Friday, April 17, 2009

Byrne to speak in Dewey

2007 Nobel Peace Prize recipient, John Byrne will be a guest presenter Saturday at the Baycenter in Dewey Beach as part of the 2nd Annual Renewable Energy Fair. We caught up with Byrne this week, listen to what he had to say.

Christina watershed cleanup

Volunteers are needed for tomorrow's Christina River Watershed Cleanup. This is the 18th annual cleanup. It will begin at 8 a.m. at ten sites in northern New Castle County along the Christina River. Visit for more information.

Thursday, April 16, 2009

Multi-vehicle crash snarls traffic

A five vehicle pile-up today in Wilmington Manor snarled traffic for more than an hour on U.S. 13. The crash happened in the northbound lanes around 9 a.m. Watch emergency crews on the scene. Police say a tractor-trailer rear-ended a car sending it underneath a pickup truck causing a chain of crashes.

Man falls from roof

A man who fell from a ladder on top of a roof today in Wilmington suffered only minor injuries. Investigators say the man was climbing the ladder from a single-story rooftop to a second story when he fell. Watch firefighters rescue the man from the rooftop.

Victims honored

An annual vigil honoring victims of crime was held Wednesday night in Dover. Watch part of the vigil and see the more than 100 people who came out to support survivors and remember lives lost.

CNN's Cooper speaks at UD

Watch CNN's Anderson Cooper speak to full house at the University of Delaware Wednesday night. Cooper was the first guest in the new "UD Speaks" series.

Wednesday, April 15, 2009

Tax day here, but don't panic

Today is the last day to file your taxes unless you file for an extension. This year, the IRS is apparently kinder, taking into consideration the number of Americans without a job. The agency is offering to waive late penalties and negotiate new payment plans. Hear from a tax preparer who is on deadline.

Tuesday, April 14, 2009

Fans react to Kalas' death

Hear Delaware fans' reaction to the death of longtime Phillies announcer, Harry Kalas.

House fire

Firefighters from eight different companies battled a blaze last night in the community of Dartmouth Woods in Brandywine Hundred. Watch firefighters on the scene.

Monday, April 13, 2009

2 arrested in graffiti vandalism

State Police arrested two men Sunday night in connection with graffiti spray painted below the Kirkwood Highway overpass near Greenbank Road in Marshallton. Police say they caught the two men in the act and arrested them after they tried to run away. Watch troopers on the scene where graffiti now blankets a stretch of concrete.

Fire causes $1million in damages

An early morning blaze at a Sussex County hotel left behind at least $1 million in damages. Watch firefighters battle the blaze at the Hampton Inn in Milford. The hotel was under construction at the time.


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