Rhode Island Gov. Gina Raimondo could take on a more national political role.
A regional power grid operator in Rhode Island has terminated a contract for a proposed $1 billion natural gas-fired power plant.
Scientists have developed a video simulation of how whales become entangled in fishing lines, and say the technology could help lead to new and safer gear designs.
Rhode Island's secretary of state is receiving increasing pushback over her decision to remove birth dates from the public voter database, which she says protects voters from identity theft.
Brown University graduate students have decided to unionize. A four-day secret ballot election ended Monday at the Ivy League campus in Providence. About 60 percent of the nearly 1,000 students who voted favored joining...
Jalen Adams had 21 points to lead five UConn players in double figures as the Huskies pulled away from Cornell for a 91-74 win. Christian Vita added 19 points for the Huskies, one of four UConn guards to score at least 10...
Police have charged a Massachusetts prison guard with trying to smuggle drugs into the facility to sell to inmates.
Brown University graduate students have voted to unionize.
The American Civil Liberties plans to challenge a Rhode Island policy that bars vanity license plate applications deemed indecent.
Providence officials are scheduled to give a final vote on a zoning change that would allow a proposed 46-story skyscraper.
The state Ethics Commission is considering whether to dismiss a complaint against a Rhode Island Supreme Court justice over his involvement in a decision about clergy sex abuse.
Former Rhode Island first lady Suzanne Carcieri (kuh-CHEHR'-ee) is being laid to rest a day after hundreds of people gathered for her wake.
With recreational marijuana sales beginning in neighboring Massachusetts, Democratic Gov. Gina Raimondo "remains open" to exploring options for Rhode Island.
The seaside town where the Pilgrims came ashore in 1620 is making sure Native Americans aren't an afterthought in its 400th anniversary commemoration.
Gas prices are falling just in time for the holiday season.
With recreational marijuana sales beginning in neighboring Massachusetts, Connecticut's new governor-elect says he continues to support legalization in his state.
Connecticut Gov.-elect Ned Lamont says he continues to support tolling only big rigs, despite a new study that shows more money can be generated from wider-ranging tolling.
A judge in Rhode Island has ruled that a man who spent decades in prison for molesting children did not violate his probation by putting incorrect information on a marriage license application.
A dilapidated building that featured an unflattering public mural of a Rhode Island mayor wearing a crown and sitting on a toilet has been torn down.
Three Democratic senators have filed a lawsuit challenging the appointment of Matthew Whitaker as acting attorney general.
Rhode Island's top tourism official has been named the new head of the Greater Boston Convention & Visitors Bureau.
The Red Cross says it's helping three Providence families who were displaced by a fire in the city's Silver Lake neighborhood.
The Rhode Island Community Food Bank says the cost of food in the state has increased by 15 percent over the past two years, outpacing wage growth.
The Providence Emergency Management Agency is planning to conduct tests of the Port of Providence Emergency Siren Warning System,
A Rhode Island company has been awarded a $3.5 million federal grant for its work to improve the aerodynamic performance of wind turbines.