A public funeral service is planned for Thursday for college student held in North Korea.
The Rhode Island General Assembly is putting off debate on line-item veto authority in favor of studying it more instead.
The Rhode Island Supreme Court has reinstated the unemployment benefits for a worker fired after posting negative comments about his supervi…
Transit police said the suspect grabbed the valuable instrument after it was left behind.
Any plans to enter the water for a swim at the beach may not be advisable.
The agency says work on the bridge, which connects Bristol to Aquidneck Island, will be finished in time for Bristol’s oldest-in-the-nation …
The closure is part of a two-year construction project.
Police said the partners will begin serving after training is complete and they pass certification.
The plan includes tax relief for car owners, a pilot program for tuition-free community college, cuts to government spending and no major ta…
The assault occurred after the panhandler was told to leave the area.
Sen. Stephen Archambault, a Smithfield Democrat, tells WPRO-AM he “overreacted” during a Senate Judiciary Committee hearing last week.
Nathan Beaumier is accused of spraying graffiti on the Providence landmark.
The man was hit while in his Tallman Street apartment Monday afternoon.
The proposed law would ban handheld phone use while driving.
The former council president says Matos “stands to benefit directly from this rule change” because it comes with a roughly $2,000 pay bump.
5 things to know about the race that could shape the 2018 midterms.
Michael McCarthy didn’t take the stand in his own defense Monday.
No arrests have been made at this time.
A closer look at where the candidates seeking to replace recalled Councilman Kevin Jackson stand on the issues.
Doctors say staring down at your cell phone or tablet screen could cause serious, long-term pain.