Hamilton Nolan · 09/19/13 11:23AM

The state of Delaware is mailing application info and fee waivers for elite colleges to every single poor high school senior with good grades in the state. Social engineering at its finest.

Lawyer Asks Hiring Firms to Google Him, Puts Nude Selfie on Facebook

Neetzan Zimmerman · 07/24/13 04:31PM

A go-getter lawyer who recently passed his bar exam decided to hit the ground sprinting with a mass email blast to thousands of potential employers across the state of Delaware in the hopes that one of them will take a chance on a greenhorn.

Three Dead Following Delaware Courthouse Shooting Rampage

Robert Kessler · 02/11/13 12:49PM

Three people, including the gunman, are dead following a shootout at a Delaware courthouse Monday morning. It happened just after 8:00 a.m., when a man walked into the New Castle County Courthouse in Wilmington and opened fire. Police have not identified the shooter or his victims, both women, though WCAU is reporting the man's name was David T. Matusiewicz.

Delaware's Last Honest Toddler Fight Club Was Shut Down Yesterday

Caity Weaver · 08/21/12 12:25PM

Since toddlers were first domesticated thousands of years ago, they have been prized for their sweet faces and their deadly skill in hand-to-hand combat. Now three daycare workers in Delaware have been arrested for giving toddlers a theater in which to hone their innate violent tendencies. Secret Toddler Fight Club is no more.

Newspaper Fires Reporter for Showing Mild Sense of Enthusiasm

Hamilton Nolan · 04/12/12 09:12AM

Khristopher J. Brooks is a young reporter who was excited to be hired by the Delaware News-Journal last week. In a playful little gesture, he wrote up a fake "press release" on his own personal Tumblr announcing, "On Wednesday April 4, 2012, the News Journal Media Group acquired veteran education reporter Khristopher J. Brooks." He included some quotes about his career and background on the paper itself. For this, he was immediately fired, because NEWSPAPER WORK MUST NEVER BE FUN.