Friday, August 28, 2009

Vick's debut as Eagle stokes emotions

After two weeks of impassioned debate over whether he should be a

Philadelphia Eagle, or in the NFL at all, Michael Vick played in his first

game. Check it out.

Drunk driver causes crash

A New Castle man was arrested Thursday after he allegedly rear-ended a car on U.S.13 and tried to flee. Go to the scene.

Air National Guard breaks ground

The Delaware Air National Guard broke ground Thursday on a $3.2 million
building that will house the 166th Network Warfare Squadron, a unit
dedicated to the security of the vast digital information systems that keep
everything in America running -- from traffic lights to satellites.
Learn more.

Thursday, August 27, 2009

UD band prepares for season

The Fighting Blue Hen Marching Band practice in preparation for this

upcoming season. Watch the practice.

Freshmen move in at DSU

Classes are scheduled to begin Monday, and Wednesday was the first day that

first-year students were allowed to move into their college digs. See more.

Steamy lives of Brandywine Zoo

The Brandywine Zoo threw a spotlight on animal facts of life Wednesday

evening for its "Summer Lovin' " program, a periodic, light-hearted peek

into the steamy jungle world of reproduction. Check it out.

Wednesday, August 26, 2009

Deaths of couple ruled murder-suicide

The deaths Monday of a Marshallton couple were ruled a murder-suicide by the state Medical Examiner's Office. Find out more.

Man struck in Wilmington is in stable condition

A 58-year-old man is in stable condition after being hit by a car this

morning in Wilmington, apparently the result of a driver running a red

light. Go to the scene.

Governor and others cycle to work

Governor Jack Markell and Congressman Mike Castle joined Astra Zeneca employee in a bike ride through Fairfax. Watch them bike.

Tuesday, August 25, 2009

Steelworker sent to hospital after fire

A blaze from a one-alarm fire at a Claymont steel company sent an employee to the hospital Monday after he suffered smoke inhalation. The man, a worker at Evraz Claymont Steel Company, was taken to Crozer-Chester Medical Center in Upland, Pa. Learn more.

Three teens injured in Wilmington shooting

In a brief statement released this morning, Wilmington police said they were called to the 200 block of W. 27th St. at about 12:30 a.m. and found three

teenage boys struck by gunfire. Go to the scene.

Casinos continue building betting parlors

Delaware's three casinos called Monday's court decision to bar single-game bets in Delaware disappointing but said they would continue building betting parlors because they plan to offer some kind of sports betting in September. Find out more.

Monday, August 24, 2009

Circus comes to Newark

The Cole Brothers Circus set up its big top in Newark this weekend. The circus is celebrating its 125th year. See the show.

Miss Hispanic Delaware crowned

Jennnifer Lee Figueroa became the new Miss Hispanic Delaware this weekend. The pageant was held at the Grand in Wilmington. See more.

Court kills single-game bets

Attorney Kenneth J. Nachbar, representing the NFL and other sports leagues, talks about a U.S. Circuit Court's ruling against single-game sports betting in Delaware. Hear his reactions.


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