The Chicago Department of Public Health announced Tuesday that four more states have been added to the city's travel quarantine list.
The fraternities and sororities at U of Rhode Island are hotspots for the campus. Testing positivity rates for students in Greek housing are 11%; students in dorms are testing at 4%. The overall campus is just 0.65%.
A Rhode Island doughnut shop announced on social media that it was no longer offering a discount to police officers or members of the military.
The federal government is shipping cases of remdesivir, which has shown promise as a coronavirus treatment, to Illinois, New Jersey, Michigan, Connecticut, Maryland and Iowa.
Rhode Island cops enforcing the state’s coronavirus quarantine order have bagged three golfers from Massachusetts on misdemeanor charges.
Drive-thru coronavirus testing sites are seeing long lines and confusion over who's allowed to use the locations.
A Rhode Island family's doorbell camera captured a touching moment, where their young son hugged their pizza delivery driver.
A Roman Catholic bishop in Rhode Island responded to the controversy created by a priest who said abortion is worse than pedophilia and later sought to clarify his comments.
Number 11 DePaul sailed to a 93-71 victory over Providence Saturday.
Authorities say one person has been killed and two others injured in a shooting in Rhode Island.
A young man in Rhode Island who was repeatedly denied employment has taken matters into his own hands — and now runs his very own business.
A kind stranger came to the rescue of a poor pooch in Pawtucket, Rhode Island, recently when he helped the dog down from the roof it had somehow become stranded on.
Native American advocates have long pressed states to change Columbus Day to Indigenous Peoples Day over concerns that Columbus helped launch centuries of genocide against indigenous populations in the Americas.
A Rhode Island woman’s blood turned a black-blue color — a sign of a potentially deadly blood condition — after she took a common over-the-counter medication to relieve a toothache.
A 31-year-old Rhode Island man was arrested on suspicion of soaking a kitten in water and then placing it in a freezer, slamming another kitten’s head into the floor until it bled and shooting a woman with an airsoft gun.
Two dozen states and municipalities sued the federal government Tuesday to stop a new rule that lets health care clinicians decline to provide abortions and other services that conflict with their moral or religious beliefs.