Washington Navy Yard on lockdown following "active shooter" report

The Washington Navy Yard was placed on lockdown Thursday morning following reports of an "active shooter" at the scene.

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Church fires common, but usually not the result of arson

While investigators probe the cause of a fire that destroyed a rural black church in South Carolina, statistics show church fires aren't unusual and happen dozens of times a week across the…

Charlotte church fire

Dedicating the "Melvin Harris Way"

There's a new street in Salisbury in honor of a man who came to town decades ago with a few things on his mind mainly music and teaching.

DE Legislative session provides money for local economy

The Delaware legislative session went into the wee hours of Wednesday morning, but finally, budgets were agreed upon and passed. The operating budget, which takes care of things like keeping…

Maryland governor says he's 'doing great' on day 5 of chemo

Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan is on his fifth day of chemotherapy, but he says he's "doing great" and getting things done from the hospital.

Pocomoke Police Chief no longer employed with station

47 ABC has confirmed that Kelvin Sewell is no longer the Chief of Police in Pocomoke City.

Milford City Manager resigns, City CPA named in interim

The City Manager for Milford, Delaware, has reportedly resigned.

UPDATE: ACLU files suit seeking information on DE inmate death

A civil rights organization says they are working to find out details, after the death of an inmate at a Kent County facility, died.

Two charged with shooting man in Federalsburg

Two men have been arrested, in connection with the shooting of a third, back in June.

Md. tax amnesty program starts in September

Maryland residents who are behind on their taxes will soon get a chance to pay up with reduced penalties.

Fireworks can trigger PTSD for combat veterans

For many people, fireworks can be the most exciting part of 4th of July; however, experts say it could have unintended consequences.

New rules could mean trade schools lose financial aid

Starting July 1st, trade schools will have to prove to the U.S. Department of Education that their graduates will be able to pay back their student loans, or the programs will be at risk of…

UPDATE: One killed in Accomack Co. motorcycle crash

One person has died, after a Tuesday evening motorcycle crash in Accomack County.

Charlotte church fire

Church fires common, but usually not the...

Dedicating the "Melvin Harris Way"

DE Legislative session provides money for local...

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Pocomoke Police Chief no longer employed with...

Milford City Manager resigns, City CPA named...

UPDATE: ACLU files suit seeking information on...

Two charged with shooting man in Federalsburg

Md. tax amnesty program starts in September

Fireworks can trigger PTSD for combat veterans

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UPDATE: One killed in Accomack Co. motorcycle...

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