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Delaware’s Department of Justice is reviewing criminal cases that predate DNA evidence.

Sophia Schmidt, Delaware Public Media

The $2.4 million renovations at Eden Park are “proceeding on schedule,” according to a statement from Wilmington Mayor Mike Purzycki Monday.


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Schools throughout Delaware are gearing up for the annual “Spread the Word - Respect” campaign this week.


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The City of Wilmington can join a legal challenge seeking to force property reassessment in the First State.

 


Courtesy of the Dover Police Department

On Feb. 18, Dover Police arrested a 45-year-old man for Possession of a Destructive Weapon— specifically, an AR-15 outfitted with a bump stock attachment to make it fire like an automatic.

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The driver of a car carrying four Delaware State University students involved in a weekend accident has died.

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Motorists who have been fighting traffic tie-ups on Route 1 through Little Heaven since November 2015 are about to get relief.

 

The new Little Heaven overpass on Route 1 is scheduled to open next week.


Sophia Schmidt/Delaware Public Media

Several former Wilmington Trust bank executives convicted of fraud will not report to prison next month.

 


Delaware State University is looking into the role hazing by one of its fraternities may have played in a weekend car accident.

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