The state’s Supreme Court ruled Frank Corrente can continue to collect a reduced pension.
The union claims some students are even “taunting teachers with threats” of contacting DCYF.
Joseph Esposito, 71, is accused of selling marijuana and butane oil to an undercover officer on multiple occasions.
More than 1.600 government positions are on-hold by a little-known personnel rule, giving workers the right to return to their old jobs.
The newly announced Republican candidate discusses why he’s challenging Sheldon Whitehouse as well as hot topics in the news.
The head of the state crime lab confirmed the state police dropped off evidence from last week’s shooting.
Donald Morgan is now wanted for lifting jackets from the Warwick Mall two days before cruiser theft.
The superintendent of the state police helped the passenger of a pickup truck who was seriously injured in last week’s shooting.
The woman said Donald Morgan and Joseph Santos were “friends,” having met at a rehabilitation center in Cranston.
The two conservative activists discuss the Republican tax reform bill and President Trump’s first year in office.
A witnesses who shared video of a dramatic police shooting on social media said truck lurched at officers prior to shooting.
Rhode Island mobster Robert “Bobby” DeLuca is expected to testify in Boston against former mob boss “Cadillac Frank” Salemme.
One of Speaker Mattiello’s aides kept the lucrative perk for three years despite going to work at the State House.
In an exclusive interview, an inmate who served time with Craig Price said the admitted murderer stabbed him multiple times.
Jasiel Correia and Linda Perreira debated issues ranging from crime to city finances in Fall River during their final debate of the season.
The two hopefuls discuss plans for a new $265-million high school, their visions on economic development and more.
Identified by police as an independent outlaw biker, C.J. Nordstrom talks about feuds with the Hells Angels and his time in the boxing ring.
Rep. Teresa Tanzi said state police have reached out to her as part of their review into harassment allegations.
Tanzi, D-South Kingstown, discusses sexual harassment at the State House and elsewhere; RIDOT Director Peter Alviti gives an update on Rhode…
Peter Neronha said other states have law that allows files from closed cases to be opened.
A conversation with Democratic candidate for the office of R.I. Attorney General Peter Neronha.
Craig Price is set to go to trial in January for allegedly stabbing a fellow inmate earlier this year.
Laptops stolen from basement office at the RI State House, suspect arrested at city hall.
The school principal filed an incident report nearly two months after children claimed they were touched by a teacher.
“Rhode Island has a well-earned reputation for political corruption, and that reputation is holding this state back,” he said.