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Wagner won't run again for State Auditor

Delaware will have a new State Auditor for the first time in nearly three decades following this November’s election. Republican Tom Wagner says he will not seek another term. The 62-year-old Wagner has been state auditor since he was appointed to the post in 1989.

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Front Page Café: David Cay Johnston and the Trump Presidency

The University of Delaware Journalism Program's recently launched speaker series – The Front Page Café – resumed this week. The series brings journalists to UD to highlight their work, and tell their stories. The latest guest to visit the Deer Park Tavern in Newark was Pulitzer Prize winning journalist David Cay Johnston to discuss his latest book, It's Even Worse Than You Think: What the Trump Administration is Doing to America.

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Applications will soon be available for Camp Barnes, the Delaware State Police summer camp for kids.

 

 


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If you are hoping to get to the Eagles’ Super Bowl parade Thursday and plan to take the train from Wilmington, you may need another option.

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Gov. John Carney’s budget plan includes an additional $20 million for Delaware prison employees.


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The University of Delaware is raising tuition for a few of its programs and hiring at least 500 new staff members.

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The number of laboratory confirmed flu cases is “skyrocketing” in Delaware, state health officials say.

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Sen. Chris Coons (D-Del.) is cosponsoring a bipartisan immigration bill with Sen. John McCain (R-Ariz.)

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Sen. Tom Carper (D-Delaware) is pushing for Congress to renew funding for community health centers when it votes on another short-term spending measure this week.


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The water tower at the former Playtex site in Dover will be torn down Wednesday morning to make way for a large shopping center.


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The celebration of the Eagles first-ever Super Bowl title will last well into the week.

The City of Philadelphia says its parade honoring the Birds will be Thursday, tentatively starting at 11 am.

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The Lewes Polar Bear Plunge enjoyed another successful year raising money for Special Olympics Delaware.

Just over 3,300 people rushed into the Atlantic Ocean from Rehoboth Beach Sunday afternoon for 27th annual edition of the event, bringing in over $ 875,000 .

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