Tuesday’s winning photo shows freshly fallen snow in West Kingston.
Tillerson will be replaced with CIA Director Mike Pompeo.
A look behind the camera as we bring you updates on the storm all day long.
Chef Nick Rabar from Avenue N joined us in the Rhode Show kitchen making Spicy Shrimp and Barley Soup.
Collette’s resident expert and Ireland Product Manager, Diana Ditto, shares her first-hand experience in the Emerald Isle
Local Mom Blogger Courtney Caligiuri of “The Mod Mommy” shares her tips for family fun during another snow day!
The heavy snow and strong winds from Tuesday’s storm are expected to cause significant accumulations and potentially blizzard-like condition…
Local Mom Blogger Audrey McClleland of MomGenerations.com shares her big tip to pass the time this snow day: start family videos!
Tim O’Shea and Yianni Kourakis preview URI and PC’s NCAA Tournament matchups
Smithfield eliminates Mount Saint Charles, 4-1 to advance to D-I hockey semifinals
Police arrested a woman after they say she attempted to pass a counterfeit $20 bill at the Alley Cat nightclub on Saturday night.
According to Maj. David Lapatin, the victim is in surgery. It is unclear how serious the victim’s injuries are.
Employees spent Monday re-winterizing the store, putting out shovels, snowblowers and ice melt needed at least one more time before the wint…
“As soon as the first flakes start we’ll be out there treating the roads,” Cranston Highway manager John Corso said.
When Providence takes on Texas A&M Friday in the NCAA Tournament, it will be the fifth straight year Ed Cooley has his team in the big dance…
A tree fell into the Seekonk Public Library during the March 7 nor’easter, causing only slight damage on the outside, but a big mess on the …
Seekonk police will charge Todd Johnson with armed robbery while masked, assault with a dangerous weapon, kidnapping while armed with a fire…
Jesse Ferrell, 51, is accused of using a city gas card for personal use, according to police.
The mayor was at the South by Southwest festival in Austin, Texas, with members of the U.S. Conference of Mayors.
As cryptocurrencies become more mainstream, consumers are starting to use them for for all kinds of transactions.