ChristianaCare announces negotiations to purchase Crozer Health end with no deal.
Talks of a medical school in Delaware at a Delaware State University Board of Trustees retreat last month came to light earlier this week - and DSU President Tony Allen confirmed the discussion in a letter to the university community this week.
This Week on "The Green"
As part of our 2022 Election coverage, Delaware Public Media is highlighting a series of “Races to Watch,” starting with races in the upcoming September primary.This week, we head to New Castle County – specifically in one North Wilmington House district where Democrats have a choice this year: go with an incumbent or make a change to carry the party forward to the November General Election.Delaware Public Media’s Mark Fowser breaks down the House District 6 primary race.
NPR National and World Headlines
Not all economic recessions and recoveries are created equal. Japan's "L-shaped" recovery — which really isn't much of a recovery at all — in the 1990s offers a cautionary tale.
NPR's Juana Summers talks with Rutherford Falls showrunner Sierra Teller Ornelas about the recent success of Native-led movies and TV series, like Prey, Dark Winds, Reservation Dogs and her own show.
There have been nearly two weeks of shelling around a nuclear power plant in southern Ukraine. President Vladimir Putin said that Russia will allow international inspectors to enter the plant.
Humans are sweaty beasts, but it turns out many other animals have different ways to keep cool. Staff of the Maryland Zoo help explain how their residents regulate their temperatures.
In two New York counties, city health officials have been tackling a worrying trend: polio samples showing up in wastewater. In one county, a young adult became sick and paralyzed from the disease.
Black voters in Florida face new election laws — which a federal judge said continues a pattern of discriminatory provisions — and a new congressional map that broke up a prominent Black district.
- Enlighten Me: Getting graduation back to normal
- Dover Air Mobility Command Museum returns to full flight
- 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