Katie Mulvaney, Providence Journal

Katie Mulvaney

Providence Journal

Providence, RI, United States

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Recent articles by Katie:

Judge dismisses students' COVID claims against URI

A judge has struck down efforts by URI students to recoup fees they had paid for activities, transportation and other services during the pandemic. → Read More

As former students sue over naked 'fat tests' at the hands of Aaron Thomas, judge tapped to preside

Judge Carnes to preside over NK's `fat test' cases → Read More

Advocates hail court's 'crucial first step' in clearing eligible marijuana records

Advocates hail court's ` crucial first step' in clearing eligible marijuana records → Read More

He triggered a banking crisis in RI. Now embezzler says he can't meet restitution payments

Embezzler Mollicone pleads `skyrocketing' costs in seeking lower restitution payments → Read More

Rhode Island lawyer disbarred over misconduct investigation

PROVIDENCE – A lawyer once suspended 12 years ago following a sports betting conviction consented to being disbarred after acknowledging he is being investigated for unspecified professional misconduct. The Rhode Island Supreme Court on Wednesday issued an order disbarring John S. Ciolli from the practice of law. The court order came in response to an affidavit that Ciolli, who has been licensed… → Read More

Judge reinstates embattled ex-RI state trooper's disability pension — here's why

Judge Kevin F. McHugh ruled in favor of former trooper Jamie Donnelly-Taylor, who admitted to assaulting a Central Falls man in custody in 2014. → Read More

He shot a Providence police officer. Now he'll serve 40 years in prison for the crimes

City man, 22, get 40 years to serve for shooting Providence officer → Read More

Warwick and Woonsocket homeless encampments destroyed: 'It creates a crisis,' advocates say

Advocates up in arms at dismantling of Woonsocket encampment → Read More

Exchange of letters marks tensions over RI's crisis of homelessness

Exchange of letters marks tensions over homelessness crisis → Read More

Rhode Island man pummeled by Cranston police officer settles with city. What to know

Gian Mattiello, of Cranston, agreed to settle with the City and its police department over a 2020 assaul by former Police Officer Andrew Leonard → Read More

Three District Court seats are open. Here's who's been nominated

Ten lawyers made the Rhode Island Judicial Nominating Commission's lists this week for seats on the District Court bench. → Read More

Judge upholds Rhode Island's high-capacity gun magazine ban. Here's what it means.

Big Bear Hunting and Fishing Supply and Rhode Island residents — Mary Brimer, James Grundy, Jonathan Hirons and Jeffrey Goyette — sued to stop the ban. → Read More

ACLU, Center for Justice join fight to allow tent encampment on State House grounds to stay

ACLU, R.I. Center for Justice join fight to protect State House encampment → Read More

Good-government advocates fault state's refusal to release RISP misconduct records

The Journal had argued that disclosure would serve the public interest as it pertains to possible misdeeds within the ranks of the RI State Police. → Read More

Classical High School grad selected as federal magistrate judge in California

U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California announced the selection of Peter H. Kang to fill a magistrate judgeship in March 2023. → Read More

Chef: Shuttered Thayer Street hibachi restaurant failed to pay wages, OT

Chef: Shuttered Thayer Street hibachi restaurant failed to pay wages, OT → Read More

Actor James Woods sues Rhode Island town over his neighbor building a house next door

Oscar-nominated actor James Woods is challenging his neighbor's effort to build a home on Boone Lake → Read More

Actor James Woods sues Rhode Island town over his neighbor building a house next door

Oscar-nominated actor James Woods is challenging his neighbor's effort to build a home on Boone Lake → Read More

'Ringleader' sentenced to 15 years for orchestrating shootings, drug trafficking

'Ringleader' sentenced to 15 years for orchestrating shootings, drug trafficking → Read More

In four years, 26 RIers were killed by domestic violence. Advocates want more to be done.

The group read off 26 names of Rhode Islanders lost to domestic violence. “Believe victims when they say their lives are in danger,” said Lucy Rios → Read More