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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After just over a year and declines on several fronts at General Electric, John Flannery has been ousted as the leader of the century-old company. Flannery took over for longtime CEO and Chairman Jeff Immelt in August 2017 with the Boston-based company trying to re-establish its industrial roots, albeit a high-tech version of itself. SENT: 520 words, photo.
Protesters plan to gather at the site of a visit by U.S. Sen. Jeff Flake to Boston to demand the ranking Republican reject the confirmation of embattled Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh. UPCOMING: 600 words. Video and photos planned.
— TWO FOUND DEAD: Police are now calling the deaths of a man and woman found shot inside a Rhode Island home a murder-suicide. SENT.
— PROVIDENCE STABBINGS: Providence police are investigating two early morning stabbings. SENT.
— GAS PRICES-RHODE ISLAND: The price of a gallon of gasoline in Rhode Island has inched up a penny. SENT.
The Boston Bruins hold media day as they prepare for Wednesday’s opener against the Stanley Cup Champion Washington Capitals. UPCOMING: 600 words by 6 p.m.
IVY LEAGUE CONCUSSIONS
Concussion rates fell in Ivy League football after a rule change shortened kickoff returns, By Medical Writer Lindsey Tanner. UPCOMING: 400 words, photo.
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