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As state lawmakers consider legalizing marijuana for recreational adult use, some Delawareans are thinking about the implications for impaired driving in the First State. “There is the … more
DOVER — Joined by nine supporters and holding over 2,000 signatures asking to add racial diversity to the Court of Chancery on Thursday, Senior Pastor Blaine Hackett hoped to draw attention to … more
LEWES — She was remembered as an standout athlete and excellent student, as well as a loving and compassionate soul to all around her. Margaret “Maggie” Browne, 16, of Rehoboth Beach, died in an all-terrain vehicle accident Tuesday and will clearly be missed but never forgotten. more
If convicted on all charges, Brandon Haas could face a prison sentence of 45 years. Kristie Haas – who is further charged with assault second degree, abusing a corpse and reckless burning – faces a maximum sentence of 55 years. more
DOVER — A Dover-based attorney plans to appeal the dismissal of a federal lawsuit alleging mistreatment of inmates at James T. Vaughn Correctional Center, stemming from a deadly riot in … more
SEAFORD — Add the Seaford Police Department to the list of state-accredited law enforcement agencies, and more are on the way.The Delaware Police Accreditation Commission (DPAC) was created in … more
CAMBRIDGE — Three are dead after an early-morning fire in an apartment at 404 High St. Rescue Fire Company received its first alarm, reported by a neighbor, at 12:26 a.m., and responded with … more
SEAFORD - Delaware State Police are currently investigating an officer-involved shooting that left a 51-year-old Seaford woman dead Thursday night, spokeswoman Master Cpl. Heather Pepper … more
CAMBRIDGE — Dorchester County Sheriff James W. Phillips Jr. said Thursday morning that a salary increase for his staff is long overdue. Other county-funded first responders — Emergency … more
On March 6, at approximately 10:24 p.m., Cambridge Police were dispatched to the rear parking lot behind the 300 block of High Street regarding an attempted robbery and assault. Upon arrival, … more
WILMINGTON — On Friday, Delaware Supreme Court Chief Justice Collins J. Seitz Jr. announced that jury trials and more in-person court proceedings may return to state courts in June, as long as current COVID-19 numbers continue downward. more
Salisbury Independent The Wicomico County State’s Attorney has launched a new website that incorporates easy-to-access resources for those navigating the criminal justice system. The site … more
Heroin seizure in QACOn Feb. 21 at approximately 1:16 p.m., troopers at the Maryland State Police Centreville Barrack received a 911 transfer describing an erratic driver who had reportedly struck an … more
DOVER — Navigating a balancing act of providing justice for all and courthouse safety due to COVID-19 concerns, the state’s legal system continues to operate under an officially declared … more
CAMDEN — Firefighters worked for more than an hour to bring a residential blaze under control early Tuesday, a fire company spokesman said. more
DAGSBORO — A new headquarters hub for the town’s police department is part of a conceptual plan that includes a separate conference room, improvements to the existing Town Hall and … more
DOVER — America, it’s often said, is the land of opportunity. But for far too many, that opportunity is more like a cruel joke, something snatched away at an early age — if indeed they ever really had it. more
PRINCESS ANNE — For the 2019 armed robbery and assault of a clerk at the Westover Dollar General a 25-year-old Delaware man was sentenced to serve 35 years in prison. Timothy Dwan Jarvis, of … more
MILFORD — The Milford Police Department has officially started its behavioral health unit. more
SMYRNA — With access to court records, details have emerged that provide a little more information to what led to the arrest of a former Smyrna couple charged in connection with the death of … more
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