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There’s good news for motorists who have been fighting traffic tie-ups between Little Heaven and Milford since November 2015.


The Delaware Lottery is reminding everyone to “gift responsibly” this holiday season.

Courtesy of the Delaware State Police

The incident that forced holiday shoppers to evacuate Christiana Mall Friday night did not involve a shooting, according to Delaware State Police.

Courtesy of the Delaware State Police

Holiday shoppers were forced to evacuate Christiana Mall Friday night.

Delaware State Police says it received reports of shots fired at the mall shortly before 9 p.m.

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AAA Mid-Atlantic is forecasting another busy holiday for travel in the First State.

The automotive insurance agency is expecting holiday travel trends to continue in Delaware as gas prices remain low and the economy continues to grow.

Courtesy of the City of Wilmington

City of Wilmington and Red Clay Consolidated School District officials have installed a bust and wall display at Warner Elementary School recognizing Fred Johnson.

Sophia Schmidt, Delaware Public Media

An organization working to end homelessness for families with children has a new shelter in northern New Castle County.


Courtesy of NOAA

Heavy rains and winds are expected throughout the First State Thursday evening.


The National Weather Service predicts about two inches of rain in Delaware overnight creating the potential for flooding of small rivers and streams.

Sophia Schmidt, Delaware Public Media

Two more former Wilmington Trust executives have been sentenced to prison time in a case involving federal fraud.

Former Chief Credit Officer William North was sentenced to 4.5 years in prison and a $100,000 fine Wednesday. The bank’s former Controller Kevyn Rakowski received three years and no fine.

It will be more expensive to use the Delaware Memorial Bridge starting next spring.