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Past articles by Brittany:

Wilmington police investigating shooting that left 43-year-old man critically injured

Wilmington police said they were called about 4:50 p.m. to the area of 28th and Jessup streets. → Read More

Delaware sees record year for overdoses — again — as COVID-19 and addiction collide

Last year, fentanyl was found as a contributor in 372 of the state’s overdose deaths, according to the state Division of Forensic Science. → Read More

Serious crash closes Route 1 in both directions near Magnolia with lengthy closure expected

Delaware State Police said the crash occurred about 8:38 p.m. Saturday on Del. 1 northbound just south of Trap Shooters Road near Magnolia. → Read More

Police seek Delaware man wanted in connection with killing of man found dead in Pennsylvania

Police have obtained arrest warrants for 28-year-old Sean Tyler of Delaware. → Read More

What we know about the Wilmington police standoff along North Market Street

A section of North Market Street has been closed for several hours after reports of three Wilmington police officers shot Wednesday night. → Read More

Two people in two separate vehicles killed in Millsboro-area crash Friday night

The crash closed Mount Joy Road for about four hours while the collision was investigated and cleared. → Read More

Frederica woman, 24, killed in single-vehicle crash early Saturday morning near Dover

Bay Road in the area of the crash was closed for about four hours during the investigation. → Read More

Rehoboth Beach woman, 86, killed in Friday crash on Old Landing Road in Sussex County

The crash closed Old Landing Road for about an hour while troopers investigated. → Read More

Delaware coronavirus cases climb to 3,200; 7 additional deaths reported Wednesday

The state's coronavirus ZIP code map shows Georgetown as one of the hardest-hit areas in the state. → Read More

As state COVID-19 cases climb, New Castle County paramedics receive gowns, masks

New Castle County has nearly 65 percent of all coronavirus cases statewide, according to state data. → Read More

Connections Community Support Programs to exit Delaware prisons amid controversies

Centurion of Delaware LLC will provide medical and behavioral health care at Delaware's four prisons. → Read More

Shakeup coming to Delaware's top law enforcement agencies

The appointments come with pay cuts for both men. → Read More

Man, 28, in critical condition following Wilmington shooting Sunday night

Officers were called about 6:40 p.m. to the first block of West 27th Street for a shooting incident, police said. → Read More

Shooters often share 'community gun,' making it easier to get a weapon, attorneys say

State prosecutors and local police say it isn't a new trend, but the information at the Delaware Gun Violence Forum Thursday still stunned attendees. → Read More

Many issues in Delaware's prison health system remain unaddressed, report says

The independent review by ChristianaCare came at the request of DOC Commissioner Clair DeMatteis. → Read More

How Delaware caught Google's attention in fight against opioid addiction

Ask parents who have just learned their child is struggling and they'll tell you they don't know where to start. That's where Google wants to help. → Read More

Wilmington man flees police, found with loaded handgun

Officers attempted to stop Davine Boyce on foot, but the man ran from them in the first block of West 29th Street. → Read More

With organization under fire, Connections chief announces retirement

The head of Connections Community Support Programs Inc. will step down by the end of the year, she announced Monday. → Read More

Police investigating reports of active shooter at DSU

Authorities say no shots or injuries have been been reported at Delaware State University. → Read More

Delaware DOJ files lawsuit against Sackler family, owners of Purdue Pharma companies

The lawsuit, filed Monday, comes on the heels of numerous others that have recently been filed against the family. → Read More