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Joint Finance Committee approves state employee raises for FY 2020

Delaware state workers are likely to see larger paychecks in the next fiscal year.

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Barbers join the fight for literacy in Wilmington

The Wilmington Public Library is trying something different to encourage kids to read.

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The State Auditor said she’s prevented from auditing a charter school by a law sponsored by the lawmaker urging her to do the audit.

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Wilmington City Council reconsidered Mayor Mike Purzycki’s 2020 budget plan Tuesday.


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The University of Delaware’s telemedicine program is continuing to equip more First State medical providers with the ability to visit patients remotely on a screen.

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Delaware State University announced former school president William DeLauder died Monday.  He was 81.

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Delawareans joined #StopTheBans rallies across the country Tuesday.

Advocates gathered on Wilmington's Rodney Square protested recent legislation restricting or largely banning abortions in states including Alabama and Missouri.


Delaware revenue numbers keep rising as lawmakers move to draft the next fiscal year’s budget.

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Delaware’s farmers are still dealing with marketplace uncertainty as trade tensions continue between China and the United States.

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The Rehoboth Art League (RAL) is looking for an artist to create a coastal themed mural on the Rehoboth Beach Convention Center.

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Archeologists are resuming the quest to find the lost Fort Casimir in Historic New Castle.


Fort Casimir was originally built by Dutch settlers on the shore of the Delaware River in New Castle in 1651.

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Some Delaware lawmakers want to reinstate capital punishment in the First State.