Our important stories from the previous week included two examples of community coming together to make a positive impact, the death of a man 10 years after a brutal assault, a souped-up tortoise, and a new warning from health officials amid the opioid crisis:
A community pulled together to build a home addition for a grandfather who had to help carry his grandson to the bus, from coverage by Mark Fowser:
VIDEO | A grateful family in the Colonial School District gets a taste of some good old-fashioned community support.
Joe Irizarry fills us in on the success of the 9th annual Help Our Kids Radiothon benefiting Nemours/AI duPont Hospital for Children:
The Help Our Kids Radiothon, benefiting Nemours/Alfred I. duPont Hospital for Children, rais…
An update on the death of a victim who'd been in a coma for 10 years since an assault by two Newark men in West Virginia from Mike Phillips:
A former West Virginia University (WVU) student who has spent the last decade in a coma foll…
Amy Cherry brings us the story of Helix, a tortoise born with some challenges, who got some new wheels from a creative caregiver:
A Brandywine Hundred man's day job and his hobby are more alike than he ever could've imagined.
There's a new warning issued by Delaware public health officials after a deadly holiday weekend with connections to the opioid crisis, from DJ McAneny: