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State senators set to vote on new version of bill giving Del Tech bonding authority

State senators are expected to consider a new version of legislation helping Delaware Tech address deferred maintenance needs Tuesday.

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Lack of dental coverage for low-income adults in Delaware can have serious costs

Thanks to Delaware’s 2014 Medicaid expansion, tens of thousands of low-income adults in Delaware were able to access preventive medical services. But one piece was missing: dental coverage.

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The Medical Society of Delaware is doubling down on its stance against recreational marijuana.

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Junior Achievement of Delaware recently got a helping hand from Delmarva Power.


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State officials burned a field in Middletown this week to create habitat for pollinators.

 


An attempt by some lawmakers to give Delaware Tech bonding authority hit another roadblock this week.


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Lottery players get another shot at a mega-jackpot this weekend.

The top prize for Saturday night’s Powerball drawing is over $600 million.

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Unemployment in Delaware is now at its lowest level since before the Great Recession.

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The Christina School District continues make progress toward implementing a Memorandum of Understanding with the state to reorganize its Wilmington schools.  But the path to the finish line is not without obstacles.

Contributor Larry Nagengast looks at issues still on the horizon in this latest effort to improve schools in the state’s largest city.


Sarah Mueller

Thanks to Delaware’s 2014 Medicaid expansion, tens of thousands of low-income adults in Delaware were able to access preventive medical services. But one piece was missing: dental coverage.

Artificial intelligence is a term we’re all pretty familiar with, but how much do we really know about it beyond the way its portrayed in pop culture and science fiction.

What is the state of A.I. right now and where is it headed? And does A.I mean to you and me – both now and in the future?

These questions have both practical and philosophical implications – and the latest "A Matter of Facts" podcast from Delaware Humanities tries to sort through some them with Dr. Susan Schneider. 


The deadline is fast approaching for the 19th Annual DART Poster Contest.


 

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