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In some US schools, resistance to ending corporal punishment

The message from the U.S. Education Department to schools has been to work toward positive school climates and less punitive approaches to school discipline.

Another arrested in connection with Operation "Duck Hunt"

On August 16, a man was reportedly extradited back to Delaware from Puerto Rico in connection with Operation Duck Hunt.

Ford recalls over 88K vehicles due to stalling problem

Ford is recalling more than 88,000 cars and SUVs in North America because the engines can stall without warning due to a fuel pump problem.

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Portion of Ellicott City's Main Street re-opening

A portion of Ellicott City's Main Street is re-opening after flooding last month.

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Horse owners urged to keep vaccinations current

Delaware horse owners are asked to make sure that their horses' vaccinations are current to protect them against West Nile Virus and Eastern Equine Encephalomyelitis.

AAA tests show that auto emergency braking systems vary greatly

New test results from AAA apparently show that automatic emergency braking systems vary greatly in design and performance.

Burning trash can found in Salisbury

The Office of the State Fire Marshal reported that a city trash can was found burning on Tuesday night.

UPDATED NAME: Dover man reportedly arrested for DUI and drug charges

On Sunday, the Harrington Police Department says they arrested  a man for driving under the influence and drug charges after a traffic stop.

Harrington teen arrested for allegedly stealing basketballs from local church

Police in Harrington say, they arrested a Harrington teen over the weekend after he apparently stole basketballs belonging to a local church.

Ex-teacher awaiting trial on sex charges can do yard work

A federal judge says a former teacher awaiting trial on child sex charges can do yard work while on home confinement.

UPDATE: WMO prize money withheld pending investigation

Two weeks after an angler caught the only qualifying white marlin during the 43rd annual billfish tournament, officials announce the cash prize would be withheld pending an investigation.

Medicaid to pay for repellent in Virginia to ward off Zika

Officials say Virginia's Medicaid program has begun covering the cost of mosquito repellent to prevent people from being infected by the Zika virus.

In some US schools, resistance to ending...

Another arrested in connection with Operation "...

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Ford recalls over 88K vehicles due to stalling...

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Portion of Ellicott City's Main Street re-opening

Horse owners urged to keep vaccinations current

AAA tests show that auto emergency braking...

Burning trash can found in Salisbury

UPDATED NAME: Dover man reportedly arrested...

Harrington teen arrested for allegedly stealing...

Ex-teacher awaiting trial on sex charges can do...

UPDATE: WMO prize money withheld pending...

Medicaid to pay for repellent in Virginia to...


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