Senator Tom Carper says he's trying to be impartial as the Impeachment trial of President Donald Trump begins this week. "I never imagined in my life I would see our democracy, our form of government, threatened as it is today," Carper said.
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Downtown Wilmington's "launchpad for chefs" - DECO Food Hall - is evolving as its first anniversary approaches.
"We are going to make a difference:" People and organizations that are trying to save lives that are threatened by opioid addiction are getting support from a large health insurer.
More affordable housing is coming to Delaware. However, the lives being changed are not just those of the future homeowners. Former incarcerated offenders are being trained to work at Claymont-area construction sites and elsewhere.
Delaware lawmakers are being encouraged to hike the state's minimum wage to $15 an hour. One business group says "not so fast."
Members of the Delaware General Assembly are heading back to Dover Tuesday. They'll have a lot to deal with when they get there.
What exactly is an assault-style weapon? What fuels the demand for guns in Delaware? And, what is a "community gun?" Panels of experts took a deep dive into gun violence issues facing The First State Thursday in Wilmington.
If you think of Delaware City, chances are the colossal refinery complex comes to mind. But it also has history, nature and recreational opportunities - some of which will be enhanced starting this year.
If it seems like your kids always have to stop everything for another round of standardized testing, one school board agrees and says it's time for a new approach.
Delaware is on pace to record about 400 suspected overdose deaths in 2019 - about the same as the previous year. Still, the state is hoping its opioid-related initiatives will have an impact.