One executive said the game company’s finances were not important “because Rhode Island would be paying us back.”
The speaker’s announcement is a sign this year’s General Assembly session is now heading into the homestretch.
The inside scoop on whether Peter Kilmartin will run against Gina Raimondo, state lawmakers’ Ethics issues and much more.
Eyewitness News discovered that the Pawtucket senator had not disclosed multiple liens on his home and business properties.
An ongoing jump in tax revenue as the economy improves has the state on course to close out 2015-16 with plenty of extra cash.
The total cost of the new commuter-rail stop is estimated to be $40 million, and it could open by early 2020 if approved.
The Cumberland state representative had made a splash when she became a Republican earlier this year.
In his letter, Mayor Grebien said Conley has agreed to provide his legal services on a pro bono basis.
The inside scoop on Rhode Island Democrats’ legal problems, Speaker Mattiello’s change of heart on ethics, and much more.
A new poll shows half of Rhode Island voters now the think the state is headed in the wrong direction, reversing a previous upswing.
More than half of Rhode Island voters are unhappy with the first-term governor’s job performance, a newly released poll suggests.
AEP, an organization whose books are controlled by the former lawmaker, has received at least $2.3 million from taxpayers since 2003.
The inside scoop on the Ray Gallison scandal, Governor Raimondo’s secret California fundraiser and more.
The former House Finance Committee chair talked up a nonprofit he was affiliated with to the head of an agency that soon funded it.
The governor, who has $1 million in her campaign bank account, held a two-hour fundraiser in San Francisco on Wednesday.
After Target 12 discovered job-training money was set to flow to the ex-lawmaker’s group, state officials said they will conduct an audit.
Aubrey Lombardo was listed as president of AEP, the taxpayer-funded nonprofit where former Rep. Ray Gallison worked.
Critics seized on a statement by the speaker suggesting his taxpayer-paid chief of staff was planning the ex-lawmaker’s campaign event.
The speaker said he found out during a Sunday meeting at Newport Creamery that one of his top lieutenants was in serious legal trouble.
Target 12 has learned the powerful lawmaker is facing an investigation that partly involves prostitution, though charges are not imminent.
The Bristol Democrat, a powerful member of House Speaker Nicholas Mattiello’s leadership team, is the focus of an investigation.
State transportation officials say the new signs, with project details and stop-light symbols, are part of an effort to be more transparent.
The inside scoop on why Rhode Island voters picked Trump and Sanders, Providence’s finances, what’s next for Governor Raimondo and more.
A new survey shows more than half of Rhode Island voters approve of what the state’s two U.S. senators are doing in Washington.
Rhode Island is the most pro-Trump state in the union after Tuesday, which was disappointing for John Kasich and especially Ted Cruz.
The Vermont senator handed Hillary Clinton her family’s first loss in Rhode Island since Paul Tsongas defeated Bill Clinton in 1992.
A quick play-by-play as local voters head to the polls for one of the state’s most high-profile presidential primaries ever.
One day before the primary, the GOP frontrunner told cheering supporters that bad trade deals had “destroyed Rhode Island.”
The new Public Policy Polling survey showed starkly different results for the Democratic primary than yesterday’s Brown poll.
“We’re in this fight till the last vote is cast,” the Vermont senator said during his only interview with a local television station.