Noticias de Delaware

The Chip Flowers saga is over.
Two weeks after tearfully announcing that he was ending his re-election campaign, state treasurer Chip Flowers is officially out of the race.
Now that State Treasurer Chip Flowers is officially out of the race, the state Elections Commission which had been left in limbo can move forward.
Senator Carper stops in Milford as part of his tour of transportation projects across Delaware that may not move forward unless Congress approves a long-term transportation bill by the end of this year.
Delaware State Police are investigating an accident on Bay Road near Dover Air Force Base that sent a driver to the hospital.
Dover Police are hoping you can help them find the suspect in a Wednesday morning shooting on Kirkwood Street.
Delaware State Police are looking for a woman who did not comply with requirements that she register as a Tier-Two sex offender.
The rip current risk remains high at the Delaware, Maryland and New Jersey beaches as Hurricane Crisobal whips up waves that swept a teenager out to sea.
A 20-year-old Salisbury man will spend 15 years behind bars for a sex offense.
After undergoing a major reconstruction project, Park Road in Lewes will reopen to through traffic this Saturday, according to the Delaware Division of Parks and Recreation.
A Middletown woman is missing, and Delaware State Police have issued a Gold Alert for 29-year-old Alicia Dickerson.
Maryland is announcing a new record for cover crop enrollment.
Maryland environmental officials have closed parts of some waterways in Dorchester County to shellfish harvesting after unacceptable bacteria levels were detected.
VA Maryland Health Care System is partnering with Evergreen Health Care to improve health care access for veterans.
A celebration of life is scheduled for the popular, late Rehoboth Beach Restaurateur Matt Haley.
NASA is reviewing data from a rocket launch that tested a new sub-payload deployment method for suborbital rockets.
A single-car crash in Salisbury this morning is under investigation.
Two former Wicomico County public school employees have filed a lawsuit against the Board of Education, alleging gender discrimination.
Many of the child migrants placed with Delaware families are living in Sussex County.
A task force examining issues related to low-wage workers held its first hearing in Wilmington Wednesday, and one topic was raising Delaware's minimum wage.
Dover Police, along with other law enforcement agencies have wrapped up a successful two-day warrant roundup operation.
A man is in critical condition after the backhoe he was operating crashed into the rear of a building in Middletown.
Two people are hurt in a two-vehicle crash in Worcester County.
Officials at the University of Maryland Eastern Shore are monitoring the Ebola outbreak in West Africa.
Officials will hold a press event on Friday at the Sussex County Emergency Operations Center in Georgetown to highlight how Delawareans can protect their families, homes and businesses as part of National Preparedness Month, which runs through September.
One of the region's largest mass-filings for unemployment and other benefits will begin next week for newly laid-off Atlantic City casino workers in an outreach effort so large it had to book part of the city's convention center.