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Researchers Explore Factors Contributing To Beach Injuries

What factors contribute to injuries at the beach? Researchers at the University of Delaware are looking into surf-zone injuries and comparing them to the conditions on the coast.

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Two Chicken Megafarms Proposed In Delaware

Delaware is already a big state for the poultry industry, but proposals for two new megafarms could take things to the next level.

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On Independence Day, Celebrate Your Patriotism At These Parades

Today is Independence Day, and along with barbecues and fireworks, there's little more patriotic than parades. Here are some of your favorite local parades.
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Thinking Small To Solve Environmental Problems In The Chesapeake

The Choptank River, which begins in Kent County, Delaware, is emblematic of the environmental problems facing many of the waterways in the region, and is a source of interest for scientists and environmentalists in the region.

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Dewey Beach Nightlife Puts Business Owners At Odds With Town

Business owners in Dewey Beach, Delaware, have complained about the cost of business licenses in the popular party town, but town leaders have defended them, saying they are necessary to keep the town's nightlife in check.

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The Politics Hour - May 23, 2014

D.C. Council Member Kenyan McDuffie (D-Ward 5) joins Kojo and Tom Sherwood in the studio.

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Robots Boost Production At Dogfish Head Brewery Three-Fold

One of the region's biggest brewing operations is getting even bigger with an expanded bottling operation.

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Delaware Community Raises Money To Save Beloved Theater

A small community in Coastal Delaware has raised enough money to save one of its most historic and beloved landmarks.
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The Politics Hour - Feb. 21, 2014

Arlington County Board Chairman Jay Fisette (D) and John McCarthy, Maryland States Attorney for Montgomery County, join Kojo and Tom Sherwood in the studio.

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Tremors On Maryland's Eastern Shore Attributed To Sonic Booms

Residents of Ocean City, Md., were shaken up — quite literally — by tremors around noon on Thursday that is now being attributed to supersonic flights.