A series of disturbing videos posted online of a Cranston man walking his 17 year-old girlfriend around the neighborhood on a leash got the attention of authorities in the area.
A Rhode Island inmate has been running a crack cocaine distribution ring from inside prison.
The Rhode Island Dominican Festival danced its way back to Roger Williams Park for the 31st year in a row Sunday. Hundreds came out to celebrate their roots with music, dancing, food and plenty of vendors.
Portsmouth Police are investigating after a car crash Saturday night sent 5 young victims to the hospital.
Firefighters tackled a 2-alarm fire at a commercial warehouse building Sunday morning in Providence.
Mayor Grebien issued a statement today reacting to the announcement made that Pawsox are moving to Worcester.
Rhode Islanders have had a few days to let the news that the PawSox are leaving the state sink in. But it doesn't change the fact that it's a huge loss for the city and state.
Police are investigating a bank robbery Friday evening in Narragansett.
Police are investigating an overnight double shooting Saturday in the city’s Smith Hill neighborhood.
60-year-old Wayne Lee lived near the corner of Pine and Stewart streets with his girlfriend. In the early morning hours of August 6, police say the couple got in an argument. The son, Richard Price, and grandson, Richard Ramos, tried to get Lee out of the house – when a fight broke out, spilling onto the sidewalk where police later found Lee lying face down. His face was bloody and swollen, and he had slashes on his arm.
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Providence is turning its contentious school-zone speed cameras back on for the beginning of the academic year.
The Rhode Island ACLU announced a lawsuit Monday against the City of Woonsocket that centers around a domestic violence agency in the city and federal funding that Woonsocket refused to pass along.
By: Scott Cook Email: email@example.com Twitter: @JScottCook WORCESTER, M.A. (WLNE) -- If the PawSox opt to become the Woo–Sox, their proposed location for their new stadium, may be an issue. According to reports from the Massachusetts Department of Environmental Protection, the Wyman-Gordon site in Worcester’s Canal District, has a history of industrial contamination. The reports document pollutants, including hydraulic fluid, oil, lead, arsenic, and other dangerous che...
Starting Sunday night, Exit 3 on I-195, the Gano Street exit, will be closing long–term so crews can begin construction on the northern half of the Washington Bridge. The exit will remain closed until the fall of 2019.
Classes were canceled Friday at The Groden Center as workers went on strike, claiming wages are too low and staffing levels are not safe.
After news broke that the PawSox would be heading to Worcester in a couple of years, one lifelong fan went to Friday's game with tears in her eyes.