Noticias de Delaware

The season's coldest temperatures are on the way this weekend, and Code Purple is preparing to open shelters for the homeless.
With the latest blast of arctic temperatures hitting the Delmarva Peninsula, Maryland State Police is reminding motorists to prepare and use caution.
The coldest temperatures of the season are here this weekend.
A 13-year-old boy has been arrested for allegedly calling in a bomb threat to Laurel Middle and Senior High School earlier this week.
LINTHICUM, Md. (AP) - Customs and Border Protection officials say possible whale bones were found in the luggage of a passenger who flew into BWI Airport from Iceland.
A licensed well driller has announced his intentions to run for Sussex County Council.
When the Sussex County council meets again in three weeks, there will likely be discussion on a proposal requiring non-profits seeking grants to disclose additional information when applying for funding. Delaware 105.9's Jon Budler reports.
Learning about the new GED program at the A.C.E. PEER Resource Center in Seaford is among the highlights of a visit by Senator Carper.
A Saturday hearing will examine proposed boundaries for the Herring Creek Sanitary Sewer District.
A man gets 45 years in prison for his November conviction on charges of sexual abuse of a minor and other offenses.
If Valentine's Day weekend has you thinking that it's finally time to tie the knot, the Sussex County Marriage Bureau still has openings to perform ceremonies Saturday and Sunday...
A Fruitland woman makes a plea in Wicomico County to charges in connection with the death of a 68-year-old woman in her care.
Ocean City Springfest will feature country music's Sara Evans among other artists.
A New Castle County man faces over 70 charges for illegally hunting deer during the 2015-2016 season.
While Dover Police joins the United States Air Force Office of Special Investigations in the search for a missing airman who didn't report to duty on Monday at Dover Air Force Base, his truck was towed in New Castle County on Sunday night, hours after he was last seen.
Health officials say Maryland has its first confirmed Zika virus infection.
Nearly 40 new officers are joining Delaware State Police or a local police force following the completion of their law enforcement training.
Delaware's Supreme Court has upheld the dismissal of a lawsuit filed by General Motors shareholders over faulty ignition switches.
Delaware State Police say a man who attempted to rob a Claymont Burger King by walking up to the drive-thru was foiled when the employees walked away from the window.
Records show that several Maryland state lawmakers have solicited donations online during the current legislative session - a possible violation of a state ban on fundraising during that time.
A two-month probe into alleged drug-dealing in the Bridgeville area leads to the arrest of a 48-year-old man.
A federal judge has hastily ordered the emergency sentencing of the ailing widow of a man who killed his former daughter-in-law at a Delaware courthouse.
Delaware State Police have charged three teenagers with assault after a fight broke out on a school bus.
Maryland's Senate president is calling for civility after Democratic senators have received what he called "the most vicious hate mail you can possibly imagine" in the aftermath of a veto override vote.
A group of Maryland private universities are launching a new financial aid program to match a state grant for students with financial need.
Atlantic City's casino revenue fell by 3.8 percent in January compared with a year ago, even as Internet gambling posted an increase of more than 26 percent.