Two leading Democratic candidates for mayor are criticizing each other over crime-fighting plans.
Providence currently has 399 officers on the force, down nearly 100 since 2002.
Four candidates for Providence mayor sparred over taxes, crime and schools during a forum on the East Side.
With 50 days to go, there's reason to think the 32-year-old has a shot at defeating Angel Taveras and Gina Raimondo.
Ted's weekly roundup tackles the feisty fight for lt. governor, Cianci, Raimondo's TV hit on Taveras, Jack Reed's sunscreen bill and more.
All the gubernatorial candidates have plans, but – as campaign seasons consistently show – not all plans are created equal.
An hourlong debate between the three candidates competing in the Democratic primary: Frank Ferri, Dan McKee and Ralph Mollis.
Frank Ferri, Dan McKee and Ralph Mollis aggressively defended the office they’re seeking while taking repeated shots at each other.
Republican mayoral candidate Daniel Harrop said Providence has been hurt by "Buddy Cianci's incompetence and Democratic inaction."
Although the NECAP's high stakes were just lowered, the gubernatorial candidates are divided on the general issue of standardized testing.
Candidate for Providence mayor says he'll double the Port of Providence's total exports by 2019.
Eyewitness News is taking a look at the candidates for governor and their take on the issues most important to you.
Brett Smiley, a Democrat, picked up his first significant endorsement outside of the East Side – from Buddy Cianci's former driver.
The two Republicans jostling for the party's nomination for Rhode Island governor are preparing to meet for a campaign round table.
Democrat Gina Raimondo has spent the most money of the five major candidates so far, but her rival Clay Pell is close behind.
Adrain's decision signals that liberal-minded Providence residents are rallying to take on former Mayor Vincent A. "Buddy" Cianci Jr.