The recall covers certain Fusions, including gas-electric hybrids, from the 2014 and 2015 model years.
Ortega and Las Palmas products are being pulled from shelves because the allergens are not named among the ingredients.
A Woonsocket man was sentenced Tuesday to nine years and two months in federal prison for distributing crack cocaine and being a felon in possession of a firearm.
A facility for homeless women and children is set to open next month in North Providence, with the former police chief of the city and his wife at the center of the project.
Police seized 58 grams of heroin and more than $1,000 in cash from the family’s apartment on Front Street in New Bedford.
A Providence man’s appeal of his conviction for killing his three-month-old baby daughter was once again denied by the Rhode Island Supreme Court Tuesday.
The City Council president and former mayoral candidate acknowledged he failed to disclose his role in a real estate partnership.
While there is no official confirmation about what the investigation entails, an Eyewitness News crew on scene witnessed the body put on a stretcher and into the medical examiner’s truck.
Adrian Peterson was suspended without pay for at least the rest of the season by the NFL on Tuesday.
Target 12 Investigator Tim White examines a controversial law designed to protect police that, in extreme cases, could cost taxpayers big.
Police say a couple who stole hundreds of dollars’ worth of shrimp from grocery stores in Massachusetts and New Hampshire have been captured.
Angel Valerio, who was 19 when Aynis Vargas was shot and killed, admitted to three counts of assault with a dangerous weapon and conspiracy in a courtroom in April.
JerShon Cobb and Sanjay Lumpkin combined for 31 points to help Northwestern beat Brown 69-56 on Monday night.
LaDontae Henton scored 12 points to lead Providence to a dominating 66-45 win over Binghamton on Monday night.
A statewide task force made up of advocates and survivors is pushing to change the approach to sex trafficking by training police to work with victims, instead of against them.
As a grand jury weighs possible criminal charges against the white police officer who fatally shot Michael Brown, Missouri’s governor has again activated the National Guard in an effort to avoid more unrest in the St. Louis suburb of Ferguson.