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Delaware officials: 4 test positive for West Nile virus

Delaware health officials say four people in the state have tested positive for West Nile virus.

The Latest: Brother: We always looked up to slain cameraman

The latest on the funeral for Adam Ward, the WDBJ-TV cameraman who was fatally shot by a former co-worker on live TV Wednesday in Moneta, Virginia (all times local):

Supporters of Iran deal near key vote total to back up Obama

Supporters are now just one vote shy of the 34 Senate votes needed to keep the Iran nuclear deal alive and hand a major foreign policy victory to President Barack Obama.

Vice Pres. Biden shows up at Democratic Jamboree

Those in attendance for the 2015 Sussex County Democratic Jamboree in Delaware were treated to an unexpected surprise Saturday in Cape Henlopen State Park as the Vice President of the United…

Boat fire in Trappe ruled as accidental

A boat caught fire on Monday evening, as the owner was attempting to start it.

Information sought on arson at Salisbury home

Investigators are looking for information, after the cause of a fire at a house in Salisbury, was ruled as arson.

Teen reportedly robbed by three suspects in Dover

The Dover Police Department say, they are investigating a robbery to a teen in Dover while he was walking home Monday night.

Md. panel to make decisions on body camera

A Maryland commission is set to make decisions on recommendations for a statewide policy on the use of police body cameras.

Delaware congressional delegation touts education grant

Delaware's congressional delegation is touring a federal grant aimed at getting more minority students to take up careers in science and technology.

Stem cells, lab work

Move over awareness month

Although the move over law came into effect over four years ago the Berlin Police Department is using September as move over*awareness month.

Sister Rosa - Georgetown's Angel

She doesn't have any children, but more than 5,000 kids call Sister Rosa Alvarez of La Esperanza "Grandma Rosita" and with good reason. When their mothers were pregnant Alvarez that was the one…

Mikulski sends thousands to shore for bullet proof vests

Sen. Barbara Mikulski announced more than $142,000 in federal funds will be used to buy bullet proof vests for police departments across Maryland.

Delaware officials: 4 test positive for West...

The Latest: Brother: We always looked up to...

Supporters of Iran deal near key vote total to...

Vice Pres. Biden shows up at Democratic Jamboree

Boat fire in Trappe ruled as accidental

Information sought on arson at Salisbury home

Teen reportedly robbed by three suspects in Dover

Md. panel to make decisions on body camera

Stem cells, lab work

Delaware congressional delegation touts...

Move over awareness month

Sister Rosa - Georgetown's Angel

Mikulski sends thousands to shore for bullet...

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