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Massachusetts has extended its mask requirement in K-12 public schools through at least January 15, 2022.

Amid the fall nor'easter, the East Providence 'Halloween Motorcade' has been canceled.

A #RhodeIsland  man is facing drug charges in connection to “Operation Dark HunTor,” which the @FBIBoston  Division described as “a coordinated international effort on 3 continents to disrupt opioid trafficking on the Darknet.”

A new ordinance in Cranston aims to keep private cemetery land free from debris by making the owners accountable.

An FDA advisory panel has endorsed Pfizer's COVID-19 vaccine for young kids.

Visitations at the Eleanor Slater Hospital's Zambarano campus in Burrillville have been halted after two staff members tested positive for COVID-19.

Michelle and Bryan Brophy-Baermann of Warwick share the story of their family's tragedy, and how they are honoring Miya.

National Grid has already sent 150-line crews and 64 street crews throughout Rhode Island, spokesperson @BuffaloRoamer  @WCAX_Tylerold  . Hundreds of other staffers are also working on the backend.

"I do like to be recognized for my merit not because I'm a female, obviously, but it is something -- it's a milestone. Never imagined I would be in this position," Fire Chief Sandra Lowery, who's the first female fire chief in Seekonk, told @kelly_courtney_ .

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President Biden, the first lady and their family walk the last few steps to the White House

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Thousands of people have massed in downtown Providence for a Black Lives Matter demonstration:

The Providence Police Department is searching for a missing man believed to be endangered. Anyone with information on Elijah Elderkin is asked to call police.

@GovRaimondo  issues stay-at-home order until April 13. Gatherings of more than 5 people are banned.

@GovRaimondo  explains what her stay-at-home executive order means for Rhode Islanders:

That's something you don't see every day: a donkey trotting along Hartford Avenue in Johnston

Sen. @jackreed2020  and challenger @watersforsenate  appear with @GeneValicenti  on a special edition of '10 News Conference'

Governor Gina Raimondo has signed an executive order that extends background checks for firearm purchases from seven days to 30.

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