Assistant News Director
Amy Cherry is the Assistant News Director and a journalist at WDEL. She joined WDEL's award-winning news team in 2010 from WBZ Newsradio 1030 in Boston and has received national accolades for reporting.
As featured on
- Delaware coronavirus peak coming next week, forecasters say
- 'Terrifying': Wife of Delaware coronavirus patient speaks about his battle
- Delaware State Police say they will conduct checks of out-of-state vehicles
- Armed suspect pistol-whips Wilmington Manor-area pizza shop employee, is unsuccessful in robbery attempt
- COVID-19 recoveries double in Delaware, cases also rise
- Gov. Carney further restricts gatherings, sets social distancing standards for businesses
- Retired Wilmington priest is Little Sisters of the Poor's 4th coronavirus-related death
- Delaware Prescription Drug Take-Back Day sees best results in years
- Education First | The trade school series
- What is the ACLU focusing on when it comes to 'Smart Justice?'
- VIDEO | Great Dames awards Icons for 10th anniversary
- VIDEO | LBR announces federal 'Clean Slate Act' following recent criminal justice reform milestones
- VIDEO | Laurel community faces cleanup, rebuilding after early morning tornado
- Smyrna man arrested after downstate pursuit
- VIDEO | Delaware becoming 'trauma informed state' means collaboration, solutions
- Rough start for SBA coronavirus loan program rollout
- DelDOT maintenance worker contracts COVID-19
- VIDEO | Delaware COVID-19 hospitalizations creep toward 100 as officials predict we're still 2 weeks away from major surge
- Chris Hemsworth pens tribute to 'dear friend' Andrew Jack
- Keith Urban's 'vibrant' self-isolation
- Harry Styles gives isolation update
- Pharmacy at Dover Air Force Base closed amid possible COVID-19 exposure
- Delaware prisoners joining effort to make masks
A person standing on the platform of the Jupiter Lighthouse looks at the supermoon as it is partially obscured by a cloud, Monday, March 9, 2020, in Jupiter, Fla. The 108-foot, brick lighthouse was first lit in 1860.
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