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DEWEY BEACH — The fatal shooting of a 21-year-old Milford man by a Dewey Beach police officer following a foot chase last Saturday morning has brought the use of body cameras into focus. … more
DEWEY BEACH — Authorities on Monday released the name of the 21-year-old Milford man who died after being shot by a police officer over the weekend, though no further case update was provided beyond that. more
DEWEY BEACH — An investigation into the deadly police shooting of a 21-year-old Milford man after he allegedly ran from police continued Sunday. Delaware State Police spokesman Senior Cpl. Jason Hatchell said he … more
DEWEY BEACH - A 21-year-old Milford man died after  being shot once in the upper torso by a pursuing Dewey Beach police officer early Saturday, authorities said. more
DOVER — From the beginning of the year until March 8, the number of fatal collisions on roads in Delaware totals 29, nearly twice the amount of the same time frame in 2021, which was 15, … more
DOVER — James Owens joined dozens of individuals who looked in disbelief at what was left of a building that caught fire early Wednesday morning on the northeast corner of West Loockerman and South New streets. more
CAMBRIDGE – The search for a suspect in the killing of Roderick Russ came to an end on Saturday. In the early morning hours of March 12, Ryshon Kelly, 23, of Cambridge was arrested in Dover, … more
NEW CASTLE — A 30-year-old New Castle woman has been charged with second-degree vehicular homicide and multiple other felonies after she allegedly committed two carjackings, was involved in multiple crashes — including one in which a pedestrian was killed — and kidnapped an individual Sunday. more
LEWES — The largest seizure of pre-packaged heroin in Delaware could be quantified in kilograms, bricks and logs. The number of firearms involved could be counted, and the $1.65 million … more
CLAYTON - Clayton Fire Co. Fire Chief John M. Pridemore died Tuesday from injuries suffered the day before while conducting station cleanup duties. more
Delaware has seen more than double the number of traffic deaths so far in 2022 than at this time last year, and state agencies are grappling with how to slow the surge. more
There’s no shortage of ideas on how to increase diversity among judges and attorneys in Delaware. Implementing programs to bolster student awareness of the field is one way to do so, according to Delaware Bar and Bench Diversity Project findings and recommendations released last week. more
DOVER — After consulting each other, Delaware Department of Justice and Office of Defense Services officials found themselves on the same side for once. Pay raises are a necessity to become more competitive in finding and retaining attorneys to prosecute and defend those in the legal system, they contend. more
GEORGETOWN — Five defendants are facing a total of 91 felony charges after illegally buying more than 60 firearms and transferring them to others, Delaware Attorney General Kathy Jennings … more
LAUREL — Friday was moving day for yet another family displaced by the Jan. 27 Rigbie apartment fire. Two weeks after the blaze destroyed the century-old multistory, multiunit apartment complex in downtown Laurel — leaving 15 families homeless — all but four of them are residing in permanent or temporary housing through efforts spurred by the Good Ole Boy Foundation. more
MAGNOLIA — Angel Toran, 22, and her fiance, Ny’Jier Murphy, 24, both of Magnolia, were arrested Thursday for murder by abuse or neglect and related charges in connection to the death of their infant, authorities said. more
CAMBRIDGE, Md. — A man from Millsboro, Delaware, was charged with kidnapping, assault and related offenses after his alleged victim told employees of a bank that she was being held against her will. more
LITTLE CREEK — A little less than 24 hours after a residential fire left two dead and three critically injured, neighbors were still reeling Monday. more
LITTLE CREEK — Three adults and one child were in critical condition Sunday evening following a residential fire on Main Street. Around 6:30 p.m. Sunday, Assistant State Fire Marshal Michael … more
LAUREL — From ashes and ruin has risen a chance for a brighter future. Efforts continue to get a dozen families — more than 50 children and adults who lost essentially everything they own in a Jan. 27 apartment fire in Laurel — back on their feet via a massive crusade spurred by the Good Ole Boy Foundation and its vast network. more
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