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Fuller eyes criminal justice reform in Lt. Gov primary

Former Sussex County Register of Wills Greg Fuller says Delaware needs a Lt. Governor to champion criminal justice and prison reform.
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Wilmington’s “Murdertown USA” title has resonated with many, including Walter Nathan Durant.


Durant is a teacher at Thomas Edison Charter School in Wilmington, and also gave a TEDx Wilmington talk titled “Chess Champions of Murdertown USA.”

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The Secretary of Delaware’s Department of Transportation wants you to think about the future of the state’s roadways next time you’re in an orange cone zone.

One of Amtrak’s most loyal customers, Vice President Joe Biden, announced Friday the company will buy 28 new high-speed trains to pep up travel in the Northeast Corridor.

Delaware Symphony Orchestra

After lack of funding forced the Delaware Symphony Orchestra to shorten its season and scale back its programs just a few years ago, the DSO is back on track and starting to expand its reach into all three First State counties.

In our latest Arts Playlist, Delaware Public Media’s Mark Arehart speaks with Executive Director Alan Jordan this week about the direction of the orchestra and the new contracts it’s reached with its musicians and longtime music director.

The 2016 election cycle is now moving into full swing.

As part of our election coverage, Delaware Public Media is offering a series a Candidate Conversations.

Delaware Historical Society

There was a time on the Delmarva Peninsula when passenger trains took people up and down the spine of the First State.

Brad Eaby


Kent County Levy Court Commissioner Brad Eaby has at least one issue he can point to that sets him apart from the half dozen Democrats running for Lt. Governor in Delaware.

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A 59-year old woman from Delaware died Wednesday after falling from a zip line course at Lums Pond State Park.

State environmental officials are calling on volunteers to help scrub Delaware’s coastline next month.

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Officials from Delaware’s Division of Natural Resources and Environmental Control say the state’s polluted air is a consequence of emissions from upwind states and they’ve filed two petitions with the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to justify their case.