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Jury awards $1M to stem cell photographer (access required)

A federal jury in Delaware has awarded more than $1 million to a photographer whose copyrighted photograph of stem cells was widely distributed without his consent for seven years on the website of a company that produces nutritional supplements aimed at increasing stem-cell count.

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Del. high court deciding whether state’s sheriffs have arrest powers

DOVER, Del. — The Delaware Supreme Court is weighing whether sheriffs in Delaware have the authority to arrest people after a hearing Wednesday in a legal battle between Sussex County Sheriff Jeff Christopher and state and county officials. Christopher, a ...

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Amtrak service restored between Philadelphia, D.C.

WASHINGTON — Amtrak says train service between Philadelphia and Washington has been restored after being suspended because of damaged overhead wires. Spokesman Craig Schulz says passengers should expect delays as crews continue repairing the system and restoring the second track ...

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Rehoboth resident sues over scooter parking fees

DOVER, Del. — A Rehoboth Beach resident has filed a federal lawsuit challenging the town’s new $40 parking permit fee for motorized scooters. In a complaint filed Monday, Lawrence Myslewski says the new fee is unconstitutional because residents do not ...

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