Protests throughout the First State continue to be scheduled as Delaware groups continue to remember George Floyd, and look for change.
The Joint Finance Committee (JFC) has approved $125 million in funding for the University of Delaware, but not without some fiery debate over the university's public vs. private status, a lack of diversity, and low in-state enrollment.
Siemens Healthineers received emergency use authorization this week from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for its new COVID-19 total anti-body test.
The Christina School District has hired Capital School District Superintendent Dr. Dan Shelton to fill the vacancy in their district.
Rehoboth's Tanger Outlets will be closing at 2 p.m. on Friday, June 5, 2020, ahead of a possible candlelight vigil in the town Friday evening.
Since last Saturday night’s demonstration and the violence that ensued, I have received many emails either condemning our weak police response to the lawbreaking or congratulating us and our police on the restraint that was shown. In the end, I believe we made the correct choice to exercise …
A federal lawsuit filed by the pastor of New Caanan Baptist Church over Governor John Carney's novel coronavirus COVID-19 restrictions on worship is likely headed for a bench trial.
A 12-year-old boy suffered puncture wounds to his leg after possibly being bitten by a shark in Cape Henlopen Thursday afternoon.
The Joint Finance Committee (JFC) has voted to ax pay raises for all state employees in the next fiscal year, which begins July 1, due to impacts on revenue created by the coronavirus pandemic.
"Active" novel coronavirus COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations associated with the illness decreased again Thursday.
A 43-year-old suspect has been charged in connection to the fatal stabbing of a 32-year-old man in Wilmington's Hilltop section Wednesday.
A fleet of ambulances and medics were called to the Forwood Manor Independent Living facility on Marsh Road following a kitchen fire in one of the units on Wednesday, June 3, 2020.
Out the back of an eighth week out of the previous nine where initial unemployment insurance benefits claimants decreased, Delaware hit a historic first--more continuous claims were filed than any previous point in the division's recorded history.
The local leader of the Black Lives Matter movement held a news conference on Wednesday, June 3, 2020 in front of the City/County building as a follow-up to Saturday's daylight march across Wilmington which eventually stopped traffic on I-95.
Dover will give up one of its NASCAR races in 2021 Nashville, but in the eyes of the CEO of its race track, Delaware's capital is a winner.
The former Minneapolis Police officer who pressed his knee into George Floyd's neck was charged on Wednesday with a new, more serious count of second-degree murder, and the three other officers on scene during his killing were charged with aiding and abetting second-degree murder.
State legislators on the Joint Finance Committee are the latest government body to question New Castle County's allotment of federal CARES Act money to pay for coronavirus-related expenditures.
"Active" COVID-19 cases and related hospitalizations continued their downward trends Wednesday, as Delaware hit the halfway mark of the first week into Phase I of the reopening plan.
A hiccup in the new Pandemic Unemployment Assistance program delayed payments to an untold number of previously unqualified individuals who'd been waiting upwards of two months for expanded access to benefits during the novel coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic.
Delaware's education leaders began the process of how to safely reopen schools if the COVID-19 pandemic stays at a mild level, but they're also thinking about how 11 weeks of closed schools could affect the students.
There will just be one NASCAR weekend in Dover beginning next year, according to a report from the Associated Press.
As Delaware faces a $450 million dollar budget deficit, lawmakers on the Joint Finance Committee were presented with a new budget proposal that severely slashes spending due to uncertainties and revenue loss tied to the coronavirus pandemic.
Robin Henry of New Castle, stood up for the first time on her own last week at Wilmington Hospital--to the sound of cheers--for what may have been one of the most monumental moments of her life: she defeated COVID-19.
State officials declined President Donald Trump's request for members of Delaware's National Guard to dispatch to Washington, D.C., to quell protests in the wake of the killing of George Floyd.
Delaware's sights are set on June 15th as the planned beginning for Phase II of reopening following the novel coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic.
"We know there is an attack on humanity here and a pressure point has been hit," said Wilmington City Council President Hanifa Shabazz. "The result of it is this explosion of anger and emotions."
Jack Parisi has been a member at Elsmere Fire Company for the past 42-years, and in that lengthy volunteer career, he said he never made a rescue save - until this past weekend.
Dover High School Principal Courtney Voshell was running out of time, and needed a graduation plan for her graduating Class of 2020.
Delaware's reopening plan just hit Phase 1 on Monday, but Governor John Carney said he's also thinking ahead to what could happen if the coronavirus turns more aggressive in a second round later this year.
Delaware Attorney General Kathy Jennings told a Facebook Live that the Department of Justice has a powerful tool that can help investigate police violence, but she'd like to see it get more responsibilities.
President Trump told reporters in the White House his administration is "fully committed" to serving justice for George Floyd, but said he believed the looters and violent protests are distracting from that goal.
The medical examiner’s office in Hennepin County, Minnesota, released a report that said George Floyd’s death was a homicide resulting from being restrained.
Restaurants in Delaware on Monday, June 1, 2020, were able to slowly emerge from their more than ten week hibernation as the result of coronavirus restrictions put into place by Governor John Carney in mid-March.
Officials with the city of Dover will keep a curfew in place as protests fluctuating from peaceful to violent fill the streets across America over George Floyd's death after a Minneapolis police officer knelt on his neck for more than eight minutes.
Testing for novel coronavirus COVID-19 at Wilmington's high-rise buildings will begin Tuesday in an effort reach more of the city's vulnerable populations, officials announced Monday.
Three individuals were arrested and one was shot in the leg with a shotgun after they allegedly followed a woman to her Newark home, tried to attack her in her vehicle, and got in a fight with her friends in an apartment, city authorities announced Monday.
Six homes were struck by gunfire, but there were no injuries reported associated with the incident early Monday in Dover, city authorities said that afternoon.
Presidential hopeful Joe Biden vowed to address institutional racism in his first 100 days in office, if elected.