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Veteran NY judge named as arbiter in Trump Mar-a-Lago probe
U.S. District Judge Aileen Cannon empowered the newly named special master, Raymond …
PUC taking public comment on proposed utility rate hikes
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EG students raise awareness about mental health crisis using equine therapy
2 receiving help after Providence fire
The fire broke out around 5 a.m. at a two-story home on Admiral Street.
Details of queen’s state funeral on Monday released
Two minutes of silence will be observed Monday across the United Kingdom at the end …
3 men charged with defrauding car dealerships
Prosecutors say they used stolen identities to obtain financing to purchase vehicles.
Biden plans floating platforms to expand offshore wind power
The plan would target sites in the Pacific Ocean off the California and Oregon coasts, …
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RI students in foster care get $0 in ARPA funds from school districts
School districts had to explain in three different sections how they would “prioritize” students in foster care.
4 injured in Cranston crash
Police said none of the injuries appear to be life-threatening at this time.
Tony Petrarca inducted into Radio and TV Hall of Fame
As if it wasn’t already, Chief Meteorologist Tony Petrarca’s name was etched into Rhode Island history Thursday night as he was inducted into …
More underserved RI schools getting financial help
Rhode Island Education Commissioner Angélica Infante-Green and other officials were on hand Thursday to tour some of the upgrades at Calcutt Middle …
Weather Today & 7 Day Forecast
Weather Now:  Cool Nights, Mild Days Continue
Weather Now: Cool Nights, Mild Days Continue
Good morning. It’s the coolest morning since May 26! Temperatures dipped into the 40s overnight, with a definite feel of fall in the air. Like yesterday, it’s going to be a beautiful September day with lots of sunshine, low humidity and mild afternoon temperatures. Highs rebound to the low to mid 70s with light northwest winds 5-10 mph. Hour by Hour // A look at the next hours’ conditions » A pleasant day for late season boating with light winds and low wave heights. High tide is around 1PM in Newport Harbor. Ocean, Bay & Beach // A look at the conditions by the coast » Temperatures will be running cooler than normal again this evening and tonight, so grab a sweatshirt or light jacket if you’re heading to a high school football game. Late tonight, many communities will once again dip to the 40s to low 50s. THIS WEEKEND: Fall-Like Start, Summer-Like Finish It’s hard to believe it’s the last weekend of summer. After a chilly start Saturday morning, low humidity and mostly sunny skies, combined with highs in the upper 60s to low 70s will make for another beautiful September day. Sunday will be noticeably warmer and a bit muggier with a breezy southwest winds. Highs will climb into the low to mid 80s inland with increasing clouds late. 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
Chilly Start, Mild Afternoons Through Saturday; Warmer Sunday
From 12 News Meteorologist Michelle Muscatello, here is your updated 7-Day Forecast: …
12 Sports
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