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With oral arguments set to conclude Wednesday, the constitutionality of Delaware’s vote-by-mail law is expected to be determined by the Delaware Supreme Court by the end of next week. more
Salisbury is set to launch a recently developed predictive policing project in which artificial-intelligence software can forecast when and where crimes might occur. The city’s Information … more
DOVER (AP) — A federal judge has refused to dismiss a lawsuit against Democratic Gov. John Carney over Delaware’s requirement for political balance on its courts. more
DOVER — Sentencing for State Auditor Kathy McGuiness, found guilty of two misdemeanor offenses in July, is scheduled for 10 a.m. Oct. 19. more
DOVER — A Delaware judge ruled Wednesday that a new vote-by-mail law enacted earlier this year is unconstitutional and that voting by mail cannot be used in upcoming November election. Vice … more
MILLSBORO - Marquise Bennett, 25, of Dover, was arrested following an alleged armed robbery in the Oak Orchard area Wednesday night, authorities said. Delaware State Police spokesperson Senior … more
Maryland State Police have identified two vehicles of interest, as the investigation continues into the hit and run that killed 29-year-old … more
PRINCESS ANNE — It was after 11 p.m. on Tuesday, June 2, 2020 when Princess Anne Police Officer Chad Savage and Sgt. Rob Smith responded to a residence in the 11500 block of Church Street for a … more
DOVER – After nearly two months of closure following an alleged arson, the Target store in Dover is scheduled to re-open on Friday. more
DOVER — Two students were injured in a shooting at Delaware State University early Saturday, the university said in a press release. There is no longer any active threat on campus, a representative said. more
WILMINGTON — Early last week, Julianne Murray, a Republican candidate for state attorney general, took aim at some of Delaware’s gun charges. more
A Delaware State Police trooper has pleaded guilty to misdemeanor misuse of computer system information. Cpl. James D. Boyda’s plea was announced by Attorney General Kathy Jennings and State … more
DOVER — The Target store that has been closed since an alleged arson July 10 should be opening by the end of August, a company spokesperson said Monday. more
LINCOLN — The Delaware State Police are investigating a dead body found on the side of the road in the Lincoln area. Delaware State Police spokesman Senior Cpl. Leonard DeMalto said troopers … more
PRINCESS ANNE — The Somerset County Sheriff’s Office is ramping up its cadre of school resource officers (SROs) after the County Commissioners approved five additional … more
MILFORD — City officials broke ground Wednesday for a police headquarters to replace the cramped, decades-old station just across the street. more
SALISBURY — The Lower Shore CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocate) program — serving children in the child welfare system in Somerset, Wicomico and Worcester counties — is offering … more
PRINCESS ANNE — The inaugural members of the newly-established Somerset County Police Accountability Board have been selected by the County Commissioners to serve with retired Maryland State … more
As Tesla and SpaceX CEO Elon Musk heads to court over his $44 billion purchase of Twitter, many have questioned why such a high-profile case will be held in the First State. more
DOVER — One motion was for a judgment of acquittal, the other aiming for a new trial. As it forecast earlier, counsel for convicted State Auditor Kathy McGuiness filed the documents … more
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