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Delaware’s Attorney General is looking to dissolve a list of limited liability companies linked to criminal activity. Several of the shell companies are owned by Paul Manafort, Richard Gates and Michael Cohen.   

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It’s Child Passenger Safety Week, and the state’s Office of Highway Safety (OHS) is taking steps to help people keep kids when riding in a motor vehicle.

 


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The City of Wilmington plans to reform its parking enforcement system. The announcement follows complaints by AAA Mid-Atlantic about the city’s ticketing, towing and appeals processes. 

 


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The Lewes Volunteer Fire Department’s fire and rescue boat is back on the water after more than a year of being out of service for repairs.

 


Three inmates involved in the 2017 riot at the James T. Vaughn Correctional Center near Smyrna were sentenced Friday.


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A Delaware man faces at least 20 years in prison after a federal jury convicted him this week for conspiracy and drug distribution. He could get life in prison.

Donte Jacobs is the first person in Delaware charged with conspiracy to distribute heroin and fentanyl that caused the death of another person.

left to right:  Sally Oberle, Rachel Mavity, Debbie Campbell, Joan Sciorra & Mayor Paul Kuhns
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September is National Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month. And some First State cities and towns are taking action to make more people aware of this form of cancer.

 


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Wilmington City Council members are pushing to fund body cameras for the city’s police department despite its failure to secure a federal grant for the program. 

 


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