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Amy Cherry 48m
Gov. on : "Slow down a little bit" as new restrictions aim to avoid hospital surge: |
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As hospitalizations in Delaware approach peak numbers seen in the spring, Governor John Carney had a message for Delawareans this morning: "slow down a little bit."
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"Taxpayers want to know where their money's spent."
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Wilmington City Council voted to create a task force to look into how possible future reparations for descendants of slaves could affect the city.
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Appoquinimink School Board President felt that Delaware Governor John Carney could have been clearer with his message connected to a stay-at-home advisory Thursday.
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101.7FM / 1150AM WDEL 17h
A former principal at Salesianum School and priest at DeSales University, who was an adviser to the Royal Family in Monaco, was indicted Thursday on child pornography charges in Philadelphia.
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101.7FM / 1150AM WDEL 18h
All Delaware schools should close Monday, December 14, 2020, for an extended winter break, everyone should stay at home through the same time period, and there's a new "universal indoor mask mandate, Governor John Carney announced Thursday afternoon…
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101.7FM / 1150AM WDEL 20h
"My brother was killed on September 15th of 2018 in Greensboro, Maryland, at the hands of several police officers," said LaToya Holley, sister of Anton Black. "He actually was originally stopped by Officer Thomas Webster, who was a former Dover Poli…
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101.7FM / 1150AM WDEL 21h
The ACLU of Delaware is sounding the alarm on the COVID-19 outbreak behind bars that's infected at least 374 inmates and more than 80 correctional officers.
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101.7FM / 1150AM WDEL 21h
At the start of the 39th week of Delaware's State of Emergency, indicators across the board are reaching into the red category or trending upward as novel coronavirus COVID-19 continues to spread. 
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101.7FM / 1150AM WDEL 21h
A 39-year-old Dover man was charged with pulling a knife on a 21-year-old acquaintance and threatening the victim with it during an argument Wednesday, Delaware State Police said Thursday.
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101.7FM / 1150AM WDEL 22h
A 31-year-old Dover man is facing drug and weapons charges after a traffic stop led to the discovery of marijuana and an assault rifle with no serial number, city authorities said Thursday. 
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101.7FM / 1150AM WDEL Dec 3
The Newark Planning Commission voted three to two to advance the proposed development of a six-story building on Main Street to Newark City Council.
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101.7FM / 1150AM WDEL Dec 2
Delaware City Council approved, but not unanimously, a plan for an RV campground to be placed near the banks of the C&D Canal and Fort DuPont State Park.
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101.7FM / 1150AM WDEL Dec 2
Caesar Rodney alum Justin Strickland remembered his coach Mike Schonewolf as someone who could use colorful, non-colorful, language on the practice field.
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Amy Cherry Dec 2
Cases of continue to rock 's prisons as DeMatteis seeks to change inmate mentality that "quarantine is punishment": |
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101.7FM / 1150AM WDEL Dec 2
Cases of COVID-19 continue to surge behind bars in Delaware's prisons.
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101.7FM / 1150AM WDEL Dec 2
A Caroline County, Maryland tornado lifted just before reaching the Delaware line on Monday, according to the National Weather Service.
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101.7FM / 1150AM WDEL Dec 2
A police chase that started in Wilmington, and ended in Claymont, sparked a manhunt for two suspects on Wednesday, December 2, 2020.
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