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Charter school preference bill passes Delaware Senate

A controversial bill that gets rid of a geographic enrollment preference for charter schools is headed to the governor’s desk.

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Delaware hits new milestone in housing homeless veterans

Delaware has crossed another threshold in its fight to end veteran homelessness.

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Nonprofits led the charge Wednesday against efforts to change Delaware’s income tax structure.

 

Courtesy of Argonne National Laboratory

A University of Delaware researcher is working with the Department of Energy to better understand chemical reactions between liquids and solids. 

 

The research could help efforts to capture carbon dioxide underground before it reaches the atmosphere and contributes to climate change.

 

 


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House lawmakers signed off on a bill Tuesday to loosen up the Coastal Zone Act.


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A bill dismantling Delaware’s Economic Development Office and swapping it for a public-private partnership is on its way to the state Senate.


First State colleges have seen an uptick in the number of students visiting campus counseling centers this past year.


National Weather Service

The National Weather Service and the Delaware Emergency Management Agency has confirmed that a tornado touched down Monday night in the Greenwood area of Sussex County.

 

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Concord Mall, struggling to attract shoppers and marquee retailers, is getting a complete makeover.

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Delaware educators, parents and students rallied at Legislative Hall Tuesday to voice their concerns over Gov. John Carney’s proposal to slice $37 million in state spending in schools.

 

 


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As the U.S. gets drawn deeper into war in Syria, Sen. Chris Coons is calling on President Trump to present Congress with a clear military strategy in the conflict.

 


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Delaware’s correctional officers are poised to get a pay raise next year after two months of negotiations.

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