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Bone Found In Search Site For Molly Bish
Eyewitness News is working Breaking News. The Worcester County District Attorney Paul Conte says a human bone was found in the search site today that may be missing teen Molly Bish. Conte says the
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Electrical Fire Destroys Historic Yacht Club Building
TIVERTON, R.I. (AP) _ An electrical fire destroyed a historic yacht club building Tuesday, fire officials said. Fire had already spread to all three floors and had blown out the back windows by the
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Warwick Man Arraigned on Molestation Charges
Tuesday, 42-year-old Ray Laplume was arraigned in Kent County District Court and is now being held without bail. He faces charges of repeatedly molesting an 11-year-old boy. The first alleged assault
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Rehoboth Flag Returned to Owner
A vandalized flag is back in the hands of its rightful owner tonight. Last week, vandals wrote the word "lies" on Russell Thompson's American flag. A few days later, it was missing from the Rehoboth intersection
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More Taunton Layoffs
More pink slips were handed out Tuesday in Taunton. Forty-seven police officers and two dozen department of public works employees received word they're being let go.
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Governor Meets With Narragansett Indians
(Charlestown -AP) - Gov. Don Carcieri said Tuesday he can't offer any ``magic solutions'' to the financially strapped Narragansett Indian tribe.
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Baby Dies After Being Found In Homemade Fish Pond
(Exeter-AP) -- A 14-month-old Exeter girl apparently drowned Monday in a goldfish pond in her backyard.
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Police Pursuit Sends One Person To Hospital
A police chase in Fall River ends with at least one person in the hospital. The chase happened late last night on Martin Street. We know the jaws of life were used to get one victim out
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Ferry Service Just Days Away
Starting Thursday you can start catching the ferry from New Bedford to Martha's Vineyard again. Ferry Schamonchi's seasonal opening more than two weeks ago was canceled over wharf access disputes.
Voluntary Water Ban In Effect In Lincoln
Town officials say the water system can't carry enough water to meet the summer demand.
Man Linked To The Shooting Of Sgt. Cornel Young Jr. Loses Second Appeal
The U.S. Court of Appeals ruled that the judge who sentenced Aldrin Diaz did not abuse his discretion.
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New Bedford Ferry Service To Vineyard To Resume Thursday
(New Bedford-AP) -- The ferry from New Bedford to Martha's Vineyard will be running again, starting Thursday. Ferry Schamonchi's seasonal opening more than two weeks ago was canceled over wharf access
Providence Mobile Newsroom
State Police Inspector To Permanently Run Providence's Communications Department
(Providence-AP) -- A former state police inspector has been named the new director of the Providence Communications Department. William Trinque began serving as acting director in February, on loan
South County Mobile Newsroom
Man Charged With Internet Wire Fraud
(Providence-AP) -- A Pennsylvania man who prosecutors say worked with a partner from North Kingstown has been charged with Internet auction fraud. Twenty-year-old Ryan Craig of Lancaster will be
Blackstone Valley Mobile Newsroom
Cumberland Man Sentenced To 50 Years For Assualt
(Providence-AP) -- A Cumberland man has been sentenced to serve 50 years for sexual assault and burglary charges. Forty-two-year-old Kelvin Witherspoon pleaded no contest yesterday to charges including
Providence Mobile Newsroom
Mayor Cicilline: Raise Revenues By Adding More Parking Meters And Tougher Enforcement
PROVIDENCE, R.I. (AP) _ Faced with a $44 million budget gap, the mayor plans raise almost $3 million from increased parking meter collections and new fines in the coming fiscal year. Mayor David Cicilline
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Cranston Eliminates Cost-of-Living Increases for Police and Fire Retirees
The Cranston City Council voted 8-1 on Monday to eliminate an annual 3% cost-of living increase for retired police officers and firefighters, a move that union offiicials say will be challanged. The
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New Community Policing Plan
Monday, Providence police pitched details to the City Council on the new community policing plan. Police Chief Dean Esserman outlined the proposal for the council. It will divide the city into nine
Club Fire Tragedy
Great White Having Trouble Kicking Off Benefit Tour
PROVIDENCE, R.I. (AP) _ Proceeds from Great White's planned tour are expected to go to a fund benefiting survivors of the West Warwick nightclub fire, but the band's financial troubles have kept the tour
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