A health care worker quarantined in a New Jersey hospital after caring for Ebola patients in West Africa has now developed a fever. She’s the first traveler quarantined under a new Ebola watch. Now, New York and New Jersey officials have implemented new rules for people who come in contact with Ebola infected patients.
A Texas man died after being hit by a car in Delaware.
Delaware State Police are currently investigating an attempted robbery and assault of a Home Depot employee.
Christie said Thursday he’s concerned about the outbreak, but that authorities are working quickly to put precautions in place.
The Republican governor has made combatting drug addiction one of his signature issues as he weighs a run for president in 2016.
Casinos and racetracks in New Jersey will have to wait a bit longer for a judge’s ruling on the state’s efforts to allow legal sports gambling.
An Oklahoma woman died after getting out of her car on I-95 in Delaware and being struck by a car.
Two cars were involved and at least one person has been taken to Christiana Hospital with injuries described as “very serious.”
New Castle County Police are warning residents about a rash of tire slashings in Windy Hill.
The two fires occurred early on the morning of Sept. 20th in the 100 block of Victoria Court in Newark.
CBS 3 Eyewitness News found several students walking and talking on their cell phones at the same spots where the robberies occurred, even after the University of Delaware sent out emails to students warning them.
Investigators have surveillance photos of the suspect, and police describe him as a college-aged white male with dark, short hair. He was wearing maroon or red pants and dark sneakers with white laces. At the time, the suspect was not wearing a shirt.
As officers approached the juvenile, he threw a plastic bag on the ground. That bag contained 25 bags of heroin.
Twenty-eight-year-old Ashley Addison is facing charges of assault in the second degree and endangering the welfare of a child after the bizarre incident.
The mayors of New Jersey’s three largest cities are meeting in Newark to tackle crime and other problems by working together.