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Dealer plate used by town employee now under scrutiny

PROVIDENCE, R.I. (WPRI) – The Rhode Island Department of Motor Vehicles is examining a Cranston auto dealer after a Target 12 investigation raised questions about how a dealer plate was being used. 911 more words

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GRTC drivers speaking out about safety concerns after 'bloody' bus attack

RICHMOND, Va. — Earlier in May, CBS 6 told the story of a former GRTC driver who said her life was changed forever after a bloody attack while driving a bus in April of 2015. 802 more words

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Master of Disguise helps boy come out of hiding after vicious dog attack

LOUISA COUNTY, Va. — It’s been one year since a vicious dog attack left a five-year-old Louisa County child in critical condition and without his left ear. 741 more words

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Mom on life-saving mission after son drowns in pool

CRANSTON, R.I. (WPRI) – A Cranston mother is on a mission to educate others about life-saving water safety steps after losing her 18-month-old son two years ago in a drowning accident in her own backyard. 516 more words

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Border Keepers: One woman's motivation

(WIAT) — We are continuing our exclusive investigation inside the Border Keepers. That’s the group that travels down to the US border with Mexico, with the stated goal to protect the border from people and drugs illegally passing through it. 280 more words

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What you need to know about a bill that would regulate recess in RI

PROVIDENCE, R.I. (WPRI) – Unlike math, science, or English, recess isn’t a subject your children are graded on, but it’s become the subject of a debate that’s made it all the way to the state house. 743 more words

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Historic Richmond Masonic lodge opens it doors, addresses some of its mysteries

RICHMOND, Va. — It is among the very oldest buildings in Richmond.

And likely, the most mysterious.

Construction on the Masonic Lodge “Richmond Randolph Lodge #19” on E. 730 more words

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