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Most of the First State is seeing rain as the nor’easter moves across Delaware – but in NCCo a windy mix of rain, sleet, freezing rain and snow is making for a miserable day.

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Gov. John Carney put a Level 1 driving warning in effect at midnight in New Castle County only as schools there tell students and teachers to stay home Tuesday.

A nor’easter is making its way through the First State, but the kind of precipitation Delaware is getting is a bit different than initially forecast.

The Carney Administration announced Monday multiple steps to try and boost security at Delaware prisons after February’s hostage crisis at James T. Vaughn Correctional Facility left one correctional officer dead.

 

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With the first major storm of the winter is set to hit Delaware tonight, DelDOT road crews say they are ready.

A nor’easter could dump several inches of snow across the First State Monday night and into Tuesday.

A former Vaughn inmate is arranging a rally outside of the Smyrna correctional center Saturday morning at 11.

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No more refugees are scheduled to reach the First State before a new immigration executive order goes into effect next Thursday.

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Officials say a off-target estimate on the cost of Rehoboth Beach’s new city hall won’t keep the project from completion.

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