Friday, May 22, 2009

Bad gas?

A half dozen drivers became stranded at a Citgo gas station near New Castle after apparently filling up on bad gas. Hear from motorists who waited for hours for a tow truck.

New casino bets on Emeril

We take you inside celebrity chef Emeril Lagasse's newest restaurant inside the Sands Casino Resort in Bethlehem, Pa. This is Lagasse's first restaurant in the Northeast.

Holiday weekend begins

The unofficial start to summer is here, and that means millions of Americans are traveling this Memorial Day weekend. AAA Mid-Atlantic estimates travel among Delawareans is up 4% compared with last year. We caught up with travelers and talked with a AAA spokesperson.

Phanatic about reading

Students at Christ the Teacher Catholic School in Glasgow welcomed the Phillie Phanatic today. The Phanatic is visiting schools as part of a literacy program. Watch the kids' reactions.

Thursday, May 21, 2009

Jumpstarting summer

We found folks getting a jump start on the Memorial Day weekend in Rehoboth Beach. Get a glimpse of the sun and sand what we have to look forward come summertime.

Drug raid nets 2 arrests

Two men face felony drug charges after State Police raided a home in Glasgow, Wednesday. Watch the arrest and listen to the chain of events.

Wednesday, May 20, 2009

Barclaycard opens center in Ogletown

At a time when bank companies are swinging the ax, one Delaware bank has boosted jobs. Barclaycard and state leaders celebrated the opening of its new customer care center today in Ogletown. Watch the company's newest employees start their new job.

State puts vehicles up for auction

Delaware has a deal on used cars. The state is auctioning a fleet of vehicles in an effort to save money. Prospective buyers checked out the vehicles yesterday at the Stockley Center Georgetown. The auction is online only and ends Thursday at 7 p.m. A second auction begins Saturday

Tuesday, May 19, 2009

Naitonal EMS Memorial Ride

Bike riders from all over the country are participating in the National EMS Memorial Ride this week. The ride is in memory of EMS workers killed in the line of duty. More than 150 cyclists gathered in Georgetown Monday evening to remember Stephanie Calloway and Michelle Smith who were both killed in the line of duty.

National EMS Memorial Ride

The National EMS Memorial Ride has cylcists from all over the country participating. The bike routes started as far north as New York and as far south as Kentucky. The ride was established to pay tribute to EMS workers who have lost their lives in the line of duty. Last night cyclists gathered in Georgetown to remember two EMS workers killed. The riders will meet in Roanoke, Virginia Friday for a special memorial service.

Monday, May 18, 2009

Residents describe explosion

Hear from area residents as they describe last night's explosion at the Sunoco Oil Refinery in Claymont. The blast was heard shortly after 10 p.m. The refinery straddles Pennsylvania and Delaware state lines. No one was injured.

Newark Memorial Day Parade

Watch as the young and old participate in this year's Newark Memorial Day Parade. The 74th annual celebration is traditionally held one week before Memorial Day weekend.

Crash victim identified as Milton mother

Police say the woman who died in Friday night's single-vehicle crash near Odessa was the mother of the three children she was traveling with. Cristina Almodovar, 30 of Milton lost control of the SUV she was driving on Del. 1when it overturned several times. Almodovar died at Christiana Hospital. Three of Almodovar's children were in the SUV, one was seriously injured, two others suffered minor injuries.


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