Our important stories from the previous week included coats for kids, thousands of ladybugs, a correctional cook-off, sentencing for an alleged serial rapist convicted in one trial so far, and the naming of a training facility after a CO murdered in the line of duty.
It's the season of giving, and Mark Fowser bringing us the story about keeping vulnerable children warm during the winter months made us feel fuzzy inside:
"It is a blessing," says the Principal of Thomas Edison Charter School, where hundreds of students received new coats free of charge Tuesday thanks to Operation Warm and the local community.
Sean Greene shows us what 10,000 ladybugs looks like inside Wilmington's first indoor farm:
Ladybugs are the official bug of Delaware, and they just happen to help fight pests in garde…
Prisoners at the James T. Vaughn Correctional Center were putting together some outstanding baked goods to pit against an area chef, and Mike Phillips tells us the winner of the bake-off was surprising:
A competitive bake off between inmates and a celebrity chef was held on Thursday, November 2…
Clay Conaway, a former UD pitcher indicted in a half-dozen separate rape cases, was convicted and, this past week, sentenced to 15 years--a sentence suspended after serving five of them--in the final phase of six trials he will face. DJ McAneny brings us the update:
A former University of Delaware pitcher convicted of fourth-degree rape in the first of six …
The Department of Correction officially named its training facility after a correctional officer killed during a prison riot in 2017. Mark Fowser has more:
Delaware Correctional Officer Lieutenant Steven Floyd was posthumously honored at the Department of Correction Employee Development Center in Dover. It has been re-named the Steven R. Floyd Senior Training Academy.