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4:50 am
Fri May 21, 2010

RI's new Democratic chairman on this week's Roundtable

Special guest Ed Pacheco, Rhode Island?s new state Democratic chairman. Photo by Alex Nunes.

PROVIDENCE, R.I. – The fallout from the bleak fiscal outlook in Central Falls. That's part of the discussion this week on Political Roundtable.
Joining us as usual is University of Rhode Island political science professor Maureen Moakley, and WRNI political analyst Scott MacKay. Our special guest is Ed Pacheco, Rhode Island's new state Democratic chairman, and a state representative from Burrillville. Here's our host, Ian Donnis

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RI Business
1:49 pm
Thu May 20, 2010

Thank you for your patience

Providence, R.I. – WRNI's new website was experiencing a delay in its on-air stream earlier today. We have corrected the problem. If you continue to have an interruption, please email Alex Nunes. Thanks for your patience, and we hope you enjoy the new site!

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RI Business
1:49 pm
Thu May 20, 2010

Thank you for your patience

Providence, R.I. – WRNI's new website was experiencing a delay in its on-air stream earlier today. We have corrected the problem. If you continue to have an interruption, please email Alex Nunes. Thanks for your patience, and we hope you enjoy the new site!

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RIPR News
4:53 am
Thu May 20, 2010

Central Falls goes broke

RIPR News
4:48 am
Thu May 20, 2010

State Rep. files Arizona-like immigration bill

RIPR News
4:40 am
Thu May 20, 2010

Teachers union signs onto major grant application

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This I Believe Rhode Island
8:02 am
Wed May 19, 2010

This I Believe: A Decisive Moment

Providence, RI – Every single one of us can look around and, in a flash, identify so many things that are wrong with our world, so much that needs repair. Poverty. Homelessness. Substandard education. Indeed, many of us devote countless hours in our earnest attempt to heal the world. But as Rabbi Alan Flam notes, at times there's a risk that our focus is narrower than it ought to be.

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RIPR News
6:44 am
Wed May 19, 2010

Survivors, relatives to receive Station settlement money soon

Providence, R.I. – Hundreds of people affected by one of the nation's deadliest nightclub fires will soon receive money from lawsuits over the blaze.

A federal judge signed an order yesterday requiring the entire $176 million settlement to be deposited within 90 days into a trust account. The money will then be distributed to survivors of The Station nightclub and relatives of the 100 people killed.

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