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Gov. Carney to release budget proposal amid federal funding uncertainties

Budget uncertainty in Congress is leaving states like Delaware unsure of funding it’s come to rely on. This comes as Gov. John Carney is set to announce his budget proposal this week.

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AMA study highlights the economic impact physicians have in the First State

A new study from the American Medical Association shows the economic impact physicians have in the First State. The study found Delaware physicians directly and indirectly support 25,791 jobs and create about $4.8 billion of economic activity.

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Delaware leaders and community members gathered at Delaware State University Monday to celebrate civil rights icon Martin Luther King Jr.

Amid the songs and dance, the cloud of racial controversy coming from the nation’s highest political office lingered over the celebration Martin Luther King Jr.’s life and work.

Food Bank of Delaware

The Food Bank of Delaware is getting a financial boost from the Longwood Foundation.



Delaware consumers eligible to get money back in a legal settlement with Western Union have a month left to do so.

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Facebook is changing its news feed to show fewer posts from businesses and more posts from family and friends, leaving some Delaware marketing professionals wondering what they’ll need to do to continue reaching people on social media.

City of Wilmington

The City of Wilmington is asking its citizens for suggestions on what to do with an unused firehouse.

The state is looking for residents willing to assist animals in need a helping hand during disasters.

Members of Congress are being asked to weigh in on President Donald Trump’s mental stability. Trump had his first physical exam in office last week.

GirlsGoCyberStart initiative

Delaware is 1 of 15 states invited to participate in the new GirlsGoCyberStart initiative launching in February.


Officials with The Delaware Department of Natural Resources counted more people camping in state parks in 2017 than ever before.

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Delaware’s latest exploration of how or whether to invest in offshore wind power is going to take a little longer than expected.

A working group set up by Governor John Carney to look into the issue said its discussions will extend well into this year, and that it would likely deliver a report to the Governor by this spring.