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Delaware’s roadways are surprisingly clear following this morning’s snow storm.

But Delaware Department of Transportation spokesman Jim Westhoff said you should be on the lookout for two hazards if you’re driving Thursday evening.

After serving 30 years on the Delaware’s highest court, Justice Randy Holland is retiring next month.

After sunny skies and warm weather yesterday, wintry weather is starting to hit Northern Delaware Tuesday morning.

The changeover from rain to sleet and snow is underway in northern New Castle County - while rain continues as you move south.

Megan Pauly / Delaware Public Media

Jewish Family Services of Delaware offered an update on the state’s refugee resettlement program and answered legal questions about President Trump’s executive order on refugees and immigration Wednesday night.


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The wintry weather has yet to arrive in the First State this morning, but the expected change over from rain to snow is prompting schools to delay opening.

Delaware is in for a drastic shift in weather starting Wednesday night.

 

Wilmington broke a record high of 66 degrees Wednesday, but could see freezing temperatures and half a foot of snow Thursday.

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Colonel Dave Walker will soon become second-in-command of the Delaware Air National Guard.

Katie Peikes / Delaware Public Media

Delaware’s Department of Transportation wants to hear from Sussex County residents about its revised plans to improve congestion on U.S. 113.

 

DelDOT has been studying Route 113 North and South since the early 2000s, hoping to create a limited access corridor from Milford to Maryland.

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Funeral services have been set for Sgt. Steven Floyd, a correctional officer killed last week in a hostage standoff at James T. Vaughn Correctional Center near Smyrna.

First State Republicans are hoping for an overhaul of the state’s economy after the tumult brought by advancing technology.

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