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Recent salmonella outbreak linked to cantaloupes Providence, RI (2012-08-22) By Benjamin Bryant
Rhode Island health officials are hoping that the recent outbreak of Salmonella caused by cantaloupes from southwestern Indiana won't reach the northeast.
The 169th military police company is deployed PROVIDENCE, RI (2012-08-06) By FLO JONIC
Another Rhode Island National Guard unit is headed to Afghanistan. One hundred and fifty military police officers left Sunday from the National Guard base in North Kingstown.
Rhode Island is connected to Mars PROVIDENCE, RI (2012-08-06) By FLO JONIC
A member of the Brown University faculty is among hundreds of scientists huddled at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory in California monitoring the progress of the Mars rover. Dr. Ralph Milliken will be living on Mars time for the next few months as he tracks the rover's journey.
Rhode Island Olympian set to compete Saturday PROVIDENCE, RI (2012-07-27) By LYDIA ROGERS
North Kingstown native, and Olympic hopeful, Elizabeth Beisel is set to swim the 400-meter individual medley Saturday. Many analysts favor her to win the gold in this event.
9/11 Anniversary events PROVIDENCE, RI (2011-09-08) By RI NPR
Cities, towns and universities across Rhode Island are commemorating the 10th anniversary of the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks. Rhode Island Public Radio has compiled a list, with information, to various events.
10th Anniversary of 9/11 difficult for local families PROVIDENCE, RI (2011-09-08) By FLO JONIC
When terrorists crashed United flight 175 into the south tower of the World Trade Center practically nothing was left of the Boeing 767 or its passengers. But in the rubble, officials found a handful of credit cards bearing the name of Lynn Goodchild of Attleboro. Although they're only plastic, her mother, Ellen Goodchild, cherishes them.