Our important stories from the previous week included changes in the Dover Police Department, an area mall changing hands, a Special visitor to Delaware, calls for a hike in the state's minimum wage, and suspected white supremacist activities.
Dover Police are using the British Royal family rumble to try drum up business.
Incoming Dover Police Chief Thomas Johnson said his love of public service was sparked by th…
Also coming from Amy Cherry, some big news - the Concord Mall is being sold:
Special Olympics-UNICEF ambassador Lucy Meyer talks with WDEL's Mike Phillips on her first trip through Delaware:
Lucy Meyer has cerebral palsy.
WDEL's Mark Fowser brings us the story of a group calling for an increase of Delaware's minimum wage to $15:
Delaware lawmakers are being encouraged to hike the state's minimum wage to $15 an hour. One business group says "not so fast."
Members of a suspected white supremacist group were arrested in Newark, and Mike Phillips had the story: