VIDEO EXCLUSIVE: Inside Nemours' new state-of-the-art emergency room
By Amy Cherry

Updated Monday, September 15, 2014 - 9:24pm

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WDEL VIDEO EXCLUSIVE: Check out the inside of Nemours A.I. duPont Hosptial's new emergency room.

The new emergency room at Nemours A.I. duPont Hospital for children doesn't officially open for another month, but WDEL's Amy Cherry got an exclusive sneak peek.

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Vibrant student artwork adorns the freshly painted walls of Nemours' new emergency room that's double the size, adding to the hospital's warm, patient and family-centered care.

"I'm really looking forward to, hopefully, reduce our wait times because we now have more room for these patients and families," said Sean Elwell, trauma program manager and interim manager of the emergency department.

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Sean Elwell, interim manager, says the ER inside the Level 1 Pediatric Trauma Center now has its very own CT machine and much larger trauma rooms.

"If we had a disaster situation that we needed to care for more patients or a large-scale traumatic incident, we could absolutely expand these rooms because of their size so that we could care for multiple patients at the same time," said Elwell.

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In addition to double the number of patient rooms, the emergency room has a brand new helipad, overlooking the healing garden. It also has an improved, more convenient ambulance entryway.

"They can walk directly into our trauma rooms, it's a straight shot. There's no twist and turns and no going down a long hallway to find a room," as had been the case in the past design, Elwell said.

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Crystal Dunnigan spent the last five years planning the expansion on Nemours' Family Advisory Council.

"It's amazing to see all the work that we did just come to life. I mean, it's one thing to see it on paper, it's one thing to talk to somebody about how it's going to look, but it's another for it to actually be. It's here, it's complete, it's exciting," said Dunnigan.

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The emergency room opens to patients Sunday, Oct. 12 at 8 a.m.



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Boy in wheelchair assault get bravery award
By Amy Cherry

Updated Monday, September 15, 2014 - 11:17pm

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VIDEO: WDEL's Amy Cherry reports with video from NBC 10.

A disabled boy, who was bullied and assaulted by two Newark area boys gets an award for his courage.

WDEL's Amy Cherry reports.

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Quan Mackey suffers from cerebral palsy. Last week, Quan's wheelchair was shoved into a storm grate and two boys made off with his keys.

Claudio Cerrulo, head of the "Teach Anti-Bullying" group in Delaware County says he was inspired by Quan's courage.

"Well, he stood up, and I mean he didn't cry about it, you know he stood tall. He was courageous, you don't see that in many victims. It just makes me so very teary-eyed that this young boy would have to go through that, and that people are cowardly that would do that somebody, especially with cerebral palsy, I'm just outraged by that," Cerrulo told NBC 10.

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Mackey got a medal and award and a signed jersey from his favorite Philly, Ryan Howard.

Police are still looking for the two boys who attacked Quan in his wheelchair.



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2 injured after bullets fly in Elsmere
By Amy Cherry

Updated Monday, September 15, 2014 - 10:48pm

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Two people are hurt in a shooting in Elsmere.

It happened on the 2100 block of Seneca Road not far from the Boys and Girls Club just before 2:30 p.m. Monday

County paramedics say two men suffered gunshot wounds. One of the men is in critical condition, the other is stable. Both were taken to Christiana Hospital.




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Parkey kicks Eagles to 30-27 win against Colts
By Associated Press

Eagles kicker Cody Parkey (1) kicks a 36-yard field goal to beat the Colts. (AP Photo/Michael Conroy)
Nick Foles threw a tying touchdown pass with 3:25 to go, and then set up Cody Parkey for the winning 36-yard field goal as time expired, lifting Philadelphia to a 30-27 win at Indianapolis on Monday night.

The Eagles (2-0) have won six straight road openers.

Indianapolis (0-2) has lost consecutive regular-season games for the first time since Andrew Luck and Chuck Pagano arrived in 2012.

The Colts led most of the night, including 27-20 late in the game. But Luck's late interception led to Foles' tying 6-yard TD pass to Jeremy Maclin, and after another three-and-out by the Colts, Foles drove the Eagles into position for the winning field goal.



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Newark City Council looks at noise law
By Tom Lehman

Updated Tuesday, September 16, 2014 - 2:31am

Newark council members held a workshop on Monday to discuss the city's noise ordinance, with some calling for the law to be modernized.

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The meeting, which primarily featured a presentation from Valentino De Rocili, a senior consultant with Complian Environmental, Inc., looked at measuring noise and its effects on the surrounding community.

Rocili suggested to council that if members were to update the noise law, creating a clearer definition of what constitutes noise disturbance should be a priority.

Among the restrictions already in the code is the prohibition of operating televisions, radios or speakers between 9:00 p.m. and the following 7:00 a.m. that can be "plainly audible across real property boundaries or through partitions common to two parties within a building."

Newark police primarily enforce the law against off-campus parties held by University of Delaware students, Chief Paul Tiernan said.

Councilwoman Marge Hadden, who has expressed significant interest in the issue and independently spent time measuring sound in the city, agreed with the consultant's suggestion.

"The fact that we don't have a good definition of what one is, we do need to fix that," she said.

Councilman Rob Gifford (District 3) said the law needs to better reflect things like industrial noise, without being too restrictive and making the city appear unfriendly.

"Obviously in Newark, it's parties and often the train. You can't do anything about about the train but you can do something about any kind of industrial or party or event situation," he said.

De Rocili noted for Newark to do a detailed study, it could take a year to collect enough data and cost between $30,000 and $50,000.

Gifford noted the issue of noise pollution drew plenty of attention because of the now defunct plan to construct a data center and 278-megawatt cogeneration power plant at the former Chrysler automobile plant site on UD's Science Technology and Advanced Research Campus.

Industrial noise, he said, is an issue that needs to be more clearly addressed in city code.

"We need to be prepared in the future. We were, I think, a little under-prepared. We have, of course, our ordinances but if you see an opportunity to make an improvement, you probably should, he said.




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2 indicted in Paladin Club murders
By Chris Carl

Christopher Rivers and Dominique Benson (L to R)
Two men implicated in last year's double-murder at the Paladin Club condos have been indicted.

Both Christopher Rivers and Dominique Benson face two counts of first-degree murder.

They're accused of murdering Joseph Connell and his wife Olga in a fatal shooting outside their Edgemoor home almost a year ago.

Police believe Rivers, who co-owned a Concord Pike auto repair shop with Connell, orchestrated the murders, hiring Benson to carry it out.




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Lawsuit in Delaware inmate's suicide moves forward
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A Delaware family's lawsuit is moving forward against two state Department of Correction officials in an inmate's suicide.

The 3rd U-S Circuit Court of Appeals ruled in a 2-1 decision on September 5th that the wife and children of Christopher Barkes can sue the former correction officials. Barkes committed suicide at Howard Young in November 2004. The lawsuit alleges corrections officials failed to properly screen inmates for mental health.

Widener University School of Law professor John Culhane says the courts will likely look at the specific conduct of the corrections officers. The U.S. Supreme Court has previously said you can't hold someone responsible simply because they are a supervisor.

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The lawsuit was filed against former Delaware Department of Correction Commissioner Stan Taylor and former warden Raphael Williams.

The Delaware Attorney General's Office is representing the defendants. says it is reviewing its options in the case, and declined further comment.



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16-year-old surrenders in Middletown shooting
By Ruth Bryna

Updated Monday, September 15, 2014 - 8:37pm

Middletown police say a 16-year-old boy has turned himself in to police in connection with two shooting incidents in Middletown earlier this month.

Police say an investigation determined the teen was the driver on September 5, when two teens were shot.

Police say the boy gave officers false statements about the identity of the shooter and his activity the night of the shootings. Police say he also conspired with others to delete records of texts and phone conversations identifying others in the shootings.

He's charged with making false statements, tampering with evidence, and conspiracy.

The teen was arraigned and committed on $2,000.00 secured bond.

The investigation is still ongoing and anyone having information is asked to contact Detective Ronald Davis at 376-9950 or 573-2800.



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Officials disclose Delaware funeral home remains
By Randall Chase, Associated Press

Updated Monday, September 15, 2014 - 4:37pm

The site of the former Minus Funeral Home, where the remains of Jonestown Massacre victims were found. (AP Photo)
State officials have released the names of more than two dozen people whose cremated remains were recently discovered inside an abandoned funeral home in Dover after unsuccessful efforts to locate surviving relatives.

Thirty-eight sets of remains, 31 of which were clearly labeled, were discovered last month. They included nine victims of the 1978 Peoples Temple mass suicide-murder in Jonestown, Guyana.

Authorities were able to contact the families of five of the deceased, including four Jonestown victims, shortly after they were discovered.

But officials said Monday that further efforts to contact family members of the deceased have been unsuccessful. The names released Monday included those of five other Jonestown victims.



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UPDATE: DEFAC downgrades revenue forecast
By Associated Press

Updated Monday, September 15, 2014 - 9:01pm

The panel that sets Delaware's official revenue projections has made minor downward revisions for the current and upcoming fiscal years.

The Delaware Economic and Financial Advisory Council on Monday shaved $4.2 million from its previous general fund estimate for this year. That does not take into account a net $59 million that was added to the panel's previous estimate after lawmakers took money from other revenue categories in late June to balance this year's budget.

A major factor in the panel's downward revision Monday is that state officials expect to reunite more seized abandoned property with its owners than previously thought.

Higher abandoned property refunds, coupled with lower expectations for gambling revenue, also factored in a $7.5 million cut in the revenue estimate for the fiscal year starting next July.





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Warrant seeks man wanted in Sunday bank robbery
By Ruth Bryna

Updated Monday, September 15, 2014 - 9:24pm

Troopers are looking for your help in finding the suspect who police say robbed a bank Sunday morning.

State police have an arrest warrant out for Michael Stevens, whose last known address is in the 700 block of Old Porter Road in Bear. Police say Stevens entered the TD Bank at 2035 Limestone Road Sunday and gave a female teller a note demanding money.

He was given the cash and fled. No weapon was displayed, and the victim wasn't hurt.

The warrant charges Stevens with 2nd degree robbery.

Police describe him as about 6'0," weighing 220 pounds, with blonde hair and hazel eyes.



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Milton man indicted in toddler's death
By Kelli Steele

Updated Monday, September 15, 2014 - 2:49pm

A Milton man will face charges in the death of his 3-month-old son.

A Sussex County Grand Jury indicted the child's father, Shamar Walker, on July 7, with one count of murder by abuse or neglect.

Walker has turned himself in to police and is now being held on $100,000 bail.

The Medical Examiner ruled Derek Julian Walker's death "murder," but would not release the cause of death.



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Police: Robber used hypodermic needle to threaten employee
By Ruth Bryna

City police say a shoplifting incident turned into a robbery at a CVS in the 1000 block of Delaware Avenue.

Officers say Manuel Lopez was taking items and concealing them on his body. When he was approached by an employee, he threatened them with a hypodermic needle, telling them he had a communicable disease. He then fled the store.

Police arrested Lopez in the 1300 block of West 4th Street. The property was recovered and returned to CVS.

Lopez is at the Young Correctional Center on more than $20,000 bail. He's charged with robbery and offensive touching.



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Pizza delivery driver robbed in Newark
By Mellany Armstrong

Newark police say a pizza delivery driver was robbed by three men wearing white masks.

Police say the driver completed a delivery early Saturday morning on Linden Street and was approached by the three men.

One of the men implied he had a knife and demanded the driver's cash. The driver handed over the money and the three men ran off. they were last seen southbound on Center Street running toward East Main Street.

The driver wasn't hurt. The first suspect is described as a man between 20 and 25 years old, 5'10" to 6'0" tall, 175 to 200 pounds, and he was wearing a red track-style jacket and white mask. The other two men are both described as 6'0" tall, 200 pounds, one wearing a black long sleeve shirt, the other wearing a white long sleeve shirt.







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Armed robbery at Spanish food mart in Dover
By Ruth Bryna

Updated Monday, September 15, 2014 - 8:37pm

Dover police are investigating the Sunday armed robbery of a Latin grocery store.

According to police, the Tienda Latina Spanish Food Mart on Townsend Boulevard was robbed at gunpoint around 1 p.m.

Police say a male suspect pointed a silver handgun at the clerk and demanded money, which he got. The robber then fled.

Anyone with information about this incident is asked to contact the Dover Police Department at 302-736-7111 or call the Delaware Crime Stoppers Tip Line at 1-800-Tip-3333.



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Primary Day complaints focus on SuxCo councilmember
By Mark Fowser

Updated Monday, September 15, 2014 - 5:16pm

Nearly a week after the Delaware primary, a member of Sussex County Council is the subject of a few complaints that he was getting a little to close for comfort to some of the polling places..

But Councilman Sam Wilson tells our sister station that he spoke with one voter after he had already voted and at one point ducked out of the rain at a polling place.

He also says he did not hand out any materials on behalf of any candidate...

"The people that called up and said I had literature, they had told the biggest story of the day! I didn't have one piece of literature. I had no buttons on my shirt. I had nothing...nothing. I was as empty-handed as you could get," he told our sister station Delaware 105.9.

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Reports say three people have raised the issue over Wilson's proximity to polling places with the state Department of Election






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Man cuts through roof to enter country club
By Associated Press

Updated Monday, September 15, 2014 - 6:26pm

Dover police says someone cut through the roof of a country club to break into it.

The burglary about 4:15 a.m. Sunday at the Maple Dale Country Club. Police say someone used tools to cut through the roof and got into the men's locker room.

Officers say the suspect tried to get into the pro shop, but could not. The suspect tried to leave through the doors of the locker room, but damaged the doors in the attempt, setting off burglar alarms.

Police say the suspect fled back through the roof.



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Man sought in home invasion of Del. woman, child
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Delaware State Police say an intruder choked a Magnolia woman during a home invasion before he may have been scared off when her 5-year-old daughter woke up.

Police say the 27-year-old woman was sleeping in the same bedroom as her daughter when she woke up to a man choking her around 1:30 a.m. Monday.

The woman fought the attacker, and the struggle woke up her 5-year-old.

Police say that may have scared off the attacker, who fled the home and hasn't been found.

The woman and her daughter ran to a nearby neighbor's home and called 911.

Police say the woman was slightly injured in the attack and was treated and released from a local hospital. The girl wasn't hurt.

Anyone with information is asked to call 302-741-2815.



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Free parking returns to Rehoboth Beach until next spring
By Mark Fowser

Visitors to Rehoboth Beach do not have to feed the parking meters until next spring.

Sunday was the final day of the season that change was required to park at the meters in the resort.

The Rehoboth meters will be back in use Memorial Day weekend next year.



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Smoke detectors recalled
By Associated Press

Updated Monday, September 15, 2014 - 4:50pm

More than one million Kidde smoke and carbon monoxide alarms are being recalled because a power outage could render them useless.

The Kidde combination smoke and carbon monoxide alarms include certain models manufactured between December of 2013 and May of this year.

The smoke detectors are hard-wired into your home's electric power.

Models affected include: Kidde i12010S with manufacture dates between December 18, 2013 and May 13, 2014, combination smoke/CO alarm model il2010SCO with manufacture dates between December 30, 2013 and May 13, 2014, and combination smoke/CO alarm model KN-COSM-IBA with manufacture date between October 22, 2013 and May 13, 2014.

For more information, you can call Kiddie toll-free at 844.553.9011 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday.



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Judge OKs auction for closed $2.4B Revel casino
By Associated Press

The Revel Casino will be auctioned. (Photo courtesy of NBC 10)
A bankruptcy court judge says she will approve an auction Sept. 24 for the closed $2.4 billion Revel Casino Hotel.

Judge Gloria M. Burns said Monday she will approve the auction after a $90 million cash bid from a Florida developer was made public last week.

An attorney for Glenn Straub says that parts of the building could reopen a couple of weeks after the sale. Burns also approved a $3 million breakup fee that Straub would be paid if the sale to him doesn't go through.

Straub told reporters that a casino will likely operate in the building at some point. His bid doesn't include a requirement that his company be licensed to run a casino.

Revel attorney John Cunningham says no other qualified bids had been received as of Monday morning.




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New Miss America: Red cup talent was from movie
By Associated Press

Miss New York Kira Kazantsev poses for photographers during a news conference after she was crowned Miss America 2015 during the Miss America 2015 pageant in Atlantic City, N.J. (AP Photo/Mel Evans)
The new Miss America won her crown after singing a Pharrell Williams song while playing with a red plastic cup, a performance she says was inspired by a similar scene in a move.

Miss America Kira Kazantsev said Sunday she was inspired by the 2012 movie "Pitch Perfect" in which Anna Kendrick's character auditions for an a capella group by performing rhythmically with a cup.

But she also says she did it to show future contestants they can win the Miss America pageant by performing whatever talent routine they like, regardless of what others think of it.

Kazantsev came under withering criticism on social media sites for her talent performance after winning the title.

She says she had the time of her life doing the cup routine.




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WDEL's High School Football Rankings - Week 3
By Sean Greene

William Penn stayed atop Division I with a win over Salesianum
Concord's decisive victory over Dover and St. Mark's edging of Sussex Tech helped shake up WDEL's High School Rankings for Week 3 of the season.

There were no changes in Division II after everyone held serve with wins, although some big games this week would create a shakeup there by Saturday morning.

WDEL HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL RANKINGS (As of September 15, 2014)

DIVISION I

1) William Penn (2-0, 1) - Marvell Watts' KO return KOd the Sals, the Colonials are a deserving number one. (At A.I. - Sat. 1:00pm)
2) Salesianum (1-1, 2) - Did nothing to think there won't be a fantastic William Penn vs. Salesianum II. (Host Conc - Sat. 7:30pm - WDEL)
3) Middletown (2-0, 4) - D handled CR's Wing-T brilliantly. Perhaps a questionable call from a shutout. (At Charter - Sat. 10:30am)
4) St. Mark's (1-1, -) - Spartans re-enter the rankings after edging Sussex Tech in a fantastic game. (At Sus. Cent. - Fri. 7:30pm)
5) Concord (1-1, -) - 41-14 win over previously No. 3 Dover opened some eyes. (At Sallies - Sat. 7:30pm - WDEL)

Others on our radar: Cape Henlopen (2-0), Dover (1-1), Newark (2-0), Sussex Central (1-1), Sussex Tech (1-1)

DIVISION II

1) Caravel (2-0, 1) - Made Delaware look great with win over solid Episcopal Academy (Pa.) program. (Host Arch. Curley (Md.) - Fri. 7:00pm)
2) St. Georges (2-0, 2) - Selby brothers have 7 TDs in two games. (Host Mt. Pleasant - Sat. 10:30am)
3) Hodgson (1-1, 3) - Bounced back from cramps with decisive win over Mount Pleasant. Huge exam looms. (At CR - Fri. 7:30pm)
4) Woodbridge (2-0, 4) - Late push over Poly kept the Blue Raiders unbeaten. Interesting matchup Friday. (Host Friends - Fri. 7:00pm)
5) DMA (2-0, 5) - 56-0 after two games. Will try to break Tower Hill's 12-game regular season winning streak Friday. (At Tower - Fri. 7:00pm)

Others on our radar: Archmere (1-1), Friends (2-0), Indian River (1-1), Lake Forest (2-0), Tower Hill (2-0)



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Blue Hens look to get healthier in bye week
By Don Voltz & Sean Greene

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VIDEO: Dave Brock's Weekly Press Conference

After a late comeback victory Saturday, the Blue Hens are welcoming a chance to get healthier during this week's bye week.

Delaware came out of Saturday's 28-25 victory over Colgate reasonably healthy, but Head Coach Dave Brock says some players will be taking the week off for pre-planned "procedures" to deal with pre-existing nicks.

One of those players is Jerel Harrison, whose sore ankle was going to lead to a week off anyway. Brock said Monday he would be surprised if Harrison isn't ready by the start of full preparation for JMU on Sunday, and certainly by Tuesday.

He also updated the health of defensive lineman Laith Wallschleger who has yet to play this season. Brock says the senior still needs to pass strength tests, but ultimately says Laith's comfort level with the knee will be the guide to when, or if, he returns to the field. He would not put a time table on a potential return.

Delaware is planning practices on Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday, before taking Saturday off. They will return Sunday for a practice which will begin the normal week of preparation for a game week.

Brock says they will focus on getting better in the three phases this week, but will also keep an eye to James Madison, where Delaware travels on September 27 to open conference play.



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