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Jury delivers verdict in first Vaughn prison trial

The verdict in the first trial of inmates allegedly involved in the Vaughn prison riot is in.

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Delaware DOC, Probation and Parole pitch budget 2020 requests

First State probation and parole officers are hopeful they’ll see better pay and benefits in the fiscal year 2020 budget.

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Some inmates’ families are anxious their loved ones will among those the Delaware Department of Correction is moving to a prison southwest of Harrisburg, Pennsylvania.


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Christiana Care Health System is getting help from the state to start a new behavioral health pilot.


Sophia Schmidt, Delaware Public Media

Officials broke ground Monday on the new transit hub planned near the Wilmington train station.

 


The University of Delaware football team is finally returning to post-season play.

The Blue Hens earned their first bid to the NCAA FCS playoffs since 2010 Sunday, despite losing their final two regular season games.

United States Interagency Council on Veteran Homelessness

The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs says homelessness among military veterans in Delaware is down 17 percent from 2017.


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Anyone traveling for the Thanksgiving holiday this week will have plenty of company.

 

 


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There aren’t currently any wind turbines off Delaware's coast, but a University of Delaware researcher’s work suggests having some could do more than just provide electricity.

 


Delaware State University put in its state budget request for fiscal year 2020 this week.

The university is seeking $54.5 million for operating costs and more than $105 million to cover deferred maintenance needs.

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The Wilmington Renaissance Corporation is working to make West Center City greener.


The First State has seen job growth in recent months according to payroll data released Friday.

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