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Insurance companies targeted under new substance abuse bills

State lawmakers are trying to remove some hurdles those seeking drug addiction treatment as they attempt to kick their habits.

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Sen. Chris Coons undecided on SCOTUS nominee

Sen. Chris Coons is among the Senate Judiciary Committee members grilling Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch on Capitol Hill this week.

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Kent County voters in Levy Court’s 2nd District have picked a new representative.

Republican James Hosfelt won the Tuesday’s District 2 special election, defeating Democrat Andrea Kreiner. 

Spring has sprung, but that doesn’t mean the weather is going to be all sunshine and rainbows.

And that’s why the National Weather Service is launching its Spring Safety campaign.  

 


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Sen. Chris Coons (D-Delaware) was among those grilling Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch on Capitol Hill Tuesday .

Delaware's junior senator and a member of the Senate Judiciary Committee questioned Gorsuch for about 30 minutes.

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Delaware’s State Board of Education will stick around – at least for now.

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The warden who oversaw the hostage crisis at James T. Vaughn Correctional Center that left one prison guard dead is out.

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Lieutenant Colonel Vaughn Bond is New Castle County Executive Matt Meyer’s pick to lead County Police.


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Community members filled the Canaan Baptist Church in New Castle Monday night to voice their concerns about the way the Delaware’s Dept. of Corrections operates state prisons.


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Two Newark landlords are facing charges that they’ve repeatedly ignored repair requests from tenants and misled their customers into signing leases.

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Delaware’s Department of Agriculture has hired a new employee to oversee bees and beekeeping.

 

 


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A bill being introduced this week would provide funeral benefits to the family members of three fallen Wilmington firefighters.


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