Our important stories from the previous week included an area family in mourning, calls for diversity in the Delaware judicial system, a high school athlete competing against all odds, the evolution of the First State, and the arrival of flu season.
Mark Fowser brought us a touching look at a family dealing with a sudden tragedy that brought incredible loss in the blink of an eye:
Family members are identifying and remembering the four young people who died when a vehicle landed in the C & D Canal.
Delaware's highest court needs a new Supreme Court Chief Justice, and area groups are calling for the governor to make diversity a priority, in this story from Amy Cherry:
Delaware's Supreme Court has never had a justice of color.
Mallory Holloway is a cross county runner. She talks to Sean Greene about what drives her as she competes even while dealing with the hurdles presented by Cystic Fibrosis:
Breathing can be tough for any long-distance runner, but for Conrad’s Mallory Holloway, it’s…
Mike Phillips takes us on a tour of Delaware's new, handicap-accessible Evolution trail:
The Delaware Museum of Natural History cut a ribbon on Tuesday, October 8, 2019 officially o…
The flu season is officially here, and while DJ McAneny details the state's first official patient, Chris Carl shows us how Delaware's largest employer is making extraordinary efforts to prepare its employees:
An 8-year-old from New Castle County is both the state's first pediatric case of influenza t…