Noticias de Delaware

After 12 o'clock today, teens in Delaware will NO longer be able to tan-PERIOD!
Two dog attacks in Rehoboth Beach over the weekend are under investigation.
The Dorchester County Sheriffs Office says operations have returned to normal at a chicken processing plant that had been evacuated earlier due to an ammonia leak.
A Viola man is arrested by Harrington Police for DUI.
A family pet is dead following a mobile home fire in Millsboro.
A Virginia woman whose son was allegedly knocked down and dragged while on a ride at an Ocean City amusement park is suing the park for $1 million.
A drawbridge that got stuck in the upright position blocking Route 50 into Ocean City over the weekend, is back in full operation today.
The Maryland State Fire Marshal is investigating a weekend house fire in Salisbury.
Town officials in Chincoteague say they're prepared for the 89th Annual Pony Swim set for Wednesday.
Three Smyrna residents are arrested in Harrington on drug charges.
Mayor Dennis Williams won't be the only one watching Wilmington City Council's override vote this Tuesday.
The New Castle County auditor is examining the transfer of $92 million of the county government's reserve account to the United Bank of Switzerland.
A Maryland casino is looking to hire some of the soon-to-be-jobless Atlantic City casino workers.
Delaware State Police are investigating a Sunday-morning crash on Foulk Road that left a pedestrian in critical condition.
Police say a shooting that happened Saturday morning and sent a young man to the hospital was the result of a drug deal gone wrong.
Gas prices are continuing a mid-summer slide.
One person is injured in a single-car crash in Long Neck.
A man brandishing a knife makes off with some cool cash.
A Newark man faces charges in the death of a bicyclist.
A brother and sister have been charged with breaking into a home and stealing some of the contents.
The University of Delaware is seeing its largest incoming freshman class ever and that means more cramped dorms.
Temperate weather conditions last week doesn't seem to have negatively impacted Delaware's summer wildlife, which is good news to butterfly watchers.