(Undated) -- Here is the latest news: Police in Providence are continuing their search for four suspects who were involved in a home invasion. A Cumberland man has been sentenced to spend the next 10 years in federal prison for his role in drug trafficking. The Providence Fire Academy is now accepting applications as the city looks to boost its number of firefighters.
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>>Providence Police Continuing Search For Four Suspects Involved In Home Invasion
(Providence, RI) -- Police in Providence are continuing their search for four suspects who were involved in a home invasion. According to WJAR-TV, the individuals entered a home on Cambridge Street last night and stole several items before leaving the scene. Thankfully, there were no injuries reported. Anyone with information on this case can give police a call at 401-272-3121.
>>Cumberland Man Sentenced To Spend 10 Years In Prison For Drug Trafficking
(Cumberland, RI) -- A Cumberland man has been sentenced to spend the next 10 years in federal prison for his role in drug trafficking. Prosecutors say 27-year-old Dylan Rodas was involved in the packaging and storage of drugs, and he also revealed where he kept other substances and weapons. As a result of their investigation, federal agents seized more than 600-thousand meth-laced pills that were made to look like ADHD medication. Once he's out of prison, Rodas will be on supervised release for five years.
>>Newport Police Chief Gary Silva Retiring Today After 40 Years On The Force
(Newport, RI) -- Newport Police Chief Gary Silva is going to be spending his final day on the job today. Silva said earlier this month that he was retiring from the department after 40 years on the force. Captain Ryan Duffy will be serving the as interim chief until a permanent replacement is named. There is no word yet on just how long that hiring process is going to take.
>>Providence Fire Academy Now Accepting Applications As City Looks To Hire More Firefighters
(Providence, RI) -- The Providence Fire Academy is now accepting applications as the city looks to boost its number of firefighters. In order to be considered, individuals must be at least 18 years old, have a high school diploma or GED, and have a valid driver's license. They'd also need to be able to pass both a written test and a physical ability test before their careers can begin. Applications are available online and must be filled out by March 31st.
>>Mega Millions, Powerball Jackpots Now Sitting At Combined $245 Million
(Undated) -- The Mega Millions and Powerball jackpots are on the rise again and are now sitting at a combined 245-million-dollars. The jackpot up for grabs in tonight's Mega Millions drawing is 126-million-dollars. And whoever chooses the winning numbers for Powerball tomorrow night will add at least 119-million bucks to their bank account. The cost of a ticket for each game is just two dollars. Both drawings will be streamed live online.
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