective to investigate employees and retirees it believes are committing fraud.
A Target 12 review found there have been 23 Law Enforcement Bill of Rights hearings in five years.
Rhode Island’s governor-elect discusses her election victory, what she plans to do in her first year, and how she’ll tackle the budget defic…
Elorza, a Democrat and the mayor-elect of Providence, discusses his victory over Buddy Cianci and his plans for his first year in office.
Even with Providence facing a projected budget gap, the new mayor said “raising taxes is not an option.”
The Coventry Fire District board has voted to hire longtime attorney William Harsch to run an independent investigation into possible miscon…
Fire Chief Paul Labbadia was suspended with pay during an emergency meeting on Nov. 3 in the wake of a months-long Target 12 undercover inve…
Mafia capo regime returns to Rhode Island from federal prison to face state charges.
Licensed salvage yard owners complain the state is doing little to crack down on illegal operators.
It was the first time since 1960 that the Democratic Party won a clean sweep of the Rhode Island ballot including Mayor of Providence. This …
The Coventry Fire District’s board voted Monday night to suspend Chief Paul Labbadia with pay pending an investigation following last week’s…
Four lawmakers are calling for the resignation of the Coventry Fire District’s chief in the wake of Target 12 undercover investigation.
A debate between the leading candidates for lieutenant governor: Democrat Dan McKee and Republican Catherine Taylor.
The chief of the Coventry Fire District – which has the highest tax rate in any local fire district – was seen drinking, smoking and golfing…
Mobster convicted of shaking down strip clubs for protection money is released from prison.
A hopeful for state representative was investigated by police after inappropriate texts were sent to 18 year old student.
A political roundtable breaks down the new WPRI 12/Journal poll on the Rhode Island election and previews the finale of the campaign.
The exclusive new survey reveals Peter Kilmartin, Nellie Gorbea and Seth Magaziner are all ahead by double-digits, while Dan McKee is up by …
John Sauro is suing the city claiming harassment over the suspension of his disability pension.
Jorge Elorza, Buddy Cianci and Daniel Harrop all attacked the city’s struggles with crime, schools and finances.
The U.S. attorney’s office has spent months digging into the evidence they gathered in the March raids that triggered Fox’s resignation.
38 Studios decision – delayed for six days – is expected Wednesday.
Despite deadline, no decision in lobby hearings focused on providence attorney Michael Corso.