WHAT WE KNOW: A witness says police opened fire, shooting dead a man and wounding a woman after the truck they were in rammed cars on Route 95.The man who was killed was not the person who stole a Rhode Island State Police cruiser earlier Thursday. — A day of chaos sparked by the theft of a state police cruiser early Thursday ended with one man dead, a woman hospitalized, and the man accused of stealing the cruiser still at large.Earlier in the day, police listed her as in critical condition.The state medical examiner removed the dead man's body late Thursday.Your access to the NCBI website at gov has been temporarily blocked due to a possible misuse/abuse situation involving your site.This is not an indication of a security issue such as a virus or attack.Asked whether the fatal shooting of the man in the pickup truck was a tragic error, Paré said, "No, it is not." "We're investigating ...why this individual did not stop and why police officers had to use deadly force," Paré said.
She would not comment on how many troopers would be subject to the standard administrative review required under state law following a shooting.They were going so fast that “they were almost endangering their lives,” Perry said.“I knew something was going on.” Up ahead, the state police were stopping all traffic, Perry said, and he assumed at first they were clearing the way for a dignitary.The homeowner is trying to find her cat that went missing during the fire.Jay Ward Brown, lead counsel in the Associated Press lawsuit against the State Department over access to Hillary Clinton's e-mails, talks with Rachel Maddow about what the AP is seeking and the poor responsiveness of the State to document requests.Two firefighters were injured and a cat went missing in a house fire in North Kansas City on Saturday morning. Two firefighters were injured, but they are expected to be okay.