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Delaware is no longer accessible by commercial airlines

Wilmington - Anyone who wants to get to and from Delaware by airplane will no longer be able to count on a commercial airline to get there.

Beau Biden, son of vice president Joseph Biden, dies at 46

Washington - Former Delaware Attorney General Joseph "Beau" Biden III, son of the vice president of the United States, died of brain cancer on Saturday, the White House said.

Delaware cop charged with kicking suspect in face; video released

Dover - Delaware police released dashboard camera footage of an incident in 2013 that shows an officer allegedly kicking a black man in the face, knocking him out and breaking his jaw.

$350,000 of human skin grafts stolen from Philly hospital

Wallingford - A Delaware County resident was arrested for allegedly stealing over $350,000 worth of human skin from a Philadelphia hospital over the course of the last few years.

Heroin use on the rise in Delaware due to cheap prices

Heroin use is multiplying in Delware because it's cheap, pure enough to snort and easy to find in the area, plus the cost of prescription drugs has recently tripled.

Interview with country singer Beth Cayhall Special

On July 9, country music newcomer Beth Cayhall chatted in-person with me about her new single, album and “Just Love” campaign.

Op-Ed: The Same Sex Marriage Debate in New Jersey

The Same Sex Marriage debate from the view of a native New Jersian who's just a little embarrassed by their lack of progression. What does the future hold for New Jersey and the gay marriage debate?

Delaware mother arrested for having sex with her dog

An animal abuse complaint leads Delaware State Police to find photographs of the 24-year-old, Milford woman engaged in sexual intercourse with her canine.

Remains of some 9/11 victims burned, thrown in landfills

A government report revealed partial remains of some 9/11 victims were burned and then dumped in landfills at the Dover Air Force Base mortuary in Delaware.

Delaware becomes 16th state to pass medical marijuana law

Wilmington - Delaware Governor Jack Markell has signed into law a medical marijuana bill, which will go into effect July 1, that will allow for the use of medical grade marijuana by chronically ill patients with the approval and supervision of their physician.

Burglar calls 911 for help

What was meant to be a burglary and victims dialing 911 for help, turned out to be the actual burglar calling for help after being too drunk to leave the house.

Christine O'Donnell campaign ad parodied on NBC's 'SNL'

Delaware Tea Party candidate Christine O'Donnell was targeted on NBC's 'Saturday Night Live' last night for her campaign advertisement explaining her status as not being a witch.

Op-Ed: The big buzz around Tea Party favorite Christine O'Donnell

Since the rise of Tea Party favorite Christine O'Donnell of Delaware the press, media and bloggers seem like they can't get enough of her. Is the hype going too far?

O'Donnell says no witchcraft since high school

Tea Party activist Christine O'Donnell, running in Delaware for U.S. Senate as a Republican candidate, says she was not serious about practicing witchcraft in high school.

Op-Ed: The Palin effect - Is Republican establishment running scared?

As Sarah Palin took Karl Rove and Washington insider republicans to task on the Factor, one thing became increasingly apparent; this caribou shooting, hockey mom is not afraid of a fight.

Delaware man charged with faking his way into Harvard

Adam Wheeler was charged today with 20 counts of various charges, including identity fraud and larceny. He is accused of using fake records and documents to gain admission into Harvard University.

Beau Biden will not run for father's Senate seat

US Vice President Joe Biden's son, Beau Biden, announced Monday that he would not be running to fill his father's seat in the United States Senate

Delaware pediatrician charged with molesting children

A Delaware pediatrician has been hit with several charges of child molestation. Delaware Attorney-General Joseph Biden III urges people to come forward and says there may be more victims.

Delaware first-grader allowed back to school

Zachary Christie, a six year-old student, was facing a hefty punishment for bringing his favorite camping utensil to school. The school reacted by considering sending him to an alternative school for his punishment.

NCAA Raises Stakes on Sports Betting Suit Special

In response to a federal lawsuit filed to allow sports betting in New Jersey, the National Collegiate Athletic Association is increasing the stakes by threatening to ban college tournaments and championships in states that allow wagering.

Delaware Teen Says Sorry for Attempted Murder

Teen arrested in the shooting of two students at Delaware State University tells reporters, "I'm sorry". The college freshman was brought to court on charges of attempted murder on two fellow classmates.

Delaware School Bus Driver Found Killed

On Wednesday morning, a female driver was found dead in her bus. Reports say she was stabbed. She was 31 years old.

All Delaware executions put on hold

A federal judge has granted class action status to a lawsuit charging the state's lethal injection method is unconstitutionally cruel and unusual punishment.

Fire Destroys Historic House Dating From 1690's

A house dating from 1690 has been heavily damaged by fire.

Fugitive killed by Parole Officers Outside Motel

The fugitive tried to run parole officers over as they approached his truck outside of a motel.

Ice Chunk Crashes Through Home

A Philadelphia family narrowly avoided injury after a chunk of ice came crashing through their home Wednesday evening.

Exhibitionist ordered to wear "sex offender" T-shirt

A U.S. man was ordered to wear a T-shirt with the words "I am a registered sex offender" in bold letter in Delaware because he twice exposed himself to a 10-year-old girl at his workplace, a prosecutor said on Monday.

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Christine O'Donnell winning her nomination as the Republican Party nominee in Delaware's 2010 U.S. Senate special election
Some of the delegates talk shop at SAJADS 2013.
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