Steve Frias on why he wants to unseat House Speaker Nicholas Mattiello for state representative, and the debate around releasing 38 Studios …
Town by town data shows which areas have more concealed carry permits than others and how two sides of the issue want the law changed.
Three cases swirling around 38 Studios are leading to mounting legal fees.
Rhode Island native and national political strategist Tad Devine
Police are monitoring both the Hells Angels and Outlaws motorcycle clubs, rival gangs that have had clashes in the past.
Members of an Atlanta Patriots fan club say mobster Francis “Cadillac Frank” Salemme attended their gatherings under an assumed name.
If the wind farm is built, New Bedford’s underused terminal could get a boost, Mitchell said.
Francis “Cadillac Frank” Salemme got his nickname from the famous car, and an alleged scam.
Former mob boss Francis “Cadillac Frank” Salemme will appear in a Boston courtroom to face murder charges Wednesday afternoon.
Joe Paolino Jr., Frank Caprio Sr. and Richard Weiner reminisce; Dawson Hodgson calls for documents to be released.
Decision comes after a Target 12 investigation raised serious questions about where he lives.
Dept. of Revenue Director Robert Hull on state income tax returns, and the latest on the Carnevale residency saga with the head of Common Ca…
Thursday’s decision means the Democratic lawmaker will not be eligible to run for re-election unless he wins an appeal.
WPRI Investigative Reporter Tim White joined the Rhode Show on Thursday to discuss his new book “The Last Good Heist”.
Mayor Elorza said he is “deeply disappointed” in the elections chief’s decision and will still send a police officer to offer his comments.
Rep. Joe McNamara, the state Democratic Party chairman, said Carnevale “has embarrassed his colleagues in the House.”
A Providence building official said records show no permit was pulled if basement bedroom – Carnevale says he uses – was built.
After 20 years of storage in a basement prone to flooding, state officials removed historic documents.
House Minority Leader Brian Newberry has decided to step down from the leadership role next year.
Republicans say the embattled lawmaker should not be allowed on the ballot until it’s determined if he lives in his district.
State Rep. Brian Newberry, R-North Smithfield, explains why he no longer wants to be House Minority Leader, but still seeking reelection.
Cranston officer who claims he was coerced into accepting a demotion, has dropped a lawsuit against for colonel, but the city is still on th…
Public Safety Commissioner Steven Pare called the embattled state lawmaker’s request “highly unusual.”
A discussion on local and national politics.
The embattled lawmaker now says he lived outside of Providence for a year – but he repeatedly said otherwise in government documents.