Our important stories from the previous week included a stuffed bus, Delaware's top young athletes looking to the future, 100 years of service, a lawsuit in the death of a child, and new details on the final moments of a Wilmington woman found dead.
The annual Stuff the Bus event, hoping to collect 20 pounds of donations for the Food Bank of Delaware, made it's stop at the Concord Pike ShopRite, and WDEL's Mark Fowser was there:
20 tons - that's the goal of Dart First State's Stuff the Bus week-long food drive to benefit the Food Bank of Delaware. There's one more day to help.
It was National Signing Day last week, and Sean Greene hopped all around the state to check in and see where Delaware's top young athletes were looking to continue their educational and athletic pursuits:
Athletes from several sports throughout Delaware are signing National Letters of Intent toda…
Mike Phillips brings us coverage of a local fire department celebrating its centennial and looks back at 100 years of service:
The Cranston Heights Fire Company is celebrating its centennial this weekend.
After the death of a 9-year-old girl along I-95, Amy Cherry looks at the intricacies of a family looking for answers, and justice, following the death of their little girl--and the jurisdictions to which they must now turn:
A fatal crash in late September on Interstate 95 that left a young Newark girl and a Middlet…
Police have released further details regarding how a Wilmington woman died months after her body was found in the Brandywine Creek, and officially announce they're moving forward with a homicide investigation after her death was ruled due to a combination of blunt force trauma and drowning. WDEL's DJ McAneny has more:
Delaware State Police Thursday announced officially the cause of death for a Wilmington woma…