Former lawmaker Leon Tejada learns his fate in tax and wire fraud case.
Police alleged David LaPlante’s home sale will include tens of thousands of dollars in improvements, paid for by taxpayers.
A two-year legal battle between the brother of a Providence city councilman and a Democratic state rep.
The Warwick School District is trying to stop the sale of a home that police allege is filled with items paid for with taxpayer money.
As first reported by Target 12, Jenny Roungreuang, 26, was terminated after about four months on the job.
A new state-commissioned assessment offers a brutal take on the cost of bringing the 109-year-old “Castle of the People” back to life.
Call-taker’s cell phone has been seized and is being examined for clues.
A brawl in the ACI intake center left an officer suspended and a visitor charged, but the case was dismissed.
David LaPlante is accused of five counts of unlawful conversion for using school district funds to allegedly buy hundreds of items for himse…
The bill puts a 10-year statute of limitations on tax collection.
Records indicate Detective Robert Kramer has been accused of excessive force by suspects five times in the last nine years.
Target 12 obtained the exclusive time lapse video of the collapse that injured six people in September.
Council Majority Leader Kevin Jackson says he’ll file two-and-a-half years worth of campaign finance reports this week.
The Grist Mill lawsuit states the bananas were “not properly loaded so as to prevent shifting of cargo.”
Target 12 reveals the cost of dozens of travel junkets over the past year by Providence city officials, including Mayor Elorza.
Mayor Elorza’s out-of-state travel included trips to Guatemala, China and London last year.
Alexander Bradley claimed Hernandez shot him a couple of weeks after the Patriots’ 2012 football season ended.
A local non-profit will return almost $400,000 from a taxpayer funded grant.
The Department of Environmental Management is investigating a complaint about illegally dumped oil at a Warwick home owned by Rep. Joe Trill…
According to Rhode Island State Police Major Joe Philbin, the investigation determined Griffin used $3645 from the health care fund to pay o…
South Kingstown police explain why the hate crime statute does not apply to the Thomas Giese case.
Tribe members told us they want answers about a $350,000 federal grant from 2010.
Drop in revenue blamed on more rollover jackpots in recent years.
The Johnston School District student activity account brought in close $250,000 last school year.
The city is paying an outside law firm $230 per hour to handle its battle with the firefighters.