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Police: Suspect driver at large in hit-and-run

Police say the driver of a pick up truck remains at large as a result of a pedestrian hit and run motor vehicle collision late Friday evening.

Domestic violence, gun-control groups divided over gun bill

Advocates for domestic violence victims in Virginia are praising a rare compromise in Richmond that could shepherd into law a measure that would strip abusers of their gun rights.

Police: Suspects sought in home invasion investigation

Authorities are searching for two suspects believed to be involved in a morning home invasion, according to Salisbury Police.

Bill would require courts to tell abusers to give up guns

A measure to come before Maryland lawmakers would require courts to inform people convicted of domestic violence that they must give up their firearms.

UPDATE: Crash under investigation on Route 9 in Georgetown

Delaware State Police have completed their investigation of a crash on Rt. 9 in Georgetown

Body of boater who went missing on New Year's Eve found

CAMBRIDGE, Md. (AP) — Natural Resources Police say the body of a man who fell off a sailboat on New Year's Eve has been recovered.

Two brothers arrested following police investigation

State Police in Delaware say they have apprehended Matthew Meding, 26, and Joshua Meding, 24, of Milford.

Police seize drugs, stolen firearms following investigation

Members of the Delaware State Police Sussex County Drug Task Force say they have arrested Dionne Warner, 34, of Greenwood, following an investigation into illegal drug sales from his home at…

Healthy and quick? How healthy foods could find their way into vending machines

Healthier vending machines could be on their way to Maryland, at least on state owned property.

Flags for our heroes

Salisbury's Rotary Clubs are putting together an effort to put on a large display to honor our soldiers, law enforcement officials and first responders for Memorial Day.

Strong waves, nice weather expected for 25th Lewes Polar Bear Plunge

When the event began in 1992, 78 plungers raised $7,000. Last year over 3,300 brave souls contributed nearly $800,000.

Congress warns dirty bomb material is not secure enough

Radioactive material left over from chemotherapy treatments, science experiments and construction. This is the stuff that terrorists could use to make a dirty bomb or contaminate an entire water…

Police: Suspect driver at large in hit-and-run

Domestic violence, gun-control groups divided...

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Bill would require courts to tell abusers to...

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Two brothers arrested following police...

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Healthy and quick? How healthy foods could...

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