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Students at Appoquinimink High School are putting messages on their cars to encourage drivers to stay safe on the roads.


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The trial of three teenage girls charged in death of Amy Joyner-Francis following a bathroom assault at Howard High last April is underway.

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Senator Tom Carper’s  annual veterans summit brought U.S. Secretary of Veterans Affairs David Shulkin together with local vets groups.


The Colonial School District is set to ask residents again to back a tax referendum.

The Colonial School Board has voted to hold second referendum vote June 6th.  The district’s first attempt in February failed.

 

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After weeks of sitting on the fence, Sen. Chris Coons has given Democrats the votes they need to filibuster Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch.

 


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State lawmakers will soon have a handful of plans to choose from if they decide to make over Delaware’s personal income tax brackets.


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The Delaware Art Museum welcomes dancers from the Delaware Arts Conservatory for a performance of The Snow Queen, the ballet adapted from the classic fairy tale.


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A constitutional amendment to protect Delaware’s Transportation Trust Fund is on the road to the state Senate this week.

 


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A new bill in the General Assembly would make it easier for people with stage 4 cancer to access stronger, more costly treatments. 

 

 

 

Insurance companies require Delaware cancer patients to try and fail cheaper, less intrusive treatments before they can move up to stronger, more costly medication. 

 

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Delaware hunters are gearing up for the start of wild turkey season knowing that their prey should be easier to find this year.

 

 


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