Our important stories from the previous week included a neighborhood exhausted by new traffic patterns, Delaware's place in global positioning, an appearance in Wilmington by a legendary animator, an exonerated death row inmate sharing his story, and a stolen $1,000 jacket. 

Edwina Richards used to have a nice, quiet existence. Now she spends her time outside shouting at the trucks rumbling down her street by the Port of Wilmington. Amy Cherry tells us her story:  

Where does Delaware standing in the global politics picture? Mike Phillips investigates: 

The man who played a hand in famous cartoons like Scooby Doo, Rugrats, Smurfs, and more swung though Wilmington with his art show, and Mark Fowser had a chance to catch up with him: 

Sean Greene tells us the story of Anthony Ray Hinton, who spend 30 years in an Alabama prison thinking he was going to be put to death for a crime he didn't commit. He shared his story of eventual exoneration in Wilmington: 

A $1,000 jacket was stolen off a front stoop. With the use of social media, the victim helped arrange a buy with police when he later found it being sold online. DJ McAneny has more: