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Highmark seeks 2019 ACA premium hike

Highmark Blue Cross Blue Shield of Delaware is asking to raise rates for next year’s Affordable Care Act insurance plans. It’s hoping to win approval for a 5.7 percent premium hike.

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Lenape tribe seeks remediation for site of historic schoolhouse

The Lenape Indian Tribe of Delaware is working with the EPA and DNREC to clean up a state-owned parcel with historical significance.

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Delaware Art Museum unveils commission that reflects on 1968

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A Milford doctor is being charged with using his pain management clinic as a pill mill.

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The federal government has signed off Delaware’s deal to lease the Port of Wilmington to Middle Eastern port operator Gulftainer.

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Several local immigrant rights organizations plan to rally this Saturday at Legislative Hall in Dover, in solidarity with family separation protests across the country.


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Legislation legalizing recreational cannabis came up a few votes short in the Delaware House.

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The Delaware Department of Correction finished training a new class of correctional employees last week.


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Fort Christina in Wilmington offers an opportunity to dig deep into the nation’s history right here in the First State.


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A bill to create a system of care for drug overdose patients in Delaware is waiting for Gov. Carney’s signature.

Sarah Mueller

Gov. John Carney (D) signed a bill Wednesday allowing police officers to remove firearms from someone in a mental health crisis.

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A wildlife conservation group worked last spring to eliminate a "kill zone" for horseshoe crabs at a Delaware Bay beach. As spawning season winds down, the group says its effort was highly successful.

Sophia Schmidt, Delaware Public Media

New Castle County Council approved rezoning of the Cavaliers Country Club property in Newark Tuesday night by a vote of 10-2, with one councilmember absent.