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New Delaware law will expand cancer treatment options

Cancer patients in Delaware will soon have more treatment option under legislation being signed by Gov. John Carney. A bill to be signed Wednesday requires health insurers to cover any … Click to Continue »

Indiana man gets 10 years for trying to run down 2 officers

A Muncie man has been sentenced to 10 years in prison for allegedly trying to run down two police officers with his car. A Delaware County judge sentenced 49-year-old Charles … Click to Continue »

Commission: State's civil court system unfair to poor

A state commission has found that Delaware's civil court system is unfair to people living in poverty. The News Journal in Wilmington reported the commission's findings on Monday. The … Click to Continue »

Judge says town can't charge for construction of water tower

A judge has ruled that a central Delaware town cannot collect $27,000 from a local water and sewer authority as a building permit fee for a million-gallon water storage tank. … Click to Continue »

Tiberi Jr. Returns Nov. 11th

By Rick Scharmberg “Joltin’” Joey Tiberi (15-2, 8 KOs) returns to the ring on Saturday, November 11th at the Hockessin PAL Center in Hockessin, Delaware. In the co-feature, cruiserweight Lamont… Read More » The post Tiberi Jr. Returns Nov. 11th appeared first on

Council approves slight uptick to Delaware revenue forecast

Delaware's official revenue forecast has grown slightly since lawmakers passed a $4.1 billion budget for this year in July. The Delaware Economic and Financial Advisory Council on Monday boosted this … Click to Continue »

Putting smart weapons to the test

(University of Delaware) A University of Delaware professor's small business is helping the Air Force bring its testing technology up to speed with the rapid advance of infrared sensor technology -- research that could help today's troops take advantage of a new generation of weapons.

Teen who smacked 4 women's behinds in park tells police he cannot help himself

A teen who was accused of smacking women's behinds in a public park, told police that he knew it was wrong, but he could not help himself, according to police in Delaware. New Castle County Police said that they have arrested 19-year-old Tomiere Harris, in connection with multiple unlawful sexual contact incidents, which occurred in Glasgow Park. More Today's Nutty News

Officials mark completion of POW/MIA Parkway in Dover

Delaware officials have marked the completion of the POW/MIA Parkway in Dover with a dedication. The parkway is also known as the West Dover Connector. It provides direct connections with … Click to Continue »

Deputy allegedly helped felon with drug ring, gave him police gun

6 days agoNews / Crime : NYPost: Crime

A sheriff’s deputy in Indiana helped a convicted felon move large amounts of drugs and even gave the man his department-issued firearm for “protection,” authorities say. Delaware County Deputy Jerry Parks, 37, was arrested late Thursday at his home in Muncie after a 6-month probe into a drug ring that led to more than a...

Case has led to more complaints of doctors' bad behavior

Complaints about physicians' behavior have ballooned in Delaware over the last several years. The News Journal in Wilmington reported Friday that the number has grown from an average of 137 … Click to Continue »

Delaware makes it easier for PTSD sufferers to get marijuana

Delaware has a new law that allows people with post-traumatic stress disorder to more easily gain access to medical marijuana. WDEL in Wilmington reported Thursday that Gov. John Carney signed … Click to Continue »

Delaware joins planned interstate emergency services compact

Gov. John Carney is signing legislation to allow emergency medical workers in Delaware to respond across state borders. The bill authorizes Delaware's participation in an interstate compact under which EMS … Click to Continue »

Supreme Court Weighs Gun Ban In Delaware Parks And Forests

They are, after all, the king’s forests and king’s parks, never forget. Valihura also pressed Durstein about an individual’s right to carry a gun for self-defense, which he argued is less acute in a park tent or cabin than in a person’s home. Durstein said the trade-off for banning guns is a commitment by the […]

It took 11 years, but scrap tire regulations taking effect

Delaware is enforcing environmental regulations on scrap tires that a state law called for 11 years ago. The News Journal in Wilmington reported Thursday that the state will require businesses … Click to Continue »

“Coming to Terms” Conference Coming in November 2018

On 8-10 Nov 2018, the McNeil Center for Early American Studies at the University of Pennsylvania and the University of Delaware will host a conference on “Coming to Terms? Confronting War and Peace through the Visual and Material inShow More Summary

Panel begins examination of government budgeting practices

A panel formed by Delaware lawmakers to study the state's budgeting practices is getting down to work. The panel meeting Thursday was created by lawmakers in the waning hours of … Click to Continue »

Measuring a crucial mineral in the mantle

University of Delaware professor Jessica Warren and colleagues from Stanford University, Oxford University and University of Pennsylvania, reported new data that material size-effects matter in plate tectonics. Plate tectonics, the way the Earth's plates move apart and come back together, has been used since the 1960s to explain the location of volcanoes and earthquakes.

Measuring a crucial mineral in the mantle

(University of Delaware) New research led by the University of Delaware's Jessica Warren resolves 40 years of debate about the strength of olivine, the most abundant mineral in the Earth's mantle. Measuring the strength of olivine is critical to understanding how strong tectonic plates are, which, in turn, matters to how plates break and create subduction zones.

Supreme Court weighs gun ban in Delaware parks, forests

Delaware's Supreme Court is weighing a decision in a lawsuit challenging bans on non-hunting firearms in state parks and forests. The court heard arguments Wednesday in a dispute pitting members … Click to Continue »

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