The popularity of driving onto Delaware's beaches showed itself yet again, as DNREC sold out of its 17,000 Delaware Surf-Fishing Permits on Wednesday, the fastest in state history.
There's still no timeline on when Delaware will begin its next phase of vaccinations, Phase 1c, which expands vaccinations to a new group of essential workers as well as Delawareans ages 16 to 64 with high-risk health conditions.
President Joe Biden has agreed to a compromise with moderate Democrats to narrow the income eligibility for the next round of $1,400 stimulus checks that are included in a bill the Senate is expected to take up this week, a Democratic source told CNN Wednesday.
Pennsylvania State Police said a 32-year old woman died following a single vehicle crash on Tuesday morning, March 2, 2021, on northbound I-95 just north of the Delaware state line.
Ever been driving down the road following a snow storm and a sheet of ice comes flying off the car in front of you, straight for your windshield? New legislation from Delaware Senate Majority Leader Sen. Bryan Townsend looks to address such dangers.
The Delaware State Fire Marshal's Office said two house fires in the past ten days have both been caused by discarded fireplace ashes.
Gas prices in Delaware and across the region have been slowly on the rise over the past several weeks.
Delaware's House and Senate legislators will continue working in a virtual format when sessions resume next week.
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What used to take days now takes weeks to come by mail, delaying life-saving medications, passports for travel, birthday cards, and bills and their subsequent payments, affecting thousands of Delawareans.
CarePortMD has launched a mobile vaccination clinic designed to help bring the COVID-19 vaccine to underserved communities in Delaware.
Delaware health officials remain focused on their priority for equitable COVID-19 vaccine distribution and outlined ways of achieving that goal at Tuesday's weekly COVID-19 news conference.
Philadelphia will again loosen its coronavirus restrictions to allow for more capacity at indoor and outdoor events including sports games.
Five-time Delaware high school football champion David Hearn announced this week that he is stepping down as Athletic Director and teacher at Delmar High School.
Wesley College learned its final New Jersey Athletic Conference football schedule on Friday in the wake of the announcement the athletic program will not continue next fall.
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In her interview with Oprah, Meghan Markle is accusing her husband's family of spreading lies about her and Prince Harry. Elizabeth Palmer reports.
Prince Harry and Meghan are speaking in their first interview since they quit royal duties.
The Senate is beginning a marathon debate on President Biden's $1.9 trillion relief plan. Democrats are trying to get it over the finish line, but Republicans aren't making it easy. Nikole Killion has the latest.
In a CBS News exclusive interview, Norah O'Donnell speaks with Charlotte Bennett, a former aide to New York Governor Andrew Cuomo who alleges he asked her inappropriate questions about her sex life and being a survivor of sexual assault.