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Lt. Governor, St. Francis team deliver Narcan to Wilmington homeless

Dr. Sandra Gibney of St. Francis Hospital’s emergency department, Holly Rybinski of Brandywine Counselling, and Lieutenant Governor Bethany Hall-Long rode along with EMS to deliver the Narcan free of charge to a few small encampments.

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Christiana Care Health System

Christiana Care's gene editing technique set for worldwide commercial use

Gene editing techniques at Christiana Care Health System have been proven to cut cancer diagnosis times in half and are being commercialized for worldwide use.

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State health officials are expressing concerns over the latest blow to the Affordable Care Act. The ACA’s risk adjustment program has been stalled and some worry the move may raise rates.

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The Delaware Department of Health and Social Services is moving 25 employees from the Blue Hen Corporate Center at the end of this month.

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The Delaware Department of Transportation (DelDOT) is in the process of installing cable barriers along 23 miles of Route 1 between North Dover and Odessa, in the wake of a collision in that same area that killed five members of a New Jersey family last week.



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Another state legislator has decided to retire.

State Sen. Robert Marshall (D-Wilmington) announced on Facebook Monday night he will not seek re-election, ending his 40 year run in office. 

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Brandywine School District is mourning the loss of its School Board president.

John Skrobot Jr. died Sunday at age 65 after a battle with cancer.

Food Bank of Delaware

The Food Bank of Delaware is preparing to offer warehousing and logistics training to the general public.


Courtesy of the Delaware Historical Society. © Hank Willis Thomas. Courtesy the artist and Jack Shainman Gallery, New York.

The Delaware Art Museum is opening a new exhibition that reflects on the 1968 occupation of Wilmington by the National Guard.


The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration has reauthorized funding for its Sea Grant program, and the University of Delaware is set to get $685 thousand.

The Delaware Division of Public Health said it’s continuing to make progress on reducing the rate of Delawareans getting and dying from cancer in the First State.

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Gas prices in Delaware may be headed for the $3.00 a gallon mark.

AAA Mid-Atlantic reports the average price for a gallon of regular in the First State jumped 8 cents last week, and now stands at $2.77.