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UPDATE: 1 arrest made in incident of stolen batteries from bus yards

The Delaware State Police say they have arrested one subject and are seeking the public's help in finding two others that were involved in the theft of bus batteries.

Judge sets trial date in fatal school bathroom fight

Three Delaware girls charged in a fatal school bathroom fight will go to trial nearly a year after a 16-year-old girl's death.

Dismissal filed in sex abuse suit against former councilman

Attorneys have agreed to dismiss a lawsuit in which a young woman claims she was repeatedly sexually abused by a former Republican Sussex County councilman.

Delmarva fights back against offshore drilling

Float for the Coast celebrates Delmarva's Fight against offshore drilling. These folks are all about clean water for our community and marine life.

DHSS highlights the importance of food protection managers

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention funded a national study that found that restaurants with Certified Food Protection Managers had fewer of most types of food safety violations.

More new laws for Maryland drivers take effect October 1

Several new laws will be put into effect October 1 focusing on impaired driving, commercial drivers, historic vehicles, and proof of insurance.

UPDATE: 1 killed, 3 injured in Cambridge house fire

One person has died and three others have been injured, including two firefighters, after a Cambridge house fire.

Local Leaders attend Dover city council meeting to voice concern for homeless population

Dover residents addressed city council tonight on the growing homeless issue in Dover. According to the Governor's office, every year, on average, about 8,000 people in Delaware experience…

Salisbury to ban replica guns to protect youth

Salisbury officials are considering a ban on toys and BB guns that look like real weapons. They feel this will aid in preventing the type of shootings that have taken place across the…

Trial date set for man paralyzed in police shooting

A Delaware judge has scheduled a January trial date for a Georgia man who was left a quadriplegic after being shot by Wilmington police.

Police trying to ID bank robbery suspects in Accomack Co.

According to Sheriff Todd Godwin, on Monday afternoon, the Accomack County Sheriff's Office received a lookout notification from Pocomoke Police Department.

Pumpkin patch picking in full swing thanks to good harvest

A big part of fall is pumpkin picking and farmers are getting ready for families, children, and students to come out to their fields to pick their favorites.

UPDATE: 1 arrest made in incident of stolen...

Judge sets trial date in fatal school bathroom...

Dismissal filed in sex abuse suit against...

Delmarva fights back against offshore drilling

DHSS highlights the importance of food...

More new laws for Maryland drivers take effect...

UPDATE: 1 killed, 3 injured in Cambridge house...

Local Leaders attend Dover city council meeting...

Salisbury to ban replica guns to protect youth

Trial date set for man paralyzed in police...

Police trying to ID bank robbery suspects in...

Pumpkin patch picking in full swing thanks to...


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