If only 30% of the 911 fee is needed to fund the program, then the fee should be cut by 70%.…/mattiello-lawmakers-will-reassess-how-ri…/

The House speaker said the 911 fee may be changed, but warned against putting all the money currently collected into the emergency program.
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From left, West Warwick Battalion Chief John Botello, Little Compton Chief Rick Petrin, Cumberland Fire Chief Kenneth Finlay and Hopkins Hill and Central Coventry Chief Frank Brown listen to 911 speakers at Monday night’s summit in Cranston. [PROVIDENCE JOURNAL PHOTOS / KRIS CRAIG]
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Two candidates who would never receive my vote.…/providence-mayor-elorza-…

PROVIDENCE, R.I. - In the contest between the two Democrats running for lieutenant governor, state Rep. Aaron Regunberg of Providence has won the backing

More mismanagement from the Raimondo administration.…/nbc-10-i-team-ri-blocked-from-federal…

Regulators with the Federal Communications Commission said Rhode Island is one of several states now blocked from applying for some federal public safety grants due to its diversion of 911 fees to the General Fund.“In Rhode Island, 60 percent of the fundin

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“What further tragedy has to happen before we are willing to take action to get these extremely lethal weapons off the streets?” said Knight, a Barrington Democrat. “We must get assault weapons off the street, and we must start by taking them off the legal market.”

Notice how Knight said he wants to ""start" by taking certain firearms off the market? What's next? Confiscation? Tryng to ban semi-automatics? Pistols? These people probably don't even want us t...o have muzzle loaders. We cannot compromise.

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More taxes for Rhode Islanders? Healthcare is not a right!…/universal-health-care-ca…

PROVIDENCE, R.I. — With U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders of Vermont drawing national headlines for his renewed talk this week of “Medicare for all,

Remember this when progressives in the General Assembly lie about how easy it is to buy guns.

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Democrats ordered a study to try to show how easily prohibited people could buy guns off the “Surface Web” and the “Dark Web.” Yet, in every single attempt to do the sting the project failed. 72 attempts. 72 failures.

200,000 people from El Salvador were given temporary protected status in 2001, due to Earthquakes in their country. 17 years later, the Trump administration is saying it's time to go back. Could someone explain the definition of "temporary" to liberals?…/rhode-islanders-condemn-…

U.S. Rep. David Cicilline joined officials from the Latino Policy Institute at Roger Williams University and the Dorcas International Institute of Rhode

As soon as I saw the headline, I knew Raimondo had given away more tax dollars. This time, it was $10 million given to a company who likes to import their workers from India, rather than hire local.…/tech-firm-infosys-to-est…

The Rhode Island expansion follows the India-based company's announcement in May that it would hire up to 10,000 Americans over two years and would create

UHIP went live more than 14 months ago, yet there are still nearly 8,500 applications that are pending, or need processing.…/state-pinpoints-uhip-bac…

PROVIDENCE, R.I. — New data released Friday pinpoints the number of pending applications for various types of state assistance as roughly twice as
A developer's request to buy a small parcel of former highway land for a lower-than-agreed price prompted conversation about how many early development
PROVIDENCE, R.I. — Cranston Mayor Allan Fung is touting the results of a poll his campaign commissioned that suggests he has a 21-percentage-point

It appears that the state trooper who was transporting a prisoner who later escaped, was following protocol, according to the Colonel of the RI State Police. If that is the case, then protocol should be changed.

The trooper shouldn't have stopped with a prisoner in the car, the cuffs shouldn't have been in the front, and the keys shouldn't have been in the ignition. Also, the Colonel didn't bring this up, but a firearm shouldn't have been left on the seat, especially unattended with with a prisoner in the backseat, who was handcuffed in the front. It would appear that some changes are in order.…/video-state-police-colon…

SCITUATE, R.I. — Col. Ann C. Assumpico, superintendent of the Rhode Island State Police, on Saturday praised the actions of state troopers and
PROVIDENCE, R.I. — Controversial retired firefighter John Sauro hasn’t worked for the city since 1998. But if he wins his case, heard