Friday, September 11, 2009

Boutique burglar captured on video

Newark police are asking for the public’s help in identifying a man who broke into a boutique last week and fled with apparel worth more than $18,000. Watch the footage.

Food Bank honors police officers

As part of a national Day of Service and Remembrance for the September 11 tragedy, the Food Bank of Delaware served lunch to state troopers today. Go there.

Thursday, September 10, 2009

Sports betting begins today

Delaware casinos raced to get existing space retrofitted in time for the big

day -- today's start of sports betting. Check it out.

Hospital employees ready for flu season

One by one, nurses, doctors, housekeepers and janitors filed into Alfred I. duPont Hospital for Children before sunrise Wednesday to test their

colleagues' ability to react to an outbreak of swine flu. Find out more.

Wednesday, September 9, 2009

Man takes plea minutes before trial

Moments before attorneys were set to give opening arguments in a

first-degree murder case, defendant Anthony Butler abruptly agreed to plead

guilty to lesser charges. Learn more.

Faulty pipe blamed for Sunoco blast

A chemical leak caused by corrosion in a 40-year-old steel pipe was to blame

for a May explosion and fire at a Claymont oil refinery. Find out more.

Casinos to offer parlay bets

Delaware's racetrack casinos will offer types of parlay bets on NFL games

starting Thursday, the opening day of the season. Learn more.

Tuesday, September 8, 2009

Officer will be laid to rest today

Georgetown Police Officer Chad Spicer's final journey will begin this

morning at a modern megachurch and wind through the town he loved. Find out more.

Bethany sheds a tear for summer

Summer 2009 went out in style Monday as residents and visitors packed this

resort town's boardwalk to lay the season to rest, complete with jazz bands, wailing mourners and a casket bearing the remains of the dearly departed. Check it out.

Cops looking for homicide suspect

Police are looking for a man in his late teens to mid-20s who shot and

killed a city man Saturday night in the area of Fourth and Franklin streets. Go to the scene.


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