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  • Monday October 20th
    NEWS (Use News Intro and Bed in Megaseg):

    The US military has landed its robotic space plane, ending a classified 22-month mission that marked the third in Earth orbit for the experimental program widely believed to be related to spying. The X-37B touched down at Vandenberg air force base in California on Friday, bringing to a close the third and longest mission the vehicle has undertaken since its maiden voyage in 2010. The spacecraft conducted unspecified experiments for 674 days while in orbit.

    A man who stabbed passengers on a casino-bound tour bus on Interstate 95 in Connecticut was fatally shot by state police on Tuesday night around 10 p.m. when the unidentified man began attacking passengers. The bus driver flagged down a trooper at a construction site who engaged and shot the suspect after he refused to drop his weapon. Three civilians were sent to the hospital with non-life threatening injuries, 2 with stab wounds and another with a ricochet bullet wound from the officer.

    SPORTS (Discretionary Sports Bed in Megaseg):

    The New England Patriots defeated the New York Jets by a score of 27-25 and improve to a record of 5 and 2 on the season. The Patriots will play the Chicago Bears NEXT Sunday, October 29, at 1 pm.
     
    The Boston Bruins lost to the Montreal Canadiens by a score of 6-4 and drop to a record of 2 and 4 on the season. GO BLACK AND GOLD!!!!

    The Boston Celtics defeated the Philadelphia 76ers by a score of 111-91..


    WEATHER (At your discretion):




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    TRAFFIC (At your discretion):




    Courtesy of Rhode Island Department of Transportation 


    EVENTS AND PROMOS (Bold items mandatory to read):

    Join RIC Radio 90.7 WXIN by emailing Program Director Jason Johnson at PD at RIC Radio Dot Org.

    Weekly meetings are every Wednesday in Horace Mann 186 at 1pm.


  • Thursday October 16th
    NEWS (Use News Intro and Bed in Megaseg):

    WXIN BREAKING NEWS:

    President Barack Obama has canceled the planned trip to Rhode Island and RIC today in order to continue monitoring the government’s response to the Ebola outbreak.

    In a statement released by the White House the President will “remain at the White House to follow up on today’s Cabinet meeting on the government’s Ebola response.”

    Day classes remain cancelled today until 5 pm and parking lots will return to normal usage.

    A man who stabbed passengers on a casino-bound tour bus on Interstate 95 in Connecticut was fatally shot by state police on Tuesday night around 10 p.m. when the unidentified man began attacking passengers. The bus driver flagged down a trooper at a construction site who engaged and shot the suspect after he refused to drop his weapon. Three civilians were sent to the hospital with non-life threatening injuries, 2 with stab wounds and another with a ricochet bullet wound from the officer.

    A second health care worker at a Dallas hospital who provided care for the first Ebola patient diagnosed in the U.S. has tested positive for the disease, the Texas Department of State Health Services said Wednesday. The worker at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital was monitoring herself for symptoms and the unidentified woman reported a fever Tuesday. She was in isolation within 90 minutes according to officials.


    SPORTS (Discretionary Sports Bed in Megaseg):

    The New England Patriots defeated the New York Jets by a score of 27-25 and improve to a record of 5 and 2 on the season. The Patriots will play the Chicago Bears NEXT Sunday, October 29, at 1 pm.
     
    The Boston Bruins lost to the Montreal Canadiens by a score of 6-4 and drop to a record of 2 and 4 on the season. GO BLACK AND GOLD!!!!

    The Boston Celtics defeated the Philadelphia 76ers by a score of 111-91..


    WEATHER (At your discretion):




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    TRAFFIC (At your discretion):




    Courtesy of Rhode Island Department of Transportation 


    EVENTS AND PROMOS (Bold items mandatory to read):

    Join RIC Radio 90.7 WXIN by emailing Program Director Jason Johnson at PD at RIC Radio Dot Org.

    Weekly meetings are every Wednesday in Horace Mann 186 at 1pm.


  • Wednesday October 15th
    NEWS (Use News Intro and Bed in Megaseg):

    President Obama will be speaking at the Murray Center on the Rhode Island College campus at 3 p.m. tomorrow Thursday, October 16.

    Day classes at Rhode Island College will be cancelled tomorrow, Thursday, Oct. 16, so that students and faculty have the opportunity to participate in the historic visit of President Obama to the RIC campus. Classes will resume at 5 p.m.

    The college will remain open and fully staffed during regular business hours on Thursday.


    The last time that President Obama spoke at RIC was as a candidate on March 1st 2008.

    A man who stabbed passengers on a casino-bound tour bus on Interstate 95 in Connecticut was fatally shot by state police on Tuesday night around 10 p.m. when the unidentified man began attacking passengers. The bus driver flagged down a trooper at a construction site who engaged and shot the suspect after he refused to drop his weapon. Three civilians were sent to the hospital with non-life threatening injuries, 2 with stab wounds and another with a ricochet bullet wound from the officer.

    A second health care worker at a Dallas hospital who provided care for the first Ebola patient diagnosed in the U.S. has tested positive for the disease, the Texas Department of State Health Services said Wednesday. The worker at Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital was monitoring herself for symptoms and the unidentified woman reported a fever Tuesday. She was in isolation within 90 minutes according to officials.


    SPORTS (Discretionary Sports Bed in Megaseg):

    Rhode Island College hockey will be in action tonight at 7:20, playing against Southern New Hampshire University, in New Hampshire.

    The New England Patriots defeated the Buffalo Bills on Sunday afternoon by a score of 37-22
     and move to a record of 4 and 2 on the season. Tom Brady had a huge game, throwing for over 350 yards over 3 touchdowns. The Patriots will take on division rivals the New York Jets at home in Foxboro Thursday night, at 8:25 pm on CBS.
     

    The Boston Bruins drop to a record of 1 and 3 after a final-second goal from the Colorado Avalanche to top Boston 2-1. The Bruins will take on the Detroit Redwings on Wednesday night.


    WEATHER (At your discretion):




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    TRAFFIC (At your discretion):

    Campus parking and road closures on Thursday

    Between 4 a.m. and 5 p.m. on Thursday, Oct. 16, Library Road will be closed as part of the logistics for the Presidential visit.

    Event parking will be limited to Lots A and B. (Event attendees with disabled parking placards may use reserved parking in Lot J.)

    During the day, the following parking lots will be available for RIC faculty, staff and students: Lots C, D, E, L and K. Lot M will be restricted to local and state police vehicles. All lots will be open for parking after 5 p.m.




    Courtesy of Rhode Island Department of Transportation 


    EVENTS AND PROMOS (Bold items mandatory to read):

    Come meet Buddy! Support Buddy Cianci October 25th 1:00 - 3:00 PM at the Van Gogh Lounge - 115 Harris Ave in Providence. Free valet parking is available.

    Join RIC Radio 90.7 WXIN by emailing Program Director Jason Johnson at PD at RIC Radio Dot Org.

    Weekly meetings are every Wednesday in Horace Mann 186 at 1pm


  • Tuesday October 14th
    NEWS (Use News Intro and Bed in Megaseg):

    Breaking:

    President Obama will be speaking at the Murray Center on the Rhode Island College campus at 3 p.m. on Thursday, October 16.

    Limited tickets are available to RIC students and faculty for President Obama's Thursday afternoon address. RIC student and faculty ticket disbursal is on a first-come, first-serve basis from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Tuesday, October 14, at the Welcome Center in the RIC Student Union. Only one ticket is available per person. Students and faculty must present a valid RIC I.D.

    Limited tickets will be made available to the general public from 5 to 8 p.m. on Tuesday evening in Sapinsley Hall lobby. Only one ticket is available per person.

    Tickets are free of charge and are required for attendance.

    Attendees should be prepared to arrive at the Murray Center at 12 noon on Thursday for security screening and event admittance.


    Day classes at Rhode Island College will be cancelled on Thursday, Oct. 16, so that students and faculty have the opportunity to participate in the historic visit of President Obama to the RIC campus. Classes will resume at 5 p.m. on Thursday.

    The college will remain open and fully staffed during regular business hours on Thursday.


    The last time that President Obama spoke at RIC was as a candidate on March 1st 2008.

    A patient at Harvard Vanguard Medical Associates showed symptoms believed to be consistent with Ebola which caused the facility to go into a temporary quarantine on Sunday. In a statement released by the  Boston Public Health Commission the patient is at low risk and is not likely to have Ebola.

    A discovered body which was in a trash barrel off Leander Street in Providence in September has been identified as Augustin Nito Jaiman. Evelyn LaFrance, his wife, reported him missing to authorities in June and Providence Police reported the body has been in the barrel since that time.


    SPORTS (Discretionary Sports Bed in Megaseg):

    The New England Patriots defeated the Buffalo Bills on Sunday afternoon by a score of 37-22
     and move to a record of 4 and 2 on the season. Tom Brady had a huge game, throwing for over 350 yards over 3 touchdowns. The Patriots will take on division rivals the New York Jets at home in Foxboro Thursday night, at 8:25 pm on CBS.
     

    The Boston Bruins drop to a record of 1 and 3 after a final-second goal from the Colorado Avalanche to top Boston 2-1. The Bruins will take on the Detroit Redwings on Wednesday night.


    WEATHER (At your discretion):




    Courtesy of weather.com


    TRAFFIC (At your discretion):




    Courtesy of Rhode Island Department of Transportation 


    EVENTS AND PROMOS (Bold items mandatory to read):

    Come meet Buddy! Support Buddy Cianci October 25th 1:00 - 3:00 PM at the Van Gogh Lounge - 115 Harris Ave in Providence. Free valet parking is available.

    Join RIC Radio 90.7 WXIN by emailing Program Director Jason Johnson at PD at RIC Radio Dot Org.

    Weekly meetings are every Wednesday in Horace Mann 186 at 1pm



  • Monday, October 13
    NEWS (Use News Intro and Bed in Megaseg):

    A patient at Harvard Vanguard Medical Associates showed symptoms believed to be consistent with Ebola which caused the facility to go into a temporary quarantine on Sunday. In a statement released by the  Boston Public Health Commission the patient is at low risk and is not likely to have Ebola.

    A discovered body which was in a trash barrel off Leander Street in Providence in September has been identified as Augustin Nito Jaiman. Evelyn LaFrance, his wife, reported him missing to authorities in June and Providence Police reported the body has been in the barrel since that time.


    SPORTS (Discretionary Sports Bed in Megaseg):

    The New England Patriots defeated the Buffalo Bills on Sunday afternoon by a score of 37-22
     and move to a record of 4 and 2 on the season. Tom Brady had a huge game, throwing for over 350 yards over 3 touchdowns. The Patriots will take on division rivals the New York Jets at home in Foxboro Thursday night, at 8:25 pm on CBS.
     

    The Boston Bruins drop to a record of 1 and 3 after a final-second goal from the Colorado Avalanche to top Boston 2-1. The Bruins will take on the Detroit Redwings on Wednesday night.


    WEATHER (At your discretion):




    Courtesy of weather.com


    TRAFFIC (At your discretion):




    Courtesy of Rhode Island Department of Transportation 


    EVENTS AND PROMOS (Bold items mandatory to read):


    “Rediscovering the News: Millennials, Politics & Social Media,” a panel discussion presented by the American Democracy Project (ADP) at RIC, will explore how the ways in which today’s college students gather information influences their political engagement. This free program is scheduled for Tuesday, Oct. 14, in Alger Hall, Room 110, 2-3:30 p.m.

    Come meet Buddy! Support Buddy Cianci October 25th 1:00 - 3:00 PM at the Van Gogh Lounge - 115 Harris Ave in Providence. Free valet parking is available.

    Join RIC Radio 90.7 WXIN by emailing Program Director Jason Johnson at PD at RIC Radio Dot Org.

    Weekly meetings are every Wednesday in Horace Mann 186 at 1pm



  • Sunday October 12th
    NEWS (Use News Intro and Bed in Megaseg):

    Time Warner Cable Inc. (TWC) investors voted in favor of the company’s $45.2 billion sale to Comcast Corp. (CMCSA), leaving approval from regulators as the last major hurdles to combining the largest U.S. cable providers. More than 99 percent of shares were voted in favor of the deal, Time Warner Cable said today in a statement after its shareholder meeting in New York. Yesterday, Comcast’s shareholders approved the combination by an equivalent margin. In 2004 and 2007, the American Customer Satisfaction Index survey found that Comcast had the worst customer satisfaction rating of any company or government agency in the country, including the Internal Revenue Service. Comcast and Time Warner Cable are the most hated companies in each of the three "triple play" markets where they operate, according to an American Customer Satisfaction Index report.

    Twitter, the world’s largest microblogging platform, on Tuesday sued the U.S. government, alleging that the Justice Department’s restrictions on what the company can say publicly about the government’s national security requests for user data violate the firm’s First Amendment rights. With its lawsuit, the San Francisco-based firm is seeking to go further than five other technology companies that earlier this year reached a settlement with the government on the permissible scope of disclosure at a time of heightened concern about the scale of government surveillance. “It’s our belief that we are entitled under the First Amendment to respond to our users’ concerns and to the statements of U.S. government officials by providing information about the scope of U.S. government surveillance — including what types of legal process have not been received,” said Ben Lee, a Twitter vice president. “We should be free to do this in a meaningful way, rather than in broad, inexact ranges.”


    SPORTS (Discretionary Sports Bed in Megaseg):


    The New England Patriots defeated the Cincinatti Bengals on Sunday night by a score of 43-17 and move to a record of 3 and 2 on the season. The Patriots will take on the Buffalo Bills in Buffalo in week 6.


    The Boston Bruins lost to the Detroit Redwings by a score of 2-1, and move to a record of 1 and 1 on the season. GO GO BLACK AND GOLD!!!!!


    WEATHER (At your discretion):




    Courtesy of weather.com


    TRAFFIC (At your discretion):




    Courtesy of Rhode Island Department of Transportation 


    EVENTS AND PROMOS (Bold items mandatory to read):


    “Rediscovering the News: Millennials, Politics & Social Media,” a panel discussion presented by the American Democracy Project (ADP) at RIC, will explore how the ways in which today’s college students gather information influences their political engagement. This free program is scheduled for Tuesday, Oct. 14, in Alger Hall, Room 110, 2-3:30 p.m.

    Come meet Buddy! Support Buddy Cianci October 25th 1:00 - 3:00 PM at the Van Gogh Lounge - 115 Harris Ave in Providence. Free valet parking is available.

    Join RIC Radio 90.7 WXIN by emailing Program Director Jason Johnson at PD at RIC Radio Dot Org.

    Weekly meetings are every Wednesday in Horace Mann 186 at 1pm


  • Friday, October 10
    NEWS (Use News Intro and Bed in Megaseg):

    Time Warner Cable Inc. (TWC) investors voted in favor of the company’s $45.2 billion sale to Comcast Corp. (CMCSA), leaving approval from regulators as the last major hurdles to combining the largest U.S. cable providers. More than 99 percent of shares were voted in favor of the deal, Time Warner Cable said today in a statement after its shareholder meeting in New York. Yesterday, Comcast’s shareholders approved the combination by an equivalent margin. In 2004 and 2007, the American Customer Satisfaction Index survey found that Comcast had the worst customer satisfaction rating of any company or government agency in the country, including the Internal Revenue Service. Comcast and Time Warner Cable are the most hated companies in each of the three "triple play" markets where they operate, according to an American Customer Satisfaction Index report.

    Twitter, the world’s largest microblogging platform, on Tuesday sued the U.S. government, alleging that the Justice Department’s restrictions on what the company can say publicly about the government’s national security requests for user data violate the firm’s First Amendment rights. With its lawsuit, the San Francisco-based firm is seeking to go further than five other technology companies that earlier this year reached a settlement with the government on the permissible scope of disclosure at a time of heightened concern about the scale of government surveillance. “It’s our belief that we are entitled under the First Amendment to respond to our users’ concerns and to the statements of U.S. government officials by providing information about the scope of U.S. government surveillance — including what types of legal process have not been received,” said Ben Lee, a Twitter vice president. “We should be free to do this in a meaningful way, rather than in broad, inexact ranges.”


    SPORTS (Discretionary Sports Bed in Megaseg):


    The New England Patriots defeated the Cincinatti Bengals on Sunday night by a score of 43-17 and move to a record of 3 and 2 on the season. The Patriots will take on the Buffalo Bills in Buffalo in week 6.


    The Boston Bruins lost to the Detroit Redwings by a score of 2-1, and move to a record of 1 and 1 on the season. GO GO BLACK AND GOLD!!!!!


    WEATHER (At your discretion):




    Courtesy of weather.com


    TRAFFIC (At your discretion):




    Courtesy of Rhode Island Department of Transportation 


    EVENTS AND PROMOS (Bold items mandatory to read):


    “Rediscovering the News: Millennials, Politics & Social Media,” a panel discussion presented by the American Democracy Project (ADP) at RIC, will explore how the ways in which today’s college students gather information influences their political engagement. This free program is scheduled for Tuesday, Oct. 14, in Alger Hall, Room 110, 2-3:30 p.m.

    Come meet Buddy! Support Buddy Cianci October 25th 1:00 - 3:00 PM at the Van Gogh Lounge - 115 Harris Ave in Providence. Free valet parking is available.

    Join RIC Radio 90.7 WXIN by emailing Program Director Jason Johnson at PD at RIC Radio Dot Org.

    Weekly meetings are every Wednesday in Horace Mann 186 at 1pm


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  • Thursday, October 9
    NEWS (Use News Intro and Bed in Megaseg):


    Twitter, the world’s largest microblogging platform, on Tuesday sued the U.S. government, alleging that the Justice Department’s restrictions on what the company can say publicly about the government’s national security requests for user data violate the firm’s First Amendment rights. With its lawsuit, the San Francisco-based firm is seeking to go further than five other technology companies that earlier this year reached a settlement with the government on the permissible scope of disclosure at a time of heightened concern about the scale of government surveillance. “It’s our belief that we are entitled under the First Amendment to respond to our users’ concerns and to the statements of U.S. government officials by providing information about the scope of U.S. government surveillance — including what types of legal process have not been received,” said Ben Lee, a Twitter vice president. “We should be free to do this in a meaningful way, rather than in broad, inexact ranges.”


    The brain’s “inner GPS” – neurons that allow mapping and navigating in a complex environment - scored a Nobel Prize for medicine. The 2014 award went to American-British neurologist John O'Keefe and Norwegian scientist spouses May-Britt and Edvard Moser."The discoveries...have solved a problem that has occupied philosophers and scientists for centuries," the Nobel Assembly at Sweden's Karolinska Institute said Monday. "How does the brain create a map of the space surrounding us and how can we navigate our way through a complex environment?"


    SPORTS (Discretionary Sports Bed in Megaseg):


    The New England Patriots defeated the Cincinatti Bengals on Sunday night by a score of 43-17 and move to a record of 3 and 2 on the season. The Patriots will take on the Buffalo Bills in Buffalo in week 6.


    The Boston Bruins defeated the Philadephia Flyers in their season opener by a score of 2-1, with the winning goal from Chris Kelly with under 2 minutes to go!!!!! GO GO BLACK AND GOLD!!!!!


    The Boston Celtics defeated the New York Knicks 106-86 in a preseason game.

    Listen to DBL Radio, hosted byTHE MAN himself, T-Dollah Sign, tonight from 12-2 am, right here on WXIN.


    WEATHER (At your discretion):




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    TRAFFIC (At your discretion):




    Courtesy of Rhode Island Department of Transportation 


    EVENTS AND PROMOS (Bold items mandatory to read):


    Festival of Lights, co-sponsored by WXIN, is TODAY from 4-10 PM!

    “Rediscovering the News: Millennials, Politics & Social Media,” a panel discussion presented by the American Democracy Project (ADP) at RIC, will explore how the ways in which today’s college students gather information influences their political engagement. This free program is scheduled for Tuesday, Oct. 14, in Alger Hall, Room 110, 2-3:30 p.m.


    Come meet Buddy! Support Buddy Cianci October 18th 1:00 - 3:00 PM at the Van Gogh Lounge - 115 Harris Ave in Providence. Free valet parking is available.

    Join RIC Radio 90.7 WXIN by emailing Program Director Jason Johnson at PD at RIC Radio Dot Org.

    Weekly meetings are every Wednesday in Horace Mann 186 at 1pm


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  • Wednesday, October 8
    NEWS:

    Twitter, the world’s largest microblogging platform, on Tuesday sued the U.S. government, alleging that the Justice Department’s restrictions on what the company can say publicly about the government’s national security requests for user data violate the firm’s First Amendment rights. With its lawsuit, the San Francisco-based firm is seeking to go further than five other technology companies that earlier this year reached a settlement with the government on the permissible scope of disclosure at a time of heightened concern about the scale of government surveillance. “It’s our belief that we are entitled under the First Amendment to respond to our users’ concerns and to the statements of U.S. government officials by providing information about the scope of U.S. government surveillance — including what types of legal process have not been received,” said Ben Lee, a Twitter vice president. “We should be free to do this in a meaningful way, rather than in broad, inexact ranges.”

    The brain’s “inner GPS” – neurons that allow mapping and navigating in a complex environment - scored a Nobel Prize for medicine. The 2014 award went to American-British neurologist John O'Keefe and Norwegian scientist spouses May-Britt and Edvard Moser."The discoveries...have solved a problem that has occupied philosophers and scientists for centuries," the Nobel Assembly at Sweden's Karolinska Institute said Monday. "How does the brain create a map of the space surrounding us and how can we navigate our way through a complex environment?"

    SPORTS:

    The New England Patriots defeated the Cincinatti Bengals on Sunday night by a score of 43-17 and move to a record of 3 and 2 on the season. The Patriots will take on the Buffalo Bills in Buffalo in week 6.

    The Boston Bruins regular season starts tonight at home against the Philadephia Flyers!!!!! GO GO BLACK AND GOLD!!!!!

    The Boston Celtics defeated the Philadelphia 76ers 98-78 in their preseason opener.

    WEATHER:


    Courtesy of weather.com

    TRAFFIC:


    Courtesy of Rhode Island Department of Transportation 

    EVENT:

    Festival of Lights, co-sponsored by WXIN, is TOMORROW from 4-10 PM!

    “Rediscovering the News: Millennials, Politics & Social Media,” a panel discussion presented by the American Democracy Project (ADP) at RIC, will explore how the ways in which today’s college students gather information influences their political engagement. This free program is scheduled for Tuesday, Oct. 14, in Alger Hall, Room 110, 2-3:30 p.m.

    Come meet Buddy! Support Buddy Cianci October 18th 1:00 - 3:00 PM at the Van Gogh Lounge - 115 Harris Ave in Providence. Free valet parking is available.

    Join RIC Radio 90.7 WXIN by emailing Program Director Jason Johnson at PD at RIC Radio Dot Org.

    Weekly meetings are every Wednesday in Horace Mann 186 at 1pm




  • Tuesday October 7th
    NEWS:

    Twitter, the world’s largest microblogging platform, on Tuesday sued the U.S. government, alleging that the Justice Department’s restrictions on what the company can say publicly about the government’s national security requests for user data violate the firm’s First Amendment rights. With its lawsuit, the San Francisco-based firm is seeking to go further than five other technology companies that earlier this year reached a settlement with the government on the permissible scope of disclosure at a time of heightened concern about the scale of government surveillance. “It’s our belief that we are entitled under the First Amendment to respond to our users’ concerns and to the statements of U.S. government officials by providing information about the scope of U.S. government surveillance — including what types of legal process have not been received,” said Ben Lee, a Twitter vice president. “We should be free to do this in a meaningful way, rather than in broad, inexact ranges.”


    The brain’s “inner GPS” – neurons that allow mapping and navigating in a complex environment - scored a Nobel Prize for medicine. The 2014 award went to American-British neurologist John O'Keefe and Norwegian scientist spouses May-Britt and Edvard Moser. "The discoveries...have solved a problem that has occupied philosophers and scientists for centuries," the Nobel Assembly at Sweden's Karolinska Institute said Monday. "How does the brain create a map of the space surrounding us and how can we navigate our way through a complex environment?"

    SPORTS:

    The New England Patriots defeated the Cincinatti Bengals on Sunday night by a score of 43-17 and move to a record of 3 and 2 on the season. The Patriots will take on the Buffalo Bills in Buffalo in week 6.

    The Boston Bruins regular season starts Wednesday night at home against the Philadephia Flyers. 

    The Boston Celtics defeated the Philadelphia 76ers 98-78 in their preseason opener.

    WEATHER:




    Courtesy of weather.com



    TRAFFIC:




    Courtesy of Rhode Island Department of Transportation 



    EVENT:

    Festival of Lights, co-sponsored by WXIN, is THIS THURSDAY from 4-10 PM!

    Come meet Buddy! Support Buddy Cianci October 18th 1:00 - 3:00 PM at the Van Gogh Lounge - 115 Harris Ave in Providence. Free valet parking is available.

    Join RIC Radio 90.7 WXIN by emailing Program Director Jason Johnson at PD at RIC Radio Dot Org.


    Weekly meetings are every Wednesday in Horace Mann 186 at 1pm.