Delaware Board Of Education Green-Lights Return Of Fall SportsWith the 4-3 vote in favor of the plan, high schools in the state can begin fall season sports on Sept. 28.
Delaware State Police Searching For Suspects Who Threw Raw Eggs At Children, Adults Attending Republican Rally In WilmingtonPolice say the victims were standing by a wall when the three suspects threw eggs from a passing vehicle.
Phiadelphia-Area Health Officials Prepare As Federal Government Outlines Sweeping Plan To Provide Free COVID-19 VaccinesThe documents give local health departments 30 days to submit plans for receiving and distributing a COVID-19 vaccine. So by Oct. 16, the feds want all the logistics in place.
Transgender Activist Sarah McBride 'Ready To Work My Heart Out' After Winning Delaware State Senate PrimarySarah McBride's win puts her on track to be the nation's highest-ranking openly transgender elected official.
Transgender Activist Sarah McBride Wins Delaware State Senate PrimaryTransgender activist Sarah McBride won a Democratic state Senate primary in Delaware on Tuesday and is poised to make history as the first transgender person elected to the state's General Assembly.
Delaware Gov. John Carney, Sen. Chris Coons Fend Off Challengers In Primary ElectionThe vote count is underway in Delaware's primary election.
Delaware Officials Reverse Course, Vote To Allow Fall SportsThe plan still needs to be approved by the state Board of Education when it convenes Sept. 17.
Police: Thieves Steal At Least $50,000 Worth Of Checks From Mail In NewarkThe victims say their checks were dropped off in various mailboxes around Newark.
Delaware Health Officials Concerned Bridgeville Concert May Have Been 'Super-Spreader' For COVID-19Health officials are urging people who attended the concert to get tested for the coronavirus.
Sixers Launch 'Vote 76' Initiative, Website Encouraging Fans To Vote This NovemberSixers guard Matisse Thybulle encouraged people to vote in November as part of the team's new Vote 76 initiative.
Applications Set To Open For Delaware COVID-19 Relief FundThe Division of Small Business will begin accepting applications online starting Tuesday morning at 10 a.m.
Suspect In Road Rage Stabbing In Delaware Faces Felonies, State Police SayDelaware State Police identified the suspect as Eric Bailey, 45, of Laurel.
Many Americans Plan To Spend Labor Day Weekend Working, Survey FindsA long weekend is on the horizon, but it turns out many Americans plan to labor this Labor Day.
In Wilmington, Joe Biden Slams President Trump Over Alleged Comments Mocking US War DeadSpeaking in Wilmington, Biden delivered an impassioned reaction to a report that President Trump allegedly mocked American war dead.
US Adds 1.4 Million Jobs In August, But Is Still Down 11.5 Million Jobs Since COVID HitThe unemployment rate fell to 8.4%.