Bipartisan bargainers are making progress toward a budget deal to prevent a partial federal shutdown this weekend.
Cranston Police confirm an autopsy is being done to determine how the person died at the multi-family home.
A state investigation is underway at Martin’s Cheese Company in Westport.
An early warm spell brought peach trees to bloom in 2016, then temperatures between -10 and -20 killed just about every blossom.
Officials are investigating the cause of the outage and working to determine how many emergency calls were affected.
Target 12 was given exclusive access to $500,000 worth of evidence seized in recent busts by Cranston Police.
The cause of Kyle Andrews’ death, and the fire at the MacColl YMCA in Lincoln are both currently under investigation.
A long-running lawsuit over the hiring practices at the ACI has reached a settlement.
Johnny Sak, 25, was sentenced Monday to serve 20 years in prison for the death of his passenger, 22-year-old Alexandra Patten Parenteau.
Crews from the Pawtucket Fire Department were called to a Park Street apartment Monday morning.
James Lombardi is accused of killing a Fall River woman, whose body was later found buried in the yard of Cranston home.
The average price of gasoline in both states is 20 cents higher this week than it was at this time last year.
Dignitaries broke ground for the ceremony Monday afternoon celebrating the building, set to be completed in 2019.
Mael Vasquez told police an intruder attacked him inside his home before he shot the man. The case is headed to a grand jury.
People planning to attend the Rhode Island Air Show next month will once again be able to take trains to the planes, and leave the automobil…
The jalapeno seasoning on some Lay’s and Miss Vickie’s Kettle Cooked potato chips may be contaminated with salmonella.
This will be the second time Mayor Jorge Elorza will discuss sanctuary cites with the Trump administration.
It was revealed in court that Otero did not own the car involved in the crash and family members told police he told them he hit someone and…
Superior Court Justice Thomas F. McGuire, Jr. handed down the order just hours before Hernandez was laid to rest.
The Pawtucket toymaker’s revenue surpassed rival Mattel’s for the first time in 17 years thanks in part to hot sales of Toilet Trouble.