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Road to the Super Bowl
Patriots win 17-14 over Titans, head to AFC Championship Game
FOXBORO, Mass. (AP) -- Adam Vinatieri kicked the New England Patriots into the AFC title game once again. B-b-b-b-barely. The hero of the snowy "Tuck Rule" game and the 2002 Super Bowl kicked a
Top Headlines
Workers Rally at Dog Track
Cranston Man Guilty of Credit Card Fraud
Former Priest James Porter Update
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1 Dead after Fire Truck and Cars Collide
Providence-AP) -- A mother has died and her four children are seriously injured after a collision with a fire truck today in Providence. The accident also sent four firefighters to the hospital. Karen
Rhode Islanders cope with freezing temperatures
(Undated-AP) -- Talk about adding insult to injury: The National Weather Service has added a wind chill warning to today�s already frigid temperatures. The advisory runs through tomorrow. Highs today
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Patriot Tickets
Workers' Assistance
(Washington-AP) -- Former employees of A-T Cross Company in Lincoln are now eligible for worker adjustment assistance. The U-S Department of Labor concluded that the workers, who were involved in the
Imported Deer Banned
(Providence-AP) -- The Department of Environmental Management has banned the importation of deer and elk from states where chronic wasting disease has been found. The ban also extends to some of the
New Details
Former executive sentenced in fraud scheme
  PROVIDENCE, R.I. (AP) -- The former president of a metals manufacturing company was sentenced to 78 months in prison for a series of fraud schemes.
Company appeals ruling on Patriots ticket dispute
   (Boston-AP) -- A Connecticut company that lost its season tickets for the Patriots is appealing a court ruling in favor of the team.  
Southeastern Massachusetts Mobile Newsroom
Man Sentenced To Prison For Scalding
(Attleboro-AP) -- A former Attleboro man has been sentenced up to ten years in prison after pleading guilty to severely scalding his girlfriend's daughter.
Senate Shakeup
Part Time Legislature
PROVIDENCE, R.I. (AP) -- A recent flurry of conflict of interest accusations has raised questions about whether Rhode Island, a state with a storied history of public corruption, can improve its ethics
Providence Mobile Newsroom
Executive Sentenced To Prison
(Providence-AP) -- The former president of a metals manufacturing company was sentenced to 78 months in prison for a series of fraud schemes.
West Bay Mobile Newsroom
Slater Hospital closing a ward of the facility
(Cranston-AP) -- The Eleanor Slater Hospital is closing a ward and will redistribute 22 patients and about 62 staff to other sections of the facility. Human Services director Jane Hayward says no employees
South County Mobile Newsroom
North Kingstown man charged with molesting 17-month old girl
(North Kingstown-AP) -- A North Kingstown man considered a friend has been charged with molesting a couple's 17-month-old daughter in their bathroom. John Bergevine (BURJ-Eh-Vine) was a next-door neighbor
Southeastern Massachusetts Mobile Newsroom
Former Priest James Porter will not be released
(New Bedford-AP) -- Former priest James Porter is scheduled to be released at the end of the month after serving nearly eleven years for child abuse. But he'll remain behind bars at least into February
URI athletic director Ron Petro will leave post
(South Kingstown-AP) -- Long-time University of Rhode Island athletic director Ron Petro will leave the post after his contract expires June 30th. Petro has held the post 12 years. In a news release
Man arrested after shooting at police officer
One man is under arrest - accused of shooting at a police officer. The Providence police officer was in his cruiser, dropping someone off on Berkshire Street when someone began shooting at him. We are
R.I. gets B- from gun safety group
(Washington-AP) -- A national gun safety group has given Rhode Island a grade of B-minus for keeping children safe from firearms. The Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence says Rhode Island�s grade
No. Kingstown resident is Art Show winner
(Providence-AP) -- A North Kingstown resident is this year�s �Scenes of Rhode Island� art show. The winning work is called �Narragansett Beach� and was created by Howard Rubenstein. He received a one-thousand-dollar
Car Crash Shuts Down Providence Exit
Providence- A car crash early this morning left an exit ramp closed for nearly an hour, and sent the driver to the hospital with serious injuries. The driver took the Eddy St. exit off of 95 South,
Woonsocket Patrolman Cleared Of One Assault Charge
WOONSOCKET, R.I. (AP) -- A District Court judge has found a Woonsocket police officer innocent of assaulting a juvenile suspect last summer over a weapons possession charge. Paul Rondeau had been accused
Health Director Tells Hospitals Not To Divert Ambulances
PROVIDENCE, R.I. (AP) -- The director of Rhode Island's health department has instructed hospitals they can no longer divert ambulances -- even if they contend they're too busy to accept more patients.
Senate Shakeup
Governor Carcieri Calls For Independent Commission
PROVIDENCE, R.I. (AP) -- Governor Carcieri called Thursday for the creation of an independent select commission.
Body of Mother and Daughter Found Dead
Lincoln rink opens
Johnston Landfill Expansion Request
AG to announce new legislation that would allow criminal charges for cases of negligence that involve injuries
Last Survivor Hospitalized From Station Nightclub Fire Goes Home
Five Rhode Island Fire Departments Get Homeland Security Money

Casino Scheme  more» 
Governor meets with chairman of Lincoln Park parent company
Executives from Lincoln Park, parent co. in court today
Poll: Majority of voters support a casino for Narragansetts
Arraignments on Friday for two Lincoln Park Employees
Park executive said proposed payment to lawyer was a 'bonus'
Former Wembley executive sues company
Lincoln Park officials charged with scheme to make payments to law firm, block Narragansett Indian Casino
Politics  more» 
Governor Carcieri Calls For Independent Commission
Senate President Bill Irons to step down as Senate President
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New Year's Resolutions Registry
Toy Assembly Tips
Safe Ice?
Low Carb Parties
Golden Globe Nominations
Confreda Greenhouses and Farms
Lord Of The Rings: The Return Of The King
Station Nightclub Fire Relief Fund
Grammy Nominations Announced
Club Fire Tragedy  more» 
Last Survivor Hospitalized From Station Nightclub Fire Goes Home
Background on Dan Biechele
Michael Derderian Background
A look at Jeff Derderian
Clubfire tragedy: speaking out
Great White tour manager disappointed by indictment
Band�s tour manager has kept a low profile since fateful fire
Events since the Feb. 20 blaze at The Station nightclub
Brother behind the scenes finds himself in the spotlight after nightclub fire
Smoke Shop Confrontation  more» 
State, Narragansetts argue legality of tax-free smoke shop
State Police give their tape of the Narragansett Indian raid
Indians get their turn to testify at smoke shop raid commission
ACLU joining Narragansett Indians' court battle
Review panel meets today for first time
Governor appoints lead consultant for state's inquiry into raid
Congressman calls for Federal Investigation into the Smoke Shop Confrontation
Raid taking toll on Narragansetts
Narragansett Indians welcome hundreds to Charlestown for rally
Both sides prepare for court Wednesday, some say the situation could have been handled better
National News  more» 
Government orders killing of 129 cows in herd linked to infected Holstein
Cold grips Northeast for what could become the harshest January on record
Fired Treasury secretary O'Neill speaks out on Bush administration
Agents shut down gambling at Binion's Horseshoe in Las Vegas
H-P the new kid in home electronics
Rockefeller Center tree to be recycled
Bush resting up at Texas ranch before Mexican summit
Supreme Court to take up enemy combatant case
Blake Wife Slain
A Timex watch that can pay some bills
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