State Auditor’s report points out accounting woes in jobless compensation fund

Delaware Auditor of Accounts Lydia E. York issued a special report on the Delaware Unemployment Compensation Fund (DUCF) that found "significant deficiencies in internal accounting...

Bill aims to protect financial services companies providing services to marijuana industry

Legislation has been introduced in the Delaware General Assembly that aims to protect banks and other businesses that provide financial services to...

House Republicans oppose Democrats’ voting constitutional amendment

Republican legislators have made it clear they will oppose a constitutional amendment on absentee voting, citing the possibility that Democrats could rewrite voting laws...

Delaware Senate sends permit-to-purchase handgun legislation to governor’s desk

The Delaware Senate voted along party lines to approve Senate Bill 2. The bill requires training and a permit to purchase a handgun....

O’Mara makes it a 3-way Dem race for Delaware governor

 Today, former Delaware Secretary of Natural Resources and Environmental Control and current CEO of the National Wildlife Federation Collin O’Mara announced that he...

Media Update: CAMP Rehoboth takes note of guilty plea in fraud case; Spotlight Delaware...

CAMP Rehoboth Community Center disclosed that a plea a agreement was reached with the state Attorney General's Office over a financial fraud case involving...

Democrats add change in bill calling for early voting constitutional amendment

House Democrats have filed an amendment to Senate Bill 3 on Thursday ahead of the bill heading to the full House. The House amendment would constitutionally protect early...

Jennings to appeal Superior Court voting decision as Republicans propose constitutional amendment

The Delaware Department of Justice will appeal a Superior Court judge’s ruling ending much of the state's absentee voting and will...

From WHYY: Delaware unlikely to make major changes to school funding formula this legislative...

By Sarah Mueller This story was supported by a statehouse coverage grant from the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. Many education advocates cheered the release of recommendations...

After court ruling, Dems take aim at GOP efforts to fight no-excuse absentee voting

Democrats running for office this year had harsh words for Republicans who successfully went to court to block legislation and have held up...

Chancery rules in favor of CEO’s plan to move corporate charter to Nevada

Online travel company TripAdvisor can move its corporate charter from Delaware to Nevada. In a closely watched suit, Vice Chancellor Travis Laster ruled that...

Fish vs. electricity – The biggest environmental battle you’ve never heard of

The Salem Nuclear Generating Station is quietly at the center of a lawsuit with environmentalists that could impact fish populations and local energy costsBy...

Vice Chancellor Glasscock to retire as candidates, activist group call for more diverse court

(See formal announcement below) Delaware Vice Chancellor Sam Glasscock will retire from the state's business court, effective at the end of 2024. The pending retirement...

High court upholds one McGuiness conviction, reverses another

The Delaware Supreme Court upheld the nepotism-related conviction of the former Delaware State Auditor. Kathy McGuiness, but sent misconduct in office charges back to...

From Spotlight Delaware: Whistleblowers sue Covid-era prison health provider

By Karl Baker, Senior reporter This story was produced by Spotlight Delaware, a community-powered, collaborative, nonprofit newsroom covering the First State. Learn more at spotlightdelaware.org Centurion,...

Coons’ German Doppelgänger

U.S. Sen. Chris Coons, D-Delawre, has a prominent doppelgänger thanks to his uncanny resemblance to German Chancellor Olaf Scholz. Coons,...

Unemployment division issues corrected jobless tax rate letters

The Delaware Division of Unemployment Insurance reported it had corrected the issue related to the 2024 unemployment tax rate letters mailed in January....

Law notes, Feb. 1, 2024

Barlow named to head Quinn Emanuel's new office in Wilmington Quinn Emanuel Urquhart & Sullivan, LLP, opened an office in Wilmington. Michael A. Barlow ...

Supreme Court overturns Chancery Court ruling on attorney fees in property reassessment suit

In a rare reversal of a Chancery Court decision, The Delaware Supreme Court overturned an award of nearly $1.5 million in attorney's fees for...

2 face burglary charges after being found inside New Castle-area distribution center

Delaware State Police arrested two men in connection with a burglary at a New Castle-area distribution center Troopers identified the pair as  Raymond Disabatino,...
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