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News report of Delaware LLC employed as Middle East assassins again raises abuse of law concerns

Open government advocates are once again calling for an independent counsel to examine Delaware’s LLC law. It comes after a news report that a Middle Eastern government hired a Delaware LLC to kill people.

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Seaford special ed. teacher earns First State's top teaching honor

The Delaware Department of Education announced Dana Bowe as Delaware’s 2019 Teacher of the Year this week.

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The Wilmington-based addiction and mental health treatment center Gaudenzia is opening a new facility in Claymont.

The MegaMillions jackpot is reaching heights rarely seen.

No one had the winning numbers in last night’s drawing, pushing the top prize for the next drawing Friday to $868 million.

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The City of Wilmington presented working plans for revitalization along the Brandywine River in northeast Wilmington at a public open house last Tuesday.

The Delaware Emergency Management Agency (DEMA), is encouraging First State residents and businesses to take part in the 6th Annual Great American Shakeout Earthquake Drill Thursday.


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The Wilmington Police Department says it plans to have its officers carry the overdose antidote Narcan as soon as possible.

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Delaware youth have new criminal justice protections that help them avoid having a record.

The Delaware Democratic Party has filed a complaint alleging two Republican officeholders of violating campaign finance laws.

Tourism is a $1.7 billion dollar industry in Sussex County and Southern Delaware Tourism wants to recognize those who help keep it thriving.


Lottery players in Delaware and across the country can play for nearly $1 billion in jackpots this week

No one claimed the top prizes in MegaMillions or Powerball over the weekend, pushing their combined worth to $999 million.

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A Superior Court judge ruled against regulations on carrying guns in Delaware State Parks last week.