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The Scoop: Fung’s Plan to Reform Taxes, Gorbea Adds to Campaign Team, and More—Welcome back to The Scoop, the 4 p.m.…

It’s All About Education: Chronic Absenteeism’s Effect on Learning—One of the biggest challenges in our schools…

Chef Walter’s Flavors + Knowledge: Braised Chicken Agrodolce with Dried Plums—Agrodolce (pronounced "agro-dolchay") is an Italian term for…

Sixth Annual Runway for a Cure Set For October 21—The Lupus Foundation of New England and a…

Steven Lattmer 5k Run/Walk to Kick Off October 8—The third-annual Steven Lattmer 5K Families Against Violence…

Flu Vaccination Campaign to Kick-Off at RI State House—Rhode Island’s flu vaccination campaign will kick off…

Narragansett Beer Re-Releases Autocrat Coffee Milk Stout—Originally introduced last December as “Hi Neighbor Mash-Up,”…

RWU and Silent Witness Initiative To Launch Domestic Violence Online Database Tool—Roger Williams University and the Silent Witness Initiative…

Taco Pledges $400,000 to Support URI’s College of Engineering and Yes on 4—The Taco White Family Foundation will donate $400,000…

Rhody Ramble’s Upcoming Fall Events for Families—Rhody Ramble, launched in 2012, connects families with…

 
 

video: NEW: Voting Interrupted in Central Falls Precinct by Gas Leak

Tuesday, September 09, 2014

A voting precinct in Central Falls closed down earlier today for about 30 minutes after someone inside smelled a potential gas leak. The Fire...

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video: NEW: Voter Turnout by 2:30 PM in Providence Less Than Expected

Tuesday, September 09, 2014

Despite a record amount of spending for the Rhode Island governor's race, voter turnout in the state's capital has been less than expected so far...

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video: Voter Turnout at Cranston High School East

Tuesday, September 09, 2014

Early morning voter turnout at Cranston East High School has yielded a diverse group of people voting for a variety of different candidates. While...

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video: RI SHARK WEEK: GoLocalProv Swims with Sharks

Thursday, August 14, 2014

No one takes Shark Week more seriously than GoLocalProv, and to cap off our week devoted to the powerful, beautiful sea animals that roam our coasts, we sent reporter Nate Holterman out to swim with them. Literally.

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video: What’s It Like to Intern at GoLocalProv?

Saturday, April 12, 2014

It could be the coolest, and most challenging, internship there is. See what the interns of GoLocalProv got up to this summer.

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video: PBS to Air Heroin Overdose Documentary and Discussion on Thursday

Wednesday, April 02, 2014

Rhode Island PBS will take a hard look at the skyrocketing number of deaths in the state caused by heroin overdose, an issue Rhode Island health officials are calling an epidemic.

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video: AHL Game Erupts Into Classic Hockey Brawl In Final Minute Sunday

Monday, February 17, 2014

Though the Bruins are on hiatus for the Olympic Games in Sochi, great professional hockey can still be found in New England. The NHL's minor league, the American Hockey League, brings exciting hockey action to many of the regions cities. Found within that action are some great old-fashioned hockey fights.

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The Skiing Weatherman Conditions Report: February 6-9

Thursday, February 06, 2014

I am going to start this post by getting right to the heart of the matter concerning the weather and snow conditions…we are now entering a period that could end up being the snowiest week of the season across the Northeast, and you should be making your plans to head for the hills. This week is getting underway with a narrow stripe of moderate to heavy snow across the northern Mid-Atlantic States, metro New York and southern New England. Anywhere from 4 to as much as 8 inches of snow will fall today (Monday), with Long Island and central New Jersey the sweet spot for the highest amounts. Now, that sort of distribution of snow only benefits a handful of ski areas, but I think this storm is only the appetizer…the main course and desert are on the way over the next 7 days. By this time next week, resorts from northern New Jersey to Maine will have anywhere from 18 to as much as 30 inches of new snow for you to play on.

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The Skiing Weatherman Conditions Report: January 30-February 2

Thursday, January 30, 2014

As we move into the final few days of the month of January...the coldest week of the year, climatologically, yet another shot of arctic air is sweeping into the Northeast. This will be the 4th time this year that a significant piece of cold has been delivered into the region without much in the way of moderation, thanks to the extensive snow cover over which it travelled from the high latitudes, as well as because of the speed with which it arrived. The jet stream configuration has had everything to do with not only the trajectory and the speed of the cold shots. Thus far this season, the dominant set up has been one with a western upper level ridge and an eastern North American trough...it has looked something like the image below...

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video: NEW: Clay Pell Announces Run For RI Governor Via Video

Monday, January 27, 2014

Clay Pell has thrown his name into the race for Rhode Island Governor with a video posted to YouTube with the comment section disabled.

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