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From WHYY: Rev. Sharpton pushes for police accountability at Dover Rally

Less than two months before lawmakers return to Dover, civil rights leader Rev. Al Sharpton rallied with supporters of legislation to make police disciplinary records public. The group met outside Legislative Hall in Dover to...

Charges possible as Fire Marshal probes explosion near Middletown

Charges are pending  after an explosion in the Middletown area. . The blast was heard throughout northern Delaware.
The explosion was reported shortly before noon, in the 4700 block of Summit Bridge Road. The Volunteer Hose...

State Senator Brown loses committee assignment after 2nd incident

Senate President Pro Tem David Sokola, D-Newark, removed State Sen. Darius Brown, D-Wilmington,  from a committee assignment after a heated argument with a female House member.   Following the removal, State Sen. Elizabeth "Tizzy" Lockman, D-Wilmington,...

Defending McGuiness not good for state’s business climate

(Image from Giphy) Good afternoon, A strange spectacle took place this week in Dover as  Democrats wrestled with the issue of how to deal with the possible impeachment of State Auditor Kathy McGuiness. Dems in both houses could...

NYC man charged with possessing tools taken in tire store burglary

A Long Island City, NY man was charged after a burglary was reported at a tire store in the new Castle area Delaware State Police identified the man as  Thomas Gordon, 61. At 11:31 p.m., troopers...

Judge rejects motion for state to pay $500 an hour for Auditor McGuiness’ defense...

A Superior Court Judge Thursday denied a motion from the lawyer for state Auditor Kathy McGuiness that sought  $500 an hour in compensation from the state. President Judge Jan Jurden appointed the Office of Defense...

Militia members who plotted Virginia attacks while at Delaware residence sentenced to 9...

U.S. District Judge Theodore D. Chuang today sentenced two members of the  extremist group “The Base” each to nine years in federal prison, followed by three years of supervised release for firearms and alien-related...

Photographer Kevin Fleming gets 1 year in federal prison after failing to file federal...

Well-known photographer and gallery owner  Kevin Fleming, 67, of Milton, was sentenced in federal court Tuesday to one year in prison for federal tax evasion. U.S. District Court Judge Richard G. Andrews issued the sentence,...

Motion filed by AG’s office rejects claim by State Auditor that Jennings should...

The Delaware Department of Justice has filed a motion rejecting a  claim of the defense attorney for State Auditor Kathleen McGuiness that the  Attorney General should be sanctioned for comments regarding the case.  The defense...

Former Seaford FedEx manager gets 42 months in prison for theft of high-value items...

Joseph Kukta,  45, of Laurel, was sentenced to 42 months in federal prison, followed by three years of supervised release, for interstate transportation of stolen goods and tax evasion, in connection with his theft...