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Nick Ciolino

Afternoon Anchor/Reporter

Nick Ciolino has lived in and around Detroit, Michigan for most of his life.

He graduated from Wayne State University with an English degree, and interned as a reporter at WDET, Detroit’s NPR affiliate station.

Nick has worked in the city as a truck driver delivering cupcakes, a tire tech in an auto shop and a beer vender at Comerica Park.

In 2014, he began spending his summers in Alaska working as a commercial fisherman, and later as a reporter at KDLG in Dillingham, covering the wild Alaskan salmon run. It is from there he came to Delaware to host All Things Considered.

When he isn’t behind the mic or on assignment, Nick is probably picking a guitar or banjo and singing a tune.

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USGS

Studies from the United States Geological Survey show a decrease of pollutants in the Delaware Estuary is good news for the First State’s osprey population.

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.

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.


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The University of Delaware is raising its tuition for the upcoming school year.

The yearly cost for in-state undergraduates will go up $520, placing their bill at $13,680.

Wilmington Fire Department

Wilmington firefighters are now carrying the overdose antidote Naloxone in all staff vehicles.


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Delawareans are enjoying some legal fireworks this Fourth of July for the first time since the complete ban on them was lifted.

Courtesy of Mountaire Farms

More Millsboro-area residents are taking Mountaire Farms to court, filing a second suit against the poultry producer for allegedly contaminating groundwater with nitrates, endangering people’s health and devaluing property.

Columbia Care

A new medical marijuana dispensary opened its doors Friday in Smyrna.

Staff with the Delaware Public Service Commission and the Division of the Public Advocate reached a settlement this week that could save Delmarva Power customers a combined $6.85 million dollars.


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

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