UPDATED: Jury Seated in Hunter Biden Gun Crime Trial in Wilmington

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UPDATED – 5:50pm – A jury of 6 men and 6 women with 4 alternates (all women) has been seated in Hunter Biden’s federal gun crime trial. The trial is expected to last about two weeks. ===================================================== ORIGINAL STORY – 06/03/24 – After a weekend at the family’s North Shores beach house in Rehoboth Beach,…

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Delaware Groups to Hold Vigil for Nakba and Gaza in Wilmington

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On Wednesday, May 15th from 6:30 to 8:00 pm, Delawareans for Palestinian Human Rights (DelPHR) and various local groups will hold a candlelight vigil at H.B. duPont Park in downtown Wilmington. The event aims to commemorate the Nakba, a term referring to historical events surrounding the Palestinians during the establishment of the state of Israel,…

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Delaware’s Eric Hansen Announces for US Senate

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Eric Hansen announced his campaign for the Republican nomination for U.S. Senate in Delaware. Hansen is a businessman and political outsider and says he’s running to get results for Delaware families instead of more of the same from Washington. Hansen is a businessman who built his career at Proctor and Gamble, Johnson & Johnson, and…

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First Reported Rabies Case of 2023 in Delaware

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The Delaware Division of Public Health is informing the public about its first reported rabies case of 2023. DPH received a report last week of a human and their pet dog who had been exposed to a potentially rabid groundhog in a residential neighborhood in the Wilmington area. The groundhog was tested for rabies and…

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Two Central Delaware Teen Girls Arrested in Wilmington for Stealing Vehicle

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Two teen girls–one from Magnolia and the other from Milford–are charged in connection with a motor vehicle theft that occurred overnight in Wilmington. Police also arrested 18-year-old Sherron Elam-Coursey of Wilmington. Just before 2 a.m., troopers responded to the Wawa on Ogletown Stanton Road in Wilmington and learned that a 21-year-old woman parked her car…

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DSP Investigating Fatal Motorcycle Crash Near Smyrna Rest Stop

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Two people are dead after a motorcycle crash Sunday evening around 7:15 on DuPont Parkway north of Paddock Road – near the Smyrna Rest Area. Delaware State Police say the operator of a black Harley-Davidson FXD motorcycle lost control and the cycle began sliding on its side. The cycle was then struck by an unknown…

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Candidates Forum Thursday – Statewide Offices

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There will be a candidates forum Thursday at 7pm at Congregation Beth Emeth in Wilmington. The forum will be available online, but you do need to register. The forum will include candidates for US Congress, Attorney General, State Treasurer and Auditor. To register – go to ShalomDelaware.org/2022Vote. Click here to just watch the forum

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Man Arrested For 8th DUI

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A man is facing his 8th DUI offense after being pulled over in the Lewes area over the weekend.According to Delaware State Police, a trooper stopped a driver for speeding on Coastal Highway in the area of Dartmouth Drive Saturday afternoon. Police said 51-year-old Donald Sheldon of Wilmington showed signs of impairment, and a DUI…

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DSP Looking to Solve Cold Case Fatal Hit & Run Crashes

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The Delaware State Police Collision Reconstruction Units (CRU) based throughout the State are seeking the assistance with Cold Case Fatal Hit and Runs. The following are six cold case investigations the units have been working to solve, but have not had any leads or further information provided over the course of the years. DOVER –…

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Sen. Darius Brown Acquitted Of Misdemeanor Charges

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State Senator Darius Brown, D.-Wilmington, has been found not guilty of misdemeanor crimes for which he was arrested last May. The jury in Court of Common Pleas came back with its verdict Thursday after hearing one day of testimony the previous day. The incident last spring involved allegations that he punched a woman in the…

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Sen. Darius Brown Booted From Another Committee Following Reported Blow-up With Another Lawmaker

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State Senator Darius Brown, D-Wilmington, has lost another legislative committee position following a reported outburst directed at a colleague at a recent bill-signing event. Brown also faces trial next month on charges that he punched a woman and threw a glass at a Wilmington-area restaurant last May. The chair of the Senate Rules and Ethics…

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Two Rallies for Abortion Justice in Delaware Saturday – Wilmington & Seaford

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On Saturday, Oct. 2nd, hundreds of people across Delaware will rally in Wilmington’s Rodney Square from 10:30-11:30am, and in Seaford at the intersection of Bridgeville Highway and Rawlins Drive from 1:30-2:30pm, to demand an end to the dangerous, escalating attacks on reproductive rights and freedoms in this country. These sister rallies were organized by the…

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What Happened to This Past Weekend’s Biden Visit?

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Despite what Karine Jean-Pierre, Pres. Biden’s deputy press secretary, said during her July 30 press briefing, the President did not return to Rehoboth this past weekend. The expectant visit had been reported by the local and international press. But Pres. Biden went to Wilmington, again! So far, he has only visited Rehoboth once since taking office. This was his visit…

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Update: 3 Wilmington Police Officers Shot; Suspect Deceased

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Wilmington Police provided this update Thursday afternoon: At approximately 9:29 p.m. on Wednesday, June 2, Wilmington Police received a 9-1-1 call regarding an in-progress domestic dispute in the 2400 block of North Market Street. Responding officers attempted to make contact with the male suspect involved in the domestic incident, who was identified as 31-year-old Bernard…

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Update : Fugitive Arrested At Dover Hotel

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UPDATE: ———————————————————————————————————————————————– A wanted fugitive who waited two hours before coming out of a Dover hotel had a weapon and ammunition with him, according to Dover Police. Members of the Dover PD Crisis Negotiation Team and Delaware State Police Special Operations Team converged upon the Dover Garden Suites just off South Little Creek Road. 37-year-old…

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GOP Supporters Hit With Eggs At Wilmington-Area Rally

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A pre-election rally near Wilmington resulted in three juveniles and three adults being ‘egged’ over the weekend. According to Delaware State Police, it happened during a pro-Republican rally Sunday in the parking lot of Crossroads Restaurant on Kirkwood Highway in the Milltown area. Three male suspects tossed the eggs from the window of a passing…

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Drug Investigation Leads To Arrest In Greenwood

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A drug investigation in the Greenwood area has resulted in a man’s arrest. Delaware State Police say officers with Sussex County Probation and Parole and DSP spotted a vehicle driven by a man whose driver’s license was suspended. Officers approached the vehicle when it pulled into a convenience store parking lot. According to State Police,…

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Wilmington Man Charged with DUI After Crashing into Long Neck Home

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Delaware State Police were called after a vehicle crashed into a Long Neck home on East Wind Drive Friday night.  Police found a Mercedes Benz collided with the home – and smelled alcohol when they contacted the driver, 54 year old John Ruello of Wilmington.  Investigation showed that Ruello was southbound on Long Neck Road…

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2 Upstate Care Facilities Report Multiple Coronavirus Cases

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The second Delawarean who died from complications with coronavirus was a resident of Little Sisters of the Poor in Newark.  Since then seven more residents have tested positive for the virus.  Public Health officials on Saturday said a second care facility – HarborChase – in Wilmington has six residents from a memory care unity who…

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