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21 September 2018
Cranston RI firefighters worked a dwelling fire on Depot Ave this morning.
Two Rhode Island School of Design employees were put on administrative leave after being tied to a party with underage drinking. The incident took place off-campus over the weekend. One of the individuals is a staff member and the other is an adjunct faculty member.
A Fall River man accused of leading police on a chase into Rhode Island is expected to appear in court Monday. Fall River police said the chase started when 20-year-old Bryan Figueroa began smashing windows at the police department with a baseball bat.
Warwick police searching for an alleged armed robber after woman enters gas station demanding money
Local police are trying to keep trouble off the roads on this St. Patrick's Day. They're out there. So if you drink on this St. Patrick’s Day, and you drive, they'll find you
Police say the driver of this white pickup was adjusting his blue tooth when he crashed into a building. He wasn't hurt and won't be charged
A female pedestrian was struck by a car early Thursday morning in Upper South Providence. Police said they believe the woman ran from behind a parked car as she tried to cross Somerset Street at about midnight.
One person was taken to the hospital after being struck by a vehicle early Monday morning. The crash occurred just after midnight near the intersection of Dean Street and Broadway.
Officials say a fire department supervisor has been reassigned for failing to act on an inspection report before a deadly fire in Rhode Island. Public Safety Commissioner Steven Pare said Wednesday the unidentified supervisor has been reassigned from the Providence Fire Department's Fire Prevention Bureau to an engine company.
A 23-year-old Warwick man is accused of abusing his 2-month-old son. olice said Alexander Walsh was charged with three counts of first-degree child abuse and one count of second-degree child abuse. He was also charged with an unrelated burglary count.
Rhode Island State Police arrested a brother and sister in connection to animal cruelty involving pit bulls. 26-year-old Julie McDougall, of Providence is being charged with one count of Felony Cruelty to Animals and two counts of Misdemeanor Cruelty to Animals. 18-year-old Paul Thibeau, of Roslindale, is being charged with one count felony of cruelty to animals.
A Providence man accused of killing a North Providence woman and mutilating her body appeared in Superior Court Tuesday morning. The judge ordered John Seal, 57, held without bail following his arraignment on murder and mutilation charges
A Portsmouth man has been charged with DUI after police say he collided head-on with another car. According to Portsmouth police, Michael Lima was driving his green Cadillac on East Main Road Monday evening when he crossed the center line and struck a white Chevrolet head-on.
Officials say one person was injured in an early morning house fire that may have been sparked when the power came back on. First responders were called to the home in Barrington around 1 a.m. Sunday. Crews at the scene treated a woman for smoke inhalation, but fire officials say she refused medical transport.
Driver cited for refusing breathalyzer in crash that injured 4 in Providence
A South Kingstown woman is being charged in connection with a fatal crash that killed two people in East Greenwich back in January, according to Rhode Island State Police
What appeared to be a classic car crashed into a Cranston storefront Thursday morning. The Pontiac Catalina crashed into the front door of a Sir Speedy print shop at Park Avenue and Victory Street just as it was opening.
Fire out in Blackstone, but the chief tells us about the condition of the woman injured and how she thinks the fire started
Woonsocket Police say they have arrested two Hamlet Middle School students after bullets were found in a first-floor bathroom. The bullets were found in the school bathroom on February 16th. Upon receiving reports of the found bullets, Woonsocket police immediately began an investigation.
A bus carrying high school students was involved in an accident Tuesday morning in Coventry. According to police, the accident happened on a four-way intersection on Route 102 at Harkney Hill Road just before 7:00 a.m. Tuesday.
Two Spruce Street residents are facing charges after police said they caused several disturbances at their home over the weekend, the last which ended when police said one attempted to fight with an officer and the second made threats of violence toward them
Warwick Police said an arrest has been made in connection to Wednesday’s hit-and-run that left a Warwick man seriously injured. Eduardo Amaral, 31, was struck 840 Post Road just before 9:00 p.m. Wednesday, and rushed to Rhode Island Hospital, where he remained in stable condition
Providence: Police investigating another pedestrian involved hit-and-run crash.
Warwick police are looking the suspect in a hit and run crash that seriously inured a man
Two 19-year-olds and a juvenile have been charged with breaking into a home, assaulting the man that lived there and stealing thousands of dollars from him, Rhode Island State Police said Monday afternoon
Investigation underway after a man's body is pulled from the Providence River
About 1,660 national gridus customers are without power across the area this morning
Pawtucket police are investigating an early morning home invasion on 273 Weeden Street. Detective Sargent Timothy Graham told ABC6 News that the home invasion happened at approximately 4:00 a.m. Friday.
A Johnston man has been given a citation by Rhode Island State Police after a tractor-trailer rollover accident on I-95 North. Police say 43-year-old Artemio Cortez lost control of the tractor-trailer, which was carrying scrap metal, while heading toward Route 6 West, hit the guardrail and rolled over.
Central Falls police have identified Christian Huertas, 22, as the victim of Sunday night’s fatal shooting on Richardson Street
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