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August 24, 2022
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Today's Top Stories
3 injured in Oakland Beach assault
Multiple people were seen fighting around 10:30 p.m., police said, possibly with a …
Woman killed in Smithfield crash
A Cumberland woman died Sunday following a single-car crash on Douglas Pike.
USDA issues health alert for Perdue chicken tenders
A public health alert has been issued for Perdue’s frozen ready-to-eat chicken breast …
Q&A: Political analyst breaks down Providence mayor debate
The three Democrats vying to become Providence’s next mayor met for their only live …
Student loan borrowers await Biden plan on debt forgiveness
Millions of Americans are waiting to learn the fate of their federal student debt …
Early voting for RI Primary Election begins
Primary Election Day is Tuesday, Sept. 13 where polls will be open statewide from …
Bristol native awarded one of golf’s highest honors
Billy Andrade was awarded the Payne Stewart Award, which is presented annually by …
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Local News
5 key takeaways from the Providence mayor debate
Early voting starts Wednesday ahead of the Sept. 13 primary.
Providence mayoral candidates debate taxes, education and finances
With no GOP or independent candidates, the Democratic primary will almost certainly choose the mayor-elect.
Pawtucket storefronts damaged by fire
Several businesses in a Pawtucket shopping plaza were damaged by fire Tuesday evening.
‘Going to hurt business’: East Side bike lane trial draws concern
More than 130 parking parking spaces along the east side of Hope Street will be repurposed from Oct. 1 to Oct. 8 as part of the plan.
Weather Today & 7 Day Forecast
Weather Now: Quieter, Warmer Weather Today
Weather Now: Quieter, Warmer Weather Today
We are back to dry and warm conditions for today, a welcome change after two unsettled days at the beginning of the week. Yesterday’s thunderstorms brought copious amounts of rain to some inland areas, with the highest totals in the upper part of Narragansett Bay through Bristol County, MA, where around 3-7″ of rain fell. That’s more rain in one afternoon than many have seen all season. We’ll have a break from the stormy weather today, with partly sunny skies. It’s going to be a very warm afternoon and still a bit muggy, with highs in the mid to upper 80s inland and low 80s at the coast. Hour by Hour // A look at the next hours’ conditions » Winds will be from the west at 5-10 mph. If you’re planning on going to area beaches, use caution in the water as there is a moderate risk for rip currents along the coast. Ocean, Bay & Beach // A look at the conditions by the coast » This evening and tonight will be mostly clear, with some patchy fog developing late. Temperatures in the 70s in the evening will eventually cool into the mid to upper 60s by dawn. Detailed 7-Day Forecast | Weather Now | Radar | Hour-by-Hour | Ocean, Bay & Beach | Weather Blog | Pinpoint Traffic | Flight Tracker | Severe Weather | Active Weather Alerts | Closings and Delays | Power Outages | Weather App
Partly Sunny, Warm and Dry Today and Thursday
From 12 News Meteorologist Michelle Muscatello, here is your updated 7-Day Forecast: …
12 Sports
2022 HS FB Preview: Narragansett Mariners
Hometown Hero – Dean Varrecchione, La Salle
Rising hoops star Isaiah Miranda gives back to Pawtucket community
Rhode Island Hockey Hall of Fame enshrines 2022 class
Trending News Today
I-195 reopens after flooding strands drivers
WATCH: Providence Mayoral Debate
Data: RI life expectancy shrinks by 1.3 years
Ballard’s loses liquor, entertainment licenses for 2 weeks
Student loan help for millions coming from Biden after delay
Today on The Rhode Show
In the Kitchen: Bourbon Bacon Jam
Tennis Hall of Fame honors youth players
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Bayada Home Health Care talks services offered
WaterFire: Clear Currents
Be mindful of school bus safety as the new academic year begins
Who To Know - Local Businesses and Their Stories
Who To Know: Masonic Grand Lodge of Rhode Island
Freemasonry is a fraternity of men who are proud to be known as Masons. With over …
Who To Know: Rivers of Hope
Rivers of Hope is a family oriented, culturally diverse, community-based organization …
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