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Police & Fire

12-year-old spots fire at neighbor’s house in Bear

With the help of his father, “cool and collected’ Bear resident Sam Witman extinguishes the fire.

Thieves grab lottery ticket display from Newark store

It was a bad bet by two people who stole the lottery ticket display – quickly classified as worthless – from a Newark liquor store.

Carry the Load, remembering fallen military members, stops in Delaware

Volunteers cross America to remind people that Memorial Day is to remember heroes who died in the line of duty

Body camera training underway in Wilmington as new bill calls for statewide policy

The bill would require all law enforcement and some correction and other officers to wear a body camera

Country star Jimmie Allen sets benefit concert Monday for slain officer’s family

'I think it's super important for our communities and stuff to come together," the musician said

Delmar Cpl. Keith Heacook dies from injuries

The 22-year veteran had been on a ventilator and had a shunt in his head to help reduce brain swelling.

Wife of Milford officer shot in December helps organize fundraiser for Delmar officer

Amanda Webb said the outpouring of support was uplifting, and she wants the same for Heacock family.

Bill to ban gun magazines of more than 17 rounds passes House committee

  A bill that would ban gun magazines of more than 17 rounds passed the Delaware House Judiciary Committee Tuesday afternoon. A companion bill, which would require a permit and gun training before being allowed to buy a gun, will be...

ACLU: Delaware should consider laws to govern how mobile licenses are handled

Among other things, new laws may be needed to forbid future tech from abusing them, Mike Brickner said

Cape Henlopen student dead, four others injured in ATV accident

  Lewes- Delaware State Police are investigating a fatal all terrain vehicle crash that occurred Tuesday evening. On April 6 at approximately 6:47 p.m., a John Deere Gator ATV was traveling northbound on a private asphalt driveway located off of Robinsonville Road,...
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Latest News

Fireworks will bloom this summer. Rehoboth, New Castle say theirs are on

Separation Day festivities are canceled, except for fireworks June 12. Rehoboth will light 'em July 3

With so much federal stimulus cash, state predicts surplus of $1 billion

Members of the committees talked about replenishing funds that were used to help weather the COVID-19 pandemic.

Fans celebrate return of NASCAR to Dover Speedway

Almost a return to normal: 20,000 fans hit Dover Speedway and see Alex Bowman win
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