Our important stories from the previous week included reflection, controversy, rising up, inspiration, and breaking news.
With the arrival of 2020, a new yea and a new decade, WDEL's DJ McAneny spoke with the members of the news team as they broke down the stories that moved them over the previous year:
Celebrating Delaware's first African American Supreme Court justice, WDEL's Amy Cherry spoke to Tamika Montgomery-Reeves to bring us her inspiring story:
Tamika Montgomery-Reeves wanted to be a lawyer since she was in third grade.
WDEL's Sean Greene shows us how the caretakers at Nemours/AI duPont Hospital for Children put in the effort to make New Year's Eve extra special for its young charges
It might have happened 12 hours earlier than the rest of Delaware, but you can't blame these…
After making some social media comments using inflammatory and homophobic language, the New Castle GOP Chairman refused to apologize on the record to WDEL's Mark Fowser for the admitted mistake, but said he's considering stepping down.
The chair of the Republican Party in New Castle County speaks out on social media comments that have generated calls for his resignation.
Because breaking news doesn't take a holiday, neither does WDEL's Mike Phillips, who was out on the scene on New Year's Eve covering an episode of gun violence: