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Delaware State Police Investigating Two-Vehicle Fatal Collision

Staff Writer Police & Fire, RSS

Delaware State Police are investigating a fatal motor vehicle collision that occurred Friday night in the Wilmington area. On February 3, 2023, at approximately 8:54 p.m., a 2016 silver Toyota […]
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Delaware State Police S.O.A.R. Searching for Wanted Sex Offenders

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The Delaware State Police Sex Offender Apprehension and Registration Unit (S.O.A.R.) is currently looking for the following wanted sex offenders after they either failed to register or re-register at their current address. […]
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Homeless Sex Offender Notification

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The following people are not wanted. This is a Homeless Sex Offender Public Notification. If you have information that the listed people are occupying a residence, please call 302-672-5306. Information may also be provided […]
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DOJ seeks other victims in Sussex child pornography case

Staff Writer Government, Headlines

State prosecutors are seeking help in the case of a Sussex County pastor charged with soliciting child porn. Leonard Eley, 62, the pastor of Storm Shelter Ministries in Laurel, was found with two photos of a naked underage person, said Caroline DeJose, a public information officer for the Delaware Department of Justice. Investigators said Eley paid for the photos of …

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Delaware to close Curative COVID-19 test sites

Staff Writer Headlines, Health

Delaware’s COVID-19 testing partner Curative Inc. will not renew its contract with the state when it expires in two weeks. Wednesday, Dec. 28 will be the last day for Curative test site collection.  Other Curative sites, such as the one located at the University of Delaware, have already closed. The last day for Curative testing at Delaware State Service Centers …

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Car dealers absent from gas-powered vehicle ban meeting

Staff Writer Headlines, Government

During a public meeting on the state’s plan to totally ban the sale of most new gas-powered vehicles by 2035, those opposed to the proposal outnumbered supporters three to one.  There will be another virtual public workshop on the proposed regulations Thursday at 6 p.m. Gov. John Carney announced in March that Delaware would adopt California’s zero-emission vehicle regulations, which …

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Global case manufacturer moves from Maryland to Delaware

Staff Writer Business, Headlines

A company that designs and manufactures high-performance protective cases and racks used in industries ranging from broadcasting to defense has chosen Frankford as the new site for its United States operations. CP Cases USA, opened in 2013 by the owner of a similar company in the United Kingdom, will move from an 8,000-square-foot site in Bishopville, Maryland, to a 25,000-square-foot site …

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Hagley’s patent models become clues on ‘Jeopardy!’

Staff Writer Culture, Headlines

Hagley Museum’s collection of 19th century U.S. patent models were to be featured in a category on “Jeopardy!” on Thursday, Dec. 8, under the topic “The World of Patent Models.” Hagley’s participation in America’s No. 1 quiz show took multiple attempts across nearly three years. In January 2020, Hagley’s Marketing Manager Laura Jury, a fan of the show, sent an online submission …

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CarMax settles with DE, other states over recall disclosure

Staff Writer Business, Headlines

Delaware and 35 other states have reached a settlement with used vehicle retailer CarMax, which has agreed to pay $1 million over concerns about its reporting of vehicle safety concerns. The settlement stems from an investigation into concerns that customers were not aware of unrepaired and potentially serious safety recalls in used vehicles. Delaware will receive $20,589.46, from the settlement. …