Our important stories from the previous week included fighting back for firefighters, an area hero being memorialized, inspiration out of Chicago with ties to Townsend, a lawsuit over religious freedoms, and a big win for WDEL.
Amy Cherry brings us a series focused on firefighters battling serious illnesses in the wake of revelations protective compounds used in their work might have been toxic over time:
The life of PFC Samuel Lawrence Crawford, a Wilmington native, was memorialized in a new POW/MIA monument, and Mark Fowser brings us his story:
A lasting tribute honors the life and the service of a Korean War soldier from Delaware, reported as Missing in Action in 1950.
Michael Davis, out of Townsend, tells Sean Greene what it was like running the Chicago Marathon in spite of complications from Cystic Fibrosis:
More than 45,000 runners completed last Sunday’s Chicago Marathon, but none of them were qui…
A Delaware youth detention center employee announced a lawsuit against her employer for not allowing her to clock in while wearing her hijab at work. Coverage by DJ McAneny and Amy Cherry:
Every day at 11 p.m., Madinah Brown said she shows up to work at the New Castle County Deten…
Sean Greene fills us in on WDEL's Mike Phillips bringing home the national Edward R. Murrow award for breaking news coverage: