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  • 5 Arrested in Kent County Human Trafficking Case

    5 Arrested in Kent County Human Trafficking Case

    Monday, May 22 2017 4:59 PM EDT2017-05-22 20:59:41 GMT
    Monday, May 22 2017 4:59 PM EDT2017-05-22 20:59:41 GMT

    The Delaware State Police, with the assistance of the Federal Bureau of Investigation and the Delaware Department of Justice, arrested five people in connection with a human trafficking case. 

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    The Delaware State Police, with the assistance of the Federal Bureau of Investigation and the Delaware Department of Justice, arrested five people in connection with a human trafficking case. 

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  • Fire Officials Say Two Dogs Died in an Early Morning House Fire

    Fire Officials Say Two Dogs Died in an Early Morning House Fire

    Monday, May 22 2017 4:35 PM EDT2017-05-22 20:35:05 GMT
    Monday, May 22 2017 4:35 PM EDT2017-05-22 20:35:05 GMT

    The Delaware State Fire Marshal’s Office is investigating a house fire that is believed to have killed two dogs. 

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    The Delaware State Fire Marshal’s Office is investigating a house fire that is believed to have killed two dogs. 

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  • Delaware Auditor's Office Issues Report on Correctional Overtime

    Monday, May 22 2017 2:38 PM EDT2017-05-22 18:38:46 GMT
    Monday, May 22 2017 3:54 PM EDT2017-05-22 19:54:13 GMT
    The James T. Vaughn Correctional Center near Smyrna, Del. (Photo: WBOC)The James T. Vaughn Correctional Center near Smyrna, Del. (Photo: WBOC)

    More than a third of Delaware's budgeted funding for overtime is being spent in the Department of Correction with some correctional officers earning more than their entire year's salary in overtime, according to a report from the state auditor's office. 

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    More than a third of Delaware's budgeted funding for overtime is being spent in the Department of Correction with some correctional officers earning more than their entire year's salary in overtime, according to a report from the state auditor's office. 

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  • Ocean City Postpones Median Project

    Ocean City Postpones Median Project

    Monday, May 22 2017 7:20 PM EDT2017-05-22 23:20:09 GMT
    Monday, May 22 2017 7:20 PM EDT2017-05-22 23:20:09 GMT

    Ocean City median project has been postponed till fall of 2018. 

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    Ocean City median project has been postponed till fall of 2018. 

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  • Wicomico County Hires New Finance Director

    Wicomico County Hires New Finance Director

    Monday, May 22 2017 6:30 PM EDT2017-05-22 22:30:22 GMT
    Monday, May 22 2017 6:30 PM EDT2017-05-22 22:30:22 GMT

    Wicomico County Executive Bob Culver announced the replacement of former finance director Leslie Lewis.  

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    Wicomico County Executive Bob Culver announced the replacement of former finance director Leslie Lewis.  

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  • Authorities: Stabbing of Black Student Possible Hate Crime

    Authorities: Stabbing of Black Student Possible Hate Crime

    Monday, May 22 2017 10:39 AM EDT2017-05-22 14:39:04 GMT
    Monday, May 22 2017 10:39 AM EDT2017-05-22 14:39:04 GMT

    The FBI is investigating the fatal stabbing of a black student visiting the University of Maryland as a possible hate crime after a white student with ties to a Facebook group that posts disparaging material about African Americans was arrested in his death, authorities say.

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    The FBI is investigating the fatal stabbing of a black student visiting the University of Maryland as a possible hate crime after a white student with ties to a Facebook group that posts disparaging material about African Americans was arrested in his death, authorities say.

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  • Delaware Court Helped Decide Fate of Former Presidential Yacht

    Delaware Court Helped Decide Fate of Former Presidential Yacht

    Tuesday, February 28 2017 8:59 PM EST2017-03-01 01:59:56 GMT
    Tuesday, February 28 2017 11:34 PM EST2017-03-01 04:34:01 GMT

    GEORGETOWN, Del. -- Delaware's unique Court of Chancery has decided in a number of cases over the years for businesses and individuals alike, though it played a role in deciding the future of a former presidential yacht that had fallen into disrepair. Following years of contentious legal action to determine the ownership and price of the vessel, Vice Chancellor Sam Glasscock ruled last year that Washington D.C.-based firm F.E. Partners could purchase the U.S.S. Se...

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    GEORGETOWN, Del. -- Delaware's unique Court of Chancery has decided in a number of cases over the years for businesses and individuals alike, though it played a role in deciding the future of a former presidential yacht that had fallen into disrepair. Following years of contentious legal action to determine the ownership and price of the vessel, Vice Chancellor Sam Glasscock ruled last year that Washington D.C.-based firm F.E. Partners could purchase the U.S.S. Se...

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