Our important stories from the previous week included a dog attack, a fire call to the home of one of firefighters' own, post-Christmas tree recycling info, speedy work resolving a Wilmington shooting, and tool for creativity used for destruction.
The future of a dog's service is in jeopardy after it was attacked during a visit to the Christiana Mall. WDEL's Sean Greene brings us Beauty's story:
Frank Bicking was looking to celebrate his daughter’s perfect semester with a shopping trip …
Fire fighters with Minquadale responded to a call that held special significance when they discovered the blaze was at the home of one of their own. WDEL's Mike Phillips tells us the story:
Joe and Kelly Thompson are members of the Minquadale Fire Company and on the evening of Sund…
With Christmas over, it's time to get rid of the live trees we bring into our homes. WDEL's Mark Fowser shows us how:
Are you looking for ways to recycle your Christmas tree? The Delaware Department of Natural Resources has some ideas.
With a multitude of shootings around the holiday this year, WDEL's Amy Cherry details the quick work of Wilmington authorities to make at least one arrest.
Wilmington Police made a quick arrest in a Christmas Eve shooting.
A woman is alleged to have used a pen for a far more violent act than its intended purpose, and WDEL's DJ McAneny reports on the details of a domestic arrest: