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Delaware State University on Lockdown After Shooting

Delaware State University on Lockdown After Shooting

A representative of Delaware State University has just announced that the campus has been put  on lockdown after one person was shot in off campus housing. The suspect fled the residence hall after shooting one person and has yet to be apprehended. The victim was taken to a nearby hospital, but no information about their […]

Jonestown Remains Found in Delaware 35 Years After Mass Suicide/Murder

Jonestown Remains Found in Delaware 35 Years After Mass Suicide/Murder

The widower of a woman who died over 35 years ago in the mass murder/suicide in Jonestown, Guyana, has finally found her remains, which were discovered along with those of nine other victims in an empty funeral home in Delaware.  More than 900 people died in Jonestown after drinking punch laced with cyanide, the majority of […]

Internet Gambling Still in the Game

Internet Gambling Still in the Game

In 2006, the six-billion-dollar Internet gambling industry was dealt a hard blow by the Unlawful Internet Gambling Enforcement Act (UIGEA). The legislation, penned by Bill Frist, R-Tenn, was a last-minute addition to an unrelated piece of business which was immediately signed into law by then-President George W. Bush. The industry and the public was caught […]

Boston Bound Flight Diverted

Boston Bound Flight Diverted

A Boston bound flight has been diverted to Delaware after a United Express pilot reported smoke  present in the aircraft. The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) said there were sixty-one passengers and four crew members on board flight 3759 that was diverted to New Castle Airport close to Wilmington, Delaware. The FAA reported that the flight […]

Delaware Pediatrician Melvin Morse on Trial for Waterboarding Stepdaughter

Delaware Pediatrician Melvin Morse on Trial for Waterboarding Stepdaughter

Delaware pediatrician Melvin Morse is currently standing trial to face accusations that he waterboarded his stepdaughter.  Morse, 60, is accused of having held the girl’s face under a faucet several times in 2012.  Morse previously pleaded not guilty to assault, conspiracy and child endangerment charges.  Monday’s proceedings involved the selection of a 12-person jury to […]

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