State attorney general aims to stop online plans for 3D guns
State attorney general aims to stop online plans for 3D guns

Rhode Island's attorney general is demanding that federal officials stop the online spread of blueprints showing how to make 3D-printed plastic guns.

Police release suspects' names in East Providence shooting
Police release suspects' names in East Providence shooting

East Providence police have released the names of two suspects in a shooting in the city last week that left a third man injured.

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Sports Minute: Here is the latest New England sports news from The Associated Press
Sports Minute: Here is the latest New England sports news from The Associated Press

UConn has postponed plans to put a club for season ticket holders inside its football stadium. It would have displaced a memorial statue to slain player Jasper Howard. Spokesman Pat McKenna says the school had planned to...

June 8th, 3:36 am
The Latest: Northeastern US, eastern Canada leaders meet
The Latest: Northeastern US, eastern Canada leaders meet

The Latest on the meeting of northeastern governors and eastern Canada premiers (all times local):

17 hrs 11 mins ago
Rhode Island team heads to Little League World Series
Rhode Island team heads to Little League World Series

A Rhode Island little league baseball team is headed to the big game.

August 13th, 12:19 pm
Police officer accused of going easy on lawmaker's sister
Police officer accused of going easy on lawmaker's sister

A Rhode Island police officer is receiving criticism from people who say he showed preferential treatment to the sister of a U.S. congressman.

August 13th, 12:03 pm
State lawmaker backs an increasing amount in grants
State lawmaker backs an increasing amount in grants

Rhode Island Democratic House Speaker Nicholas Mattiello has sponsored more state grants individually than any other state lawmaker at a value of more than $205,000.

August 13th, 11:39 am
Feds, Providence school reach agreement on English learners
Feds, Providence school reach agreement on English learners

The U.S. Justice Department says it has reached an agreement with the Providence Public Schools to provide better services for students who aren't fluent in English.

August 13th, 11:23 am
Rhode Island officials to meet to discuss elections security
Rhode Island officials to meet to discuss elections security

Rhode Island officials are meeting to discuss how to ensure that elections in the state are secure.

August 13th, 10:34 am
Rhode Island celebrates Victory Day, debate lingers on name
Rhode Island celebrates Victory Day, debate lingers on name

Rhode Island continues to mark the end of World War II as a state holiday, although it remains the only state in the U.S. to do so.

August 13th, 9:55 am
Northeast governors, eastern Canada premiers meet in Vermont
Northeast governors, eastern Canada premiers meet in Vermont

A group of northeastern governors and premiers from eastern Canada will be meeting in Vermont, where they are expected to discuss a variety of joint issues amid a trade dispute between Washington and Ottawa.

August 13th, 12:26 am
Ring returned to man after 45 years in a pond
Ring returned to man after 45 years in a pond

A man in Massachusetts has been reunited with his class ring decades after it was lost.

August 12th, 4:26 pm
Man charged with drunken driving, 2 people injured
Man charged with drunken driving, 2 people injured

A man has been charged with drunken driving in connection to a Rhode Island crash between his Jeep and a moped carrying two people.

August 12th, 3:14 pm
Quasi-public agency invests in drinking water projects
Quasi-public agency invests in drinking water projects

A quasi-public agency says it's investing more than $18 million in drinking water projects in Rhode Island.

August 12th, 10:58 am
Treasurer: 50,000 people get $15.2M in unclaimed property
Treasurer: 50,000 people get $15.2M in unclaimed property

The state treasurer's office says $15.2 million in unclaimed property was returned to nearly 50,000 Rhode Island residents in the last fiscal year.

August 12th, 9:54 am
Morning surprise: Boa constrictor found under car hood
Morning surprise: Boa constrictor found under car hood

Woah, it's a boa! One Massachusetts resident popped their car hood to check fluids to find a boa constrictor staring right back.

August 11th, 5:46 pm
State dairy farm of the year named
State dairy farm of the year named

A dairy farm in Rhode Island has been named the state's outstanding dairy farm of the year.

August 11th, 4:26 pm
Secretary of state reminds voters of registration deadline
Secretary of state reminds voters of registration deadline

The deadline to register to vote in the Connecticut primary is quickly approaching.

August 11th, 2:41 pm
Police arrest 2 in connection to shooting
Police arrest 2 in connection to shooting

Police in Rhode Island have arrested two people in connection to a shooting that injured a man.

August 11th, 1:53 pm
Rhode Island port awarded grant for new barge service
Rhode Island port awarded grant for new barge service

U.S. Sen. Jack Reed says a port in Rhode Island has been awarded a federal grant to get ready for a new barge service.

August 11th, 11:45 am
Shoppers, retailers enjoy tax-free weekend in Massachusetts
Shoppers, retailers enjoy tax-free weekend in Massachusetts

Massachusetts shoppers are welcoming the state's first sales tax holiday in three years.

August 11th, 9:45 am
Amid trade dispute, New England and Canadian leaders to talk
Amid trade dispute, New England and Canadian leaders to talk

Some of the political leaders from the New England states and the premiers of the five eastern Canadian provinces will be meeting at a Vermont ski resort while a bitter trade dispute simmers between Washington and Ottawa.

August 11th, 9:21 am
Officials probing Salve Regina football hazing allegations
Officials probing Salve Regina football hazing allegations

Officials have launched an investigation into allegations of hazing of football players at Salve Regina University in Rhode Island.

August 10th, 7:05 pm
Reporter accused of assaulting man at mayoral debate
Reporter accused of assaulting man at mayoral debate

A Latino Public Radio Reporter accused of putting his hands around another man's neck during an altercation at a Providence mayoral debate has been charged with simple assault.

August 10th, 4:01 pm
West Nile found in mosquito samples in Rhode Island
West Nile found in mosquito samples in Rhode Island

Officials say two mosquito samples in Rhode Island have tested positive for the West Nile Virus.

August 10th, 1:45 pm
Providence regulates scooters that showed up without warning
Providence regulates scooters that showed up without warning

The city of Providence has decided to allow electric rental scooters on a trial basis, after a California company left the scooters on public sidewalks without warning.

August 10th, 12:41 pm

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