A possible tornado in Sussex County Saturday leaves one person dead.
The blockbuster $1.6 billion defamation lawsuit is set to go to trial next month in a Delaware court.
Millsboro has one of the worst traffic bottlenecks in Sussex County- and as the area’s population grows, congestion is getting worse. The solution is a 2 lane connector road between US 113 and state route 24 north of Millsboro.
Delaware currently has no state-level certification process for recovery homes, which play a vital role in the state's response to the opioid crisis.
This Week on "The Green"
During the pandemic, more Americans qualified for food assistance and cash aid.According to one non-partisan study, food benefits – through the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program, or SNAP – lowered child poverty by roughly 14 percent and kept more than four million Americans above the poverty line. Now, many states are returning to pre-pandemic levels of assistance, in the midst of an economy featuring high inflation and higher costs at the grocery store.Delaware Public Media’s Kyle McKinnon sat down with the Delaware Department of Health and Social Services’ Marcella Spady and Janneen Boyce to learn more about how the end of pandemic-related SNAP funding looks in the First State.
NPR National and World Headlines
Sadai Banowan, which means "women's voice" in Dari, is Afghanistan's only women-run station. The Taliban said it was shut down for playing music during the holy month of Ramadan.
The slain man was 26-year-old Mohammed Alasibi from Hura, a Bedouin Arab village in southern Israel. The shooting raises fears of further violence during heightened tensions at the holy site.
NPR's Scott Detrow speaks to Debashis Chanda about his groundbreaking research on structural paint, featured in WIRED magazine.
People from across the country reacted differently to the historic indictment of former President Donald Trump.
NPR's Scott Detrow speaks with the anonymous digital artist who goes by "Claire Silver" about the use of artificial intelligence in artistic creations.
NPR's Scott Detrow talks to Jessica Chen Weiss from Cornell University about the rising tension with China as Taiwan's president visits the United States.
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