Providence, R.I. – David Segal plays to his base during a recent appearance before a local unit of the Service Employees International Union (SEIU) in Providence.
"It's a travesty that we don't see more action and support of jobs and support of economic recovery coming from Congress," he says, "and people who will be there to fight for an economic recovery that actually works for working people."
Providence, R.I. – Three of the four Republican candidates vying for the 2nd Congressional District seat said fixing the illegal immigration problem involves a mix of board security and documenting the illegal workers already in the country.
Providence, R.I. – Three of the four Republicans running in the 2nd Congressional District will square off tonight in a televised debate.
Republicans Mark Zaccaria, William Clegg, and Michael Gardiner will take part during the League of Women Voters-ABC6 debate at 8 pm. Another candidate, Donald Robbio, isn't included, since he didn't meet the league's rules for participation.
Providence, R.I. – The Rhode Island Economic Development Corporation expects to close on the deal to give a $75-million loan guarantee to a video game company headed by former Red Sox pitcher Curt Schilling. WRNI's Scott MacKay takes a look at a company that didn't get any financing by the EDC.
Providence, RI – Landmark Medical Center and Caritas Christi Health Care met their latest deadline and submitted a signed purchase agreement Friday to a Superior Court judge.
A court-appointed special master has been running the financially troubled Landmark Medical Center in Woonsocket for two years now. And Landmark has been exclusively negotiating with the Massachusetts-based Caritas Christi Health Care for nearly half that time.