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ABC6 News Desk

Providence, RI, United States

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Past articles by Scott:

New Bedford police officer honored with life-saving award

NEW BEDFORD, M.A. (WLNE) -- A New Bedford police officer was honored Tuesday for his quick, life–saving actions while he was off-duty. → Read More

Providence Public Schools looking to fill 100+ positions

At a time when other districts in the state are handing out pink slips and closing schools, the Providence Public School District is looking for more help. → Read More

Volvo Ocean Race Lands in Newport

Only a few boat-lengths separated the first place finishers, Team Mapfre, from the second place team, Team Brunel, in the 8th leg of the 2017-2018 Volvo Ocean Race. Not far behind them in third pl... → Read More

City of Providence destroys confiscated ATVs, dirt bikes

Monday morning, the city of Providence put out a strong message to those who ride recreational vehicles, such as dirt bikes or ATVs, on city streets: don't. → Read More

Iconic Fall River church in jeopardy of closing

St. Anne's Church is one of the most iconic buildings in the Fall River skyline, but in recent years the structure of the building has weakened. Now, the church, like many others in the area, is in... → Read More

Liquor store employees fight back during attempted robbery

A liquor store employee fought back after a man pulled out a gun in an attempt to rob the store. → Read More

New 'Walking School Bus' Arrives at Pawtucket Elementary School

A new school bus rolled into Agnes Little Elementary School in Pawtucket Thursday morning, but it wasn't your standard bright–yellow, 4–wheeled vehicle that drives on the road. → Read More

Former Fall River Mayor Asks President Trump for Help Saving Job

FALL RIVER, M.A. (WLNE) -- On Friday, Philip's announced that its Fall River plant would be shutting down and relocating to another facility in Monterrey, Mexico, laying off 160 workers in the proc... → Read More

Providence Cemetery Left in Despair, Locals Want Answers

Providence residents are looking for answers as to why a cemetery in the city has been left in despair. → Read More

Taunton Bertucci's Gives Memorial Bar Stool to Widow of Rampage

To one local woman, the Taunton Bertucci's was more than a restaurant; It was a memorial to her late husband who was killed in the rampage there nearly two years ago. With the chain filing for bank... → Read More

Central Falls Students Head to D.C. with Hopes to 'Change the Wo

A bus full of 16 students pulled up to Central Falls High School Monday morning at 8 am sharp. But on spring break, these students weren't headed to class. They're headed to Washington D.C. to lear... → Read More

Social Media Support for Victims of Canada Bus Crash Rolls In

After a devastating bus crash in Canada left 15 dead, mourners are paying tribute to the young victims with hockey sticks. → Read More

Rhode Island Senator to Sit in on Zuckerberg Testimony

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg is set to testify before congress Tuesday and Wednesday about a data breach which effected more than 87 million users. Before he does, local lawmakers are weighing in o... → Read More

Search Continues for Missing Coventry Man

Authorities are continuing to search the wooded areas of West Greenwich for a Coventry man who went missing Wednesday morning. → Read More

MBTA Considering Raising Prices at Commuter Rail Lots

Get ready to dig a little deeper into your wallet. Parking rates could be going up for riders who take the commuter rail. → Read More

Body Found in Narragansett Bay

Officials are investigating after a body was pulled from the Narragansett Bay near Barrington Friday morning. → Read More

URI Students React to Hurley Leaving for UConn

It's not like the students didn't see it coming, but after back to back appearances in the NCAA tournament, many had hoped head basketball coach Dan Hurley would stick around. → Read More

URI Head Coach Dan Hurley in Talks with UConn, Pitt

Just three days after the University of Rhode Island's exit from the NCAA Tournament, head coach Dan Hurley could be on the move. → Read More

Westerly High School Adds New Security Measure

Monday was the first day students at Westerly High School were required to use specially issued identification badges to gain access into two main buildings on campus. → Read More

Truck Crashes into Cranston Business for Second Time this Month

It was a different kind of work this morning for employees at a Cranston Sir Speedy location, after a truck came barreling through the front doors just before 1:00 AM Friday. → Read More