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Nick Ciolino

Afternoon Anchor/Reporter

Nick Ciolino has lived in and around Detroit, Michigan for most of his life.

He graduated from Wayne State University with an English degree, and interned as a reporter at WDET, Detroit’s NPR affiliate station.

Nick has worked in the city as a truck driver delivering cupcakes, a tire tech in an auto shop and a beer vender at Comerica Park.

In 2014, he began spending his summers in Alaska working as a commercial fisherman, and later as a reporter at KDLG in Dillingham, covering the wild Alaskan salmon run. It is from there he came to Delaware to host All Things Considered.

When he isn’t behind the mic or on assignment, Nick is probably picking a guitar or banjo and singing a tune.

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An annual survey by the North American Securities Administrators Association, of which Delaware's Department of Justice is a member, lists the most common threats to investors in Delaware.


Delaware is joining a federal initiative to connect first responders nationwide to a broadband data sharing network called FirstNet.

Delaware’s Division of Public Health reports another flu related death — the state’s second this season.

With tax season approaching, state officials are urging individuals and small businesses in the First State to be sure and secure their tax information when filing this year.

Department of Health and Human Services

24,860 people in Delaware signed up for health care coverage under the Affordable Care Act this year.

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A federal grand jury indictment accuses Michael Boyce of laundering more than $6.5 million in the scheme.

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Delaware will run out of money for the CHIP program at the end of January, if Congress does not pass legislation to renew its funding.

The public health policy organization, Trust for America’s Health, ranks Delaware in the top five of states best prepared for a public health emergency.

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Chemours broke ground on its new state of the art science innovation center at University of Delaware’s STAR Campus.

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As the cost of healthcare in Delaware outpaces the state’s economic growth, officials are searching for ways to make providing healthcare more efficient and effective.

That plan includes continuing work to integrate behavioral health treatment with primary care settings.