Our important stories from the previous week included a localized data breach, and lots of holiday-themed news from around the region.
Have you visited a Wawa location at all, in any state, between March of 2019 and December? Well, the company's announced you should keep a close eye on your credit card statements. WDEL's DJ McAneny has more:
Wawa announced Thursday it had discovered malware in its payment processing servers in mid-D…
Santa's reindeer are still resting up before their big night out, so the jolly old elf caught a stylish ride to make a pre-Christmas New Castle appearance. from WDEL's Mike Phillips:
With the reindeer resting prior to the big day next week, Santa paid a visit to students at …
WDEL's Mark Fowser shows us everyone deserves a family to surround them during the holidays--even our four-legged loves:
A shelter dog or cat would welcome a getaway over the holidays - perhaps at your home.
An inspiring story from WDEL's Amy Cherry brings us the story of a cheerleader who wasn't sure she'd ever have use of her legs again, and who is now walking just in time for Christmas:
All a local teen wanted was to be able to walk again for Christmas.
Following some missteps last year, the controversial Hummers Parade will be hitting the pavement again in 2020. WDEL's Sean Greene brings us coverage of the new guidelines: