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Meeting set in case that led to overturning of death penalty

A judge is holding a status conference with attorneys regarding a murder suspect whose case led to Delaware's death penalty being overturned by the state Supreme Court.

Cambridge Chief of Police reinstated after short suspension

Cambridge Chief of Police Daniel Dvorak has confirmed with 47 ABC that he has been reinstated.

SU students seek to build community relationships

Salisbury University students have committed to improving and building their relationships with the community specifically their neighbors

White Marlin winner failed polygraph test

A civil suit is now officially filed  in Worcester county circuit court, by White Marlin open officials,  against the winner of the tournament's White Marlin division.

Gov. Markell signs two tick control bills into law

With a growing concern for lyme disease in Delaware, Governor Jack Markell took initiative on tick control today signing two bills into law.

UPDATE: Mylan launching generic version of EpiPen

In response to growing criticism over the mounting costs of its allergy drug EpiPen, the maker Mylan says it is now releasing a new generic alternative as a cheaper choice.

New school year, new goals in Wicomico Co.

A new school year brings new goals and challenges, but day one for Wicomico County's new Superintendent Doctor Donna Hanlin was all about meeting the students.

Last chance? Obama administration proposes health law fixes

In one of its last chances to tinker with the president's signature health care law, the Obama administration is proposing fixes and adjustments for 2018.

Obama-elections not rigged

Feds given another 3 weeks to weigh ex-Virginia gov's case

A federal appeals court has granted a request to put former Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell's case on hold for another three weeks.

Maryland officials set announcement on school starting date

Gov. Larry Hogan and Comptroller Peter Franchot are scheduled to make an announcement regarding the starting date of Maryland schools in future years.

Boy found wandering Dover parking lot Monday morning turned over to his mother, police say

A boy who was found wandering in a Dover parking lot Monday morning was reportedly returned to his mother.

Maryland officials: companies to pay penalty for polluting

The owners that operate two power plants in Maryland have agreed to pay a $1 million penalty to resolve allegations over polluting in the Potomac and Patuxent Rivers.

Meeting set in case that led to overturning of...

Cambridge Chief of Police reinstated after...

SU students seek to build community relationships

White Marlin winner failed polygraph test

Gov. Markell signs two tick control bills into law

UPDATE: Mylan launching generic version of EpiPen

New school year, new goals in Wicomico Co.

Obama-elections not rigged

Last chance? Obama administration proposes...

Feds given another 3 weeks to weigh ex-Virginia...

Maryland officials set announcement on school...

Boy found wandering Dover parking lot Monday...

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