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All lanes on Capital Beltway open after truck crash

Transportation officials say all lanes on the inner loop of the Capital Beltway are open after an overturned tractor-trailer snarled morning rush hour traffic.

Ex-official in Maryland convicted on 3 prostitution charges

The former president of a Maryland county commission has been found guilty of three misdemeanor prostitution-related offenses.

Invasive, tree-killing beetle discovered in Delaware

A destructive, invasive beetle that kills certain trees has been detected in Delaware.

Felton man sentenced on burglary charges in Dover

A Felton man who was arrested on theft, criminal trespassing, and other charges has plead guilty and was sentenced in Dover, Wednesday.

Seaford man reportedly arrested on drug charges

On Tuesday, City of Seaford Police Officers and officers from the Delaware State Police Troop 5 say they contacted a defendant during a traffic stop.

Harrington man jailed after domestic dispute

On Friday, the Harrington Police Department says they arrested a man in response to a domestic dispute.

In some US schools, resistance to ending corporal punishment

The message from the U.S. Education Department to schools has been to work toward positive school climates and less punitive approaches to school discipline.

Another arrested in connection with Operation "Duck Hunt"

On August 16, a man was reportedly extradited back to Delaware from Puerto Rico in connection with Operation Duck Hunt.

Ford recalls over 88K vehicles due to stalling problem

Ford is recalling more than 88,000 cars and SUVs in North America because the engines can stall without warning due to a fuel pump problem.

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Portion of Ellicott City's Main Street re-opening

A portion of Ellicott City's Main Street is re-opening after flooding last month.

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Horse owners urged to keep vaccinations current

Delaware horse owners are asked to make sure that their horses' vaccinations are current to protect them against West Nile Virus and Eastern Equine Encephalomyelitis.

AAA tests show that auto emergency braking systems vary greatly

New test results from AAA apparently show that automatic emergency braking systems vary greatly in design and performance.

All lanes on Capital Beltway open after truck...

Ex-official in Maryland convicted on 3...

Invasive, tree-killing beetle discovered in...

Felton man sentenced on burglary charges in Dover

Seaford man reportedly arrested on drug charges

Harrington man jailed after domestic dispute

In some US schools, resistance to ending...

Another arrested in connection with Operation "...

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Ford recalls over 88K vehicles due to stalling...

Ellicott City, Maryland

Portion of Ellicott City's Main Street re-opening

Horse owners urged to keep vaccinations current

AAA tests show that auto emergency braking...


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