AP-RI--Rhode Island News Digest 1:30 pm, RI
Good afternoon. Here’s a look at how AP’s general news coverage is shaping up in Rhode Island.
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ELECTION 2018-RHODE ISLAND
Voters choose a governor, U.S. senator and other officials in Rhode Island. By Jennifer McDermott. SENT: 400 words. UPCOMING: Will be updated after polls close at 8 p.m., photos.
— Election 2018-Rhode Island-The Latest, with breaking election developments.
— Election 2018-Governor-Rhode Island, spot coverage of the race between Democratic Gov. Gina Raimondo and Republican challenger Allan Fung. AP Photos planned from Raimondo rally.
— Election 2018-Senate-Rhode Island, spot coverage of Democratic Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse’s re-election bid.
— Election 2018-House-Rhode Island, spot coverage of Rhode Island’s two congressional contests.
— Election 2018-Ballot Questions-Rhode Island, spot coverage of ballot measures.
— Election 2018-House Speaker-Rhode Island, spot coverage of the Democratic House speaker’s re-election bid.
— Election 2018-Providence Mayor-Rhode Island, spot coverage of the Democratic Providence mayor’s re-election bid.
CVS HEALTH RESULTS
Lower taxes and a jump in prescriptions helped push CVS Health past third-quarter expectations. The nation’s second-largest drugstore chain said Tuesday that prescription volume in stores open at least a year jumped 9 percent, which nudged revenue from its retail-long-term care business up more than 6 percent to about $20.9 billion. SENT: 450 words.
— GIRLFRIEND KILLING-NEW TRIAL: The Rhode Island Supreme Court has allowed a man to seek a new trial in the 2009 shooting death of his teenage girlfriend. SENT.
— HARBOR RESCUE: Police say a woman who was rescued last month from the Newport Harbor in Rhode Island has died. SENT.
— SUBSTANCE ABUSE VICTIMS-GRANT: Rhode Island has received a $750,000 federal grant to help children affected by substance abuse. SENT.
— VACANT PROPERTY TAX: Providence city officials say they have established a tax on vacant and abandoned properties citywide. SENT.
— MACKEREL SHUTDOWN: The federal government is shutting down a chunk of the Atlantic Ocean fishery for a species of mackerel for several months. SENT.
Siena at Providence, 6:30 p.m.
Bryant at Rhode Island, 7 p.m.
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