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The state’s highest court has ruled it is constitutional to require sex offenders classified as high risk to wear and pay for GPS ankle bracelets while on probation or parole.

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A bomb threat was emailed to the Siegel Jewish Community Center in North Wilmington Wednesday morning, marking the fourth threat to the facility since the beginning of the year.

 


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Members of the McDole family had their opportunity to discuss use of force policy changes with Wilmington police on Tuesday.

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Delaware’s Office of Highway Safety will spend most of March cracking down on motorists using cell phones while navigating First State roads.

 

 


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The Siegel Jewish Community Center in North Wilmington was evacuated briefly Monday morning following a bomb threat.

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A new federal lawsuit is challenging a Delaware law requiring equal political representation among the state’s judiciary. It claims that law leaves out those aligned with third parties.

Delawareans’ Powerball dreams burst last night. After weeks with no winning numbers, a lucky ticket was sold in the Hoosier State.

 

The $403 million jackpot ballooned to $435 million on Wednesday before the evening drawing.

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A Republican State Senator is offering a plan to hire more correctional officers and make starting their salaries more competitive.  

The move comes after an inmate uprising at the James T. Vaughn Correctional Center this month that left one correctional officer dead.

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