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Sen. Tom Carper is opposing a recent Trump Administration proposal that could ease federal limits on mercury pollution.


Sophia Schmidt, Delaware Public Media

Middletown Council chambers were packed with upwards of 200 people looking to discuss last week's Hummers Parade.

The loosely organized annual event is known for edgy political satire— but this year several immigration-themed floats were called out as racist.


Courtesy of Wells Fargo

Wells Fargo Bank has settled with fifty states including Delaware over alleged state consumer protection violations.


James Morrison, Delaware Public Media

The next trial of inmates allegedly involved in the 2017 Vaughn prison riot gets underway Monday.

Jury selection in the second of the four scheduled trials is slated to begin at 10 a.m. in Wilmington.


Christmas is over. The New Year has been rung in and if you haven’t already, it’s time to take down your Christmas tree. And here's what you can do if that doesn’t mean just packing away an artificial tree.

Delaware Public Media

Christiana Care has filed a motion in federal court to dismiss a false claims lawsuit against it.


New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy has vetoed the Delaware Memorial Bridge toll increase which would have taken effect March 1.

Courtesy of NOAA

2018 was Wilmington’s wettest year in more than 70 years, according to preliminary data from the National Weather Service. It shows Wilmington rainfall at 61.37 inches last year, breaking the previous record of 61.05 set in 1945.


Delaware Lottery

There’s is a winner in last night’s drawing for the huge $425 million dollar Mega Millions jackpot.

Delaware Department of Finance

The Delaware Department of Finance is reminding Delawareans to be on guard against phishing scams.