First for November 6, 2015

McDole family speaks out
It’s been over 6 weeks since wheelchair bound Jeremy McDole was shot and killed by Wilmington police on Tulip Street. The Wilmington Police Department and the Delaware Department of Justice Office of Civil Rights and Public Trust are all investigating what happened. Meanwhile, the family still wants answers, not believing the explanation offered by police. First Look digs into their story.

Delaware Wine Country
Wineries are growing in number in our area, Delaware alone has four. Along with our content partner Delaware Today Magazine, we look at what might be driving the growth in our region.

First Experience: J.R. Huntsberger
J.R. Huntsberger worked at Dupont for over 20 years. As a child of the depression he thought science was a better career choice than art. When he retired, he felt it was the right time to do what he most enjoyed, painting. First Experience takes you to Huntsberger’s Centerville home to see his work.

First Person: Ken Simpler Delaware State Treasurer
Delaware State Treasurer Ken Simpler is in the First studios this week as our First Person Guest. We look back at his first year in office, was it what he expected?

The Assassin
Fresh off the success of Maurice Hines’ ‘Tapping Through Life’ The Delaware Theatre Company took a different turn with its next production, ‘Playing the Assassin’. The author is a Delaware playwright, and the play is loosely based on a real life football incident from the late 70’s. As you’ll see, this is not a play about football.

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