Friday, August 14, 2009

Vick looking for second chance

Michael Vick expressed remorse for his dogfighting conviction during a press conference today, admitted he did some “horrific things,” and promised to “help more animals than he hurt” as a member of the Eagles. Listen to the press conference.

Protesters, supporters clash over Vick

Some tempers flared outside the Philadelphia Eagles’ NovaCare Complex this afternoon as supporters of the signing of convicted dogfighter Michael Vick met up with about 30 animal cruelty protesters. Go to the scene.

Thursday, August 13, 2009

Lewes seen as port of call

State tourism officials are considering a new way to attract resort visitors without increasing congestion on coastal roads -- small cruise ships that would make Lewes a port of call. Find out more.

Brand new year at Cape High

Starting next week, teachers at Cape Henlopen High School can enter their new, state of the art building and begin setting up their classrooms. See the new school.

Tuesday, August 11, 2009

Walgreen, state reach deal

Walgreen Co. has reached an agreement in principle with Delaware that would keep the pharmacy chain filling Medicaid prescriptions and maintain a cut in state payments needed to balance the state's current budget. Find out more.

Driver rescued near Wilmington

The driver of a converted ambulance truck went off the side of the road near

Wilmington tonight and was trapped temporarily. Go to the scene.

Purse stolen from girl

23-year-old Wilmington man lay in wait for a 3-year-old girl at a Wilmington

deli Monday morning before he snatched a change purse out of her hand and ran away. She had $2 in the purse. Watch the robbery caught on tape.

Monday, August 10, 2009

Storms' winds topple trees

Homes damaged in Sunday's severe thunderstorms included that of David Amado, music director of the Delaware Symphony Orchestra. Officials said no one was in the home on the 1000 block of Overbrook Road when the tree fell. No damage estimate was available. Go to the scene.

Crowd comes out for a dose of the blues

A crowd gathered in Tubman-Garrett Riverfront Park on Sunday for the final day of the annual Riverfront Blues Festival. See the crowd.

Volunteers can't save beached whale

A 22-foot whale that repeatedly beached itself at Cape Henlopen State Park was euthanized late Saturday after experts concluded it was too weak to

survive. Watch now.


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