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Following Obamacare repeal failure, Delaware health official wants marketplace fixes

Delaware’s top health official says Congress should stabilize Affordable Care Act marketplaces, now that repeal efforts seem doomed.

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Plane crashes near Sandtown

A plane crashed early Wednesday in Kent County. Delaware State Police said the crop duster went down around 9:20 Wednesday morning in a bean field southwest of Sandtown.

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Molly Murray, a long-time News Journal reporter passed Monday night from pancreatitis.

Sallie Mae is asking Delaware for more than $2 million in grants to bring about 300 jobs to the state.

 


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The Delaware Democratic Party has a new executive director, effective Aug. 1.

 

 


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Artwork inspired by the films of Hayao Miyazaki makes up a new show at the Dover Art League.

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A new beautification process is now underway near the Wilmington Riverfront. 

 

 


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The first phase of a $26 million dollar project to transform the Newark train station is set to begin next month.


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The theme of this year’s ACLU of Delaware annual meeting was: “the ACLU in the age of Trump.”


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Two Sussex County men have developed an on-the-go method to quickly test chickens for bird flu, which could help protect Delmarva’s $3.2 billion poultry industry. 

 

Currently, every flock of chickens is randomly sampled for bird flu before it is processed. Growers can also have testing done if they suspect bird flu is present on their farm. 

 

Nemours A.I. DuPont Hospital for Children in North Wilmington is ranked in the top 50 in nine categories by a national publication.

 

 


State Police backpack drive underway

Jul 15, 2017
Delaware Public Media

While school may be the furthest thing from a kids mind during summer vacation, Delaware State Police are starting to take in donated supplies for students in need starting now.

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