Cases of avian flu continue to have poultry producers in Delaware on high alert.
Former State Rep. Gerald Brady was sentenced to probation last week after pleading guilty to two counts of shoplifting from a local Newark grocery store.
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Just over a month ago, the state released a long-awaited report from UD’s Special Initiative on Offshore Wind. The conclusions reached in that report beg the question - is Delaware on brink of finally deciding to buy electricity from the offshore wind industry?Contributor Jon Hurdle looks at where the First State is in the process of answering that question this week.
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Polls show most traditional farmers don't believe they contribute to climate change. Two farmers in Illinois started a soil protection program that has myriad climate benefits.
In Buffalo, N.Y., people are still struggling to comprehend Saturday's attack that killed 10 people at a supermarket. Authorities say a self-avowed white supremacist targeted Black people.
It had to be on Kai Neukerman's wish list to play with Pearl Jam. Neukerman left the Oakland arena saying it felt surreal, but also with a bit of immortality.
In a video set to a timer, Angel Alvarado, 19, solves the puzzles with his thumbs while tossing them in the air. He set the record at four and a half minutes — breaking his own record by 20 seconds.
Tony Allen, Delaware State University's president, says once the complaint is officially filed, it will be made available to the campus community to read.
A racist conspiracy theory is believed to have motivated the suspected gunman in the Buffalo attack. It was once a fringe belief, but it's found its way into the mainstream.
- Dover Air Mobility Command Museum returns to full flight
- Dover Days readies for 2022 return
- Kay's Kamp continues work with kids and families facing cancer
- State employees exhibit their creativity
- First State Heritage Park offers 'Hidden Lives' tour for Black History Month
- Polytech program offers apprentice opportunities for young adults
- Killens Pond hiking series offers chance to get some winter outdoor activity