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DOVER — They arrive at the Dover Police Department at 6 or 7 in the morning to begin a 10- to 12-hour training session. That’s every weekday for 20 weeks until … more
WILMINGTON — Hunt Companies, Inc., one of the largest providers of privatized military housing to the U.S. armed forces, agreed to a $500,000 settlement with the U.S. government to resolve … more
WILMINGTON — State Sen. Darius Brown was found not guilty on two misdemeanor charges — offensive touching and disorderly conduct — on Thursday.  more
WILMINGTON — The trial of a Delaware senator accused of punching a woman in the head while together at a restaurant last year opened Wednesday with her version of events and testimony from … more
A fatal accident was reported this morning as Kent County continued to get the brunt of the snowstorm. Delaware Department of Transportation spokesman C.R. McLeod said the crash occurred on … more
DOVER – The Department of Correction will temporarily suspend in-person visitation to all of its Level V prison and Level IV work release and violation of probation facilities as a precaution … more
DOVER — When he first found out that his return to Delaware State University would be delayed by two weeks, Charles Anyanwu had flashbacks to the spring of his freshman year in … more
While a recent student assault at Milford Central Academy illustrates the potential for violence in Delaware’s public schools, authorities say those types of acts are a rarity. more
GEORGETOWN — For the second time in eight months, a 40-year-old man indicted following the death of a child whose remains were found in Smyrna in 2019 has been imprisoned on a breach of release … more
MILFORD — Though there are available funds from a to-be-determined source, Milford police officers won’t be taking their duty vehicles home for at least nine months, maybe more. more
A string of fires this month continued in Georgetown Monday night, then Tuesday morning in Dover. Since Nov. 1, the State Fire Marshal’s Office has investigated at least seven significant … more
DOVER — Driving to work early one Monday morning, Tonya Newman thought it was a joke. Seven Modern Maturity Center buses had been vandalized over the weekend, a bus driver told the center’s transportation manager over the phone. more
Some New Castle County representatives are calling for Gov. John Carney and House and Senate leadership to remove indicted State Auditor Kathy McGuiness from office. more
DOVER — The kids are getting a seat at the table, as police and community members attempt to improve relationships between law enforcement and the citizenry. more
WILMINGTON — As both sides await court rulings in the case against indicted State Auditor Kathy McGuiness, there’s no estimating the time frame ahead. more
WILMINGTON — The path toward an extremely high-profile indictment announced Monday began when a dozen or so people stepped forward to express concern. Though Delaware’s justice system will ultimately determine the legitimacy of accusations made against Democratic State Auditor Kathy McGuiness, the whistleblowers have made their collective voice heard. more
DOVER — Two days after state auditor Kathy McGuiness was indicted on several charges, Delaware Senate and House Democratic leadership Wednesday called for her to take a voluntary leave of absence as the … more
WILMINGTON — Delaware State Auditor Kathy McGuiness, accompanied by her attorney, pleaded not guilty to all charges against her Tuesday, the day after she was indicted by a New Castle County grand jury. more
DOVER — Delaware State Auditor Kathy McGuiness was indicted on misdemeanors and felonies Monday for alleged wrongful actions, including hiring her teenage daughter and the daughter's friend for seasonal jobs they may have not worked. more
DOVER — A Pennsylvania transplant, new Dover Police Chief Thomas Johnson first had to learn about Delaware’s capital city upon arrival in February 2020. Seven months later, he knew … more
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