Activist Fights For Formal Slavery Apology From State Of DelawareThis is the third time that Harmon Carey has asked Gov. Jack Markell to issue an apology on behalf of the state.
Delaware Governor Issues Apology After Racy Photo ‘Inadvertently’ TweetedThe governor of Delaware was forced to offer an apology after a racy photo of a female was “inadvertently” sent out from his verified Twitter account.
Delaware Bans Minors From Tanning BedsThe bill is aimed at reducing teens' risk for melanoma.
DelDOT Continues To Search For Cause Of Tilting I-495 BridgeEyewitness News reporter Jan Carabeo was able to speak with the engineering consulting company that tipped DelDOT off to this problem in the first place.
Delaware Ranks Fourth Among Bike Friendly StatesIn its seventh assessment it ranked Delaware number four nationally.
Winter Storms Cost Delaware More Than $13 Million -- With More Snow On The WayThe state has bought 77,000 tons of salt so far and doled out over 82,000 hours of overtime pay to employees. That comes out to over $13 million spent in winter storm costs, nearly four times the amount originally budgeted.
Snow Removal Costs Pile Up In DelawareThis has been a winter many people are eager to see come to an end.
UPDATE: Delaware Governor Lifts Limited State Of EmergencyGov. Jack Markell lifted the limited State of Emergency designations in several areas on Thursday afternoon.
Delaware Sees First Same-Sex Marriage Ceremony Under a law that took effect Monday, no more civil unions will be performed in Delaware, and existing civil unions will be converted to marriages over the next year.
Sandy Hook Parents Support Del. Gun Control Bills Parents of three children killed at Sandy Hook met with Gov. Jack Markell on Tuesday to express their support for gun-control legislation pending in Delaware's General Assembly.
Delaware Could Become 10th State To Approve Same-Sex MarriageDelaware has begun the process that could lead to legal same-sex marriage in the First State as early as July 1st.
Del. Governor Notified Of Fisker Layoffs The state of Delaware will continue to work with troubled automaker Fisker Automotive Inc., which notified Gov. Jack Markell's office of its plans Friday to lay off a large number of its staff, a spokeswoman for the governor said.