Delaware Public Media

Kelli Steele

Morning Anchor/Reporter

Kelli Steele has over 30 years of experience covering news in Delaware, Baltimore, Winchester, Virginia, Phoenix, Arizona and San Diego, California.

Kelli joined Delaware Public Media in August 2017 as host of Morning Edition and as its Arts reporter.

A Baltimore native, Kelli has been living in Delaware since 1986 and has called Delmarva her home except for the four years when she lived in Phoenix and San Diego, two years each.

Kelli's work has been honored by the Associated Press and the Delaware Press Association; she's also been named Delaware's favorite downstate news anchor three times by Delaware Today Magazine.

In between working and going to bed very early, Kelli enjoy reality TV, watching baseball, basketball and soccer and exercising, when possible.

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The weather is starting to turn colder - often leaving the homeless in need of a place to stay, especially at night.

Code Purple Sanctuaries are preparing to address that need in Kent and Sussex Counties.

 


Lt. Governnor's Challenge

Lieutenant Governor Bethany Hall-Long recently kicked off the “Lieutenant Governor’s Challenge,” which aims to build a stronger and healthier Delaware.

 


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Colder temperatures have arrived across the region. And one local utility is trying to make sure its customers stay warm safely.

 


Gretchen Hanson

Not just a cookbook, but also a chef’s memoir and short stories wrapped around recipes.

That’s how award-winning chef and former owner of Hobos Restaurant in Rehoboth Beach, Gretchen Hanson, describes her new book titled, “When It’s Done: The Making of A Chef.”


Dover Internatioal Speedway

“Miles” the monster monument in Victory Plaza at Dover International Speedway is lit purple this month.

 


DelDOT

Each Fall, Delaware’s Department of Transportation (DelDOT) holds an “Imagine A Litter Free Delaware Day” cleanup. This year’s cleanup is this weekend.

 


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The Cape May-Lewes Ferry is ready to say “thank you” to the military community this weekend.

 


Now that the midterm elections are over, all eyes are on Return Day in Delaware.

 


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Sussex County voters elected two new Republican faces to serve on County Council.

Hagley Museum and Library

Privacy worries may feel like a new phenomenon in the digital age. But our ancestors were also worried about it.

And Vanderbilt University associate history professor Sarah Igo is coming to the First State to offer that historical context.

 

 


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