Gatherings in Delaware have been limited to 10 people, and businesses have new social distancing standards to follow under another update to Delaware's state of emergency by Governor John Carney.
The owner of a Newark eatery is helping to bridge the gap between health care workers and people stuck at home looking for ways to help during the coronavirus crisis.
A Hockessin couple specializing in children's entertainment isn't letting the novel coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic stop them from virtually spreading as much joy as possible to kids around the globe
While many businesses in the state of Delaware have ground to a halt during the coronavirus crisis, one thing that hasn't stopped is work on the state's highways.
A pizza shop outside Wilmington Manor was robbed at gunpoint Tuesday afternoon, Delaware State Police said Wednesday.
The day after the state announced its largest single-day jump in patients, bringing Delaware's total number of novel coronavirus COVID-19 cases over 300, Dr. Karyl Rattay, Director of the Division of Public Health, hosted a weekly livestream focused on concerns about aging and vulnerable pop…
Archmere-alum Gregory Jasani is going through his residency in a Maryland emergency room as cases of COVID-19 continue to rise in his state and the country.
Delaware high school sports teams aren't allowed to conduct practices during the state of emergency over the coronavirus pandemic, but it's not stopping from from getting creative.
Wilmington Police are investigating a shooting that took place Tuesday evening in the Ninth Ward section of the city.Police say they found a 20-year-old male gunshot victim at around 7:44 p.m. on Tuesday, March 31, 2020 on the 300 block of West 26th Street.He was taken to the hospital, and i…
In a virtual presentation forced by novel coronavirus COVID-19 Tuesday night, New Castle County Executive Matt Meyer presented his Fiscal Year 2021 budget address which, while heavily addressing up-front the concerns caused by the global pandemic, included no tax increases.
There are now 319 positive novel coronavirus COVID-19 cases in Delaware, a jump from 264 the day prior, the largest single-day jump in confirmations since the start of the pandemic.
Hundreds of broken ventilators, needed now more than ever during the COVID-19 crisis, sit gathering dust in warehouses across the country.
A Delawarean, who leads an Italian company's operations in the United States, is using his international ties to facilitate the distribution of greatly needed surgical masks here in the U.S.
Delaware Governor John Carney's latest directive on self-quarantining has led to additional restrictions at Delaware's State Parks.
A total of three residents of Little Sisters of the Poor have died from the novel coronavirus COVID-19, Sister Constance Veit confirmed to WDEL Tuesday.
President Donald Trump's decision to extend social distancing guidelines until April 30 came after officials reviewed 12 different statistical models, said Dr. Deborah Birx, the White House coronavirus response coordinator, during a Sunday press briefing.
Wilmington University announced Tuesday its commencement ceremonies, originally scheduled for mid-May 2020, have been delayed to the end of October to reduce the potential for spreading novel coronavirus COVID-19.
Wilmington's meal distribution system has been expanded in light of the ongoing novel coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic, so that more youth have greater access to regular nutrition, Mayor Mike Purzycki announced Tuesday.
A day after announcing a confirmed novel coronavirus COVID-19 case in a Level V facility staff member, the Delaware Department of Services for Children, Youth and Their Families (DSCYF) announced Tuesday a second confirmation--at a separate facility.
The University of Delaware's student-run UDance doesn't normally resort to people cutting their hair on the internet to raise money, but that's what happened in these most unusual of times.
A line of thunderstorms produced up to penny-sized hail in parts of New Castle County on Monday afternoon, according to the National Weather Service.
On Monday night, Delaware Governor John Carney amended his State of Emergency declaration for the eighth time, allowing child care programs in the state to be designated as "emergency child care" to assist only essential personnel fighting novel coronavirus COVID-19.
A 92-year-old Sussex County woman became the seventh death related to novel coronavirus COVID-19 in Delaware, public health officials announced Monday.
A staffer at the Governor Bacon Health Center in Delaware City has contracted the novel coronavirus COVID-19, WDEL has independently confirmed.
A Port of Wilmington worker fell approximately 25 feet and had to be rescued by the Wilmington Fire Department Special Operations Team Monday.
Delaware's existing SNAP benefits recipients can receive additional assistance in March and April as part of the federally issued Families First Coronavirus Responses Act of 2020.
Macy's is furloughing a majority of its 125,000 employees because of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, which has sunk sales and forced it close to its stores.
A pair of 6-year-old twin girls were injured--one seriously, the other critically--and a 26-year-old woman was in stable condition following a single-vehicle crash in Milltown Monday.
The YMCA has reopened its shuttered facilities to act as emergency response centers during the COVID-19 outbreak.
A 51-year-old woman was seriously injured after riding her bicycle into the path of an oncoming truck near New Castle Sunday night, Delaware State Police said Monday.
A staff member at a Level V secure facility operated by the Delaware Department of Services for Children, Youth and Their Families (DSCYF) tested positive for novel coronavirus COVID-19, officials announced Monday.
With 264 cases of the novel coronavirus COVID-19 and six deaths, Governor John Carney said on WDEL Monday morning that the crisis in Delaware is "getting worse."
If you're not very good at golf like me, then you already know what it's like to be socially distant from your playing partners - constantly foraging through brush and woods to find a wayward shot.
Birmingham Township patrolman John Freas spends most of his days on his iPad, watching Amazon Prime TV and Netflix inside the former Glen Mills, Pennsylvania reform school; he also goes for walks.
President Donald Trump said Sunday he would extend his social distancing guidelines to April 30 as novel coronavirus continues to spread throughout the US.
All out-of-state travelers into Delaware have been ordered to self-quarantine for 14 days to fight the spread of COVID-19, under the latest executive order issued by Governor John Carney Sunday.
Federal health officials approved a coronavirus test that can provide results in less than 15 minutes, using the same technology that powers some rapid flu tests.