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A loophole in the state’s DUI ignition interlock device program is now closed.

Before a person could avoid installing an ignition interlock device in their vehicle under certain circumstances, but now that Gov. John Carney signed House Bill 152 into law that’s no longer the case.

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Delaware’s Department of Justice has joined a multi-state investigation of Juul Labs, Inc., makers of e-cigarettes popular among teens

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A federal judge has dismissed the suit filed against the City of Wilmington and several former officials related to the 2016 Canby Park fire. 

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State officials are looking into adding a state-sponsored retirement savings plan in Delaware.


Delaware’s insurance commissioner is reacting to a report showing that First State service members may return home to increased auto insurance premiums.

 


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Amazon could receive millions in taxpayer dollars from the state after a vote by economic development officials Monday.  


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Voters in the Smyrna School District approved $667,300 capital referendum over the weekend.

The referendum passed Saturday, with 317 residents voting yes and 134 no.

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Another board member resigned from a troubled charter school just outside of Wilmington late last week. 

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A Department of Defense (DOD) report on the size and scope of military hospitals calls for the 436th Medical Group to adjust how it operates.


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Residents in the City of Dover could see water rates rise if the Mayor and Council approve recommendations by the city manager.


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