Friday, September 25, 2009

Attorney General Biden back from Iraq today

About 100 soldiers with the Delaware Air National Guard's 261st Signal Brigade -- including state Attorney General Beau Biden -- returned today after a year in Iraq. Watch them return.

Thursday, September 24, 2009

SUV driver killed in Glasgow crash

A man about 30 years old was killed early today when his sport-utility

vehicle collided with a car in Glasgow and overturned. Go to the scene.

Capano plans to reopen landmark tavern

The landmark Columbus Inn on Pennsylvania Avenue in Wilmington, closed since 2007, has new owners and will reopen soon as a restaurant. Learn more.

Wednesday, September 23, 2009

Race traffic not a speedway in Dover

Not everybody who arrives early for race weekends at Dover International

Speedway is looking to beat the traffic or cop a choice RV parking spot. Check it out.

Biden thanks firms that support troops

Jill Biden delivered an emotional tribute to citizen soldiers and their

employers Thursday, telling those gathered for an award ceremony here, "I feel like we are family." Learn more.

Reeves to testify in trial of cop's death

Christopher Reeves, the man police say drove the car in the chase that led

to the shooting death of Georgetown Patrolman Chad Spicer, will be a witness against Derrick Powell, the man accused of pulling the trigger. Find out more.

Tuesday, September 22, 2009

Train station beefs up security

Amtrak riders at the Wilmington train station saw increased security this morning. Learn more.

Cats removed from home

The Delaware SPCA removed four cats Monday morning from a home which was condemned by the county as unfit for human habitation. Go to the scene.

Monday, September 21, 2009

Vintage vehicles a draw at Hagley

Automobiles have come a long way since the turn of the 20th century. Cars

like the 1902 Northern didn't have a steering wheel, doors to keep riders

inside or a windshield and wipers. See the nice wheels.

C-5 upgrade may not fly in Congress

A week ago Sunday, the pilot and crew of a new C-5M Super Galaxy, the

souped-up version of the giant cargo aircraft that has been whining over

Dover for more than 38 years, set out to see what the new plane could really

do. Find out more.


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