Police are continuing to investigate after shots were fired at an undercover police vehicle Monday afternoon.
Delaware State Police say two men are dead following an accident near Wilmington Saturday afternoon.
A discarded box spring more than likely saved the life of a toddler who fell out a third story window in Delaware Tuesday evening.
Wilmington Chicken Thief Arrested After Hiding Birds At Daycare, Then Stabbing Employee Who Confronted Him
Police in Delaware say they’ve arrested a poultry-loving thief after he stabbed an employee at the daycare where he was stashing the birds.
Charles Riley, a 39-year-old whose last known address is on the 1200 block of North Tatnall Street in Wilmington, is wanted for five separate incidents that occurred in the area of Wellington Woods and Sparrow Run in June.
Repairs to the Interstate 495 bridge in New Castle County are moving along, though there’s no indication the span across the Christina River will open any sooner than expected.
Authorities evacuated three administrative buildings at the Wilmington Veterans Affairs Medical Center in Delaware after a bomb threat on the grounds.
Federal officials, in a letter to DelDOT, say the bridge appears to be well maintained and inspected and the state couldn’t have predicted all that dirt would cause the bridge to tilt.
Authorities have identified the male victim of Monday night’s house fire and building collapse in Wilmington, Delaware.
Investigators spent Tuesday sifting through rubble on Bird Street in Wilmington looking for the cause of a fire and building collapse that killed one person and send two others to the hospital.
The fire was reported shortly before 11 p.m. in the 400 block of Maryland Avenue.
Progress is being made at the bridge site with crews working around the clock on 12-hour shifts. New equipment arrived on site Friday, and DelDOT says crews have hit the ground running.
Officials in Delaware are still monitoring the I-495 bridge over the Christina River. They closed it last week because of support columns that shifted, causing safety concerns.
Delaware US Senator Chris Coons touring the site around the I-495 bridge, says $2-million in initial emergency federal funds have been made available.
Eyewitness News reporter Jan Carabeo was able to speak with the engineering consulting company that tipped DelDOT off to this problem in the first place.