Noticias de Delaware

"The Miseducation of Cameron Post," a novel with a lesbian protagonist and a number of uses of the "F" word, is now gone from the Cape Henlopen School District's summer reading list.
Virginia State Police say a New Jersey couple was killed after a tornado caused a tree to fall on their tent at a popular campground.
New Castle County's emergency management coordinator was vacationing with his family at the Cherrystone Campground when an apparent tornado tore through Virginia's Eastern Shore this morning (Thursday morning)
The nominee selected by the Delaware Technical Community College Board of Trustees to become the school's next president will not be taking the job.
A Delaware program plans to increase the maximum incentives for landowners and agricultural producers to take steps to reduce the amounts of soil and nutrients from their operations that enter into waterways.
A Bridgeville resident is among this year's honorees at the Delaware State Fair for her dedication to Delaware's Adopt-A-Wetland.
Delaware honors four "young environmentalists" for their contributions to preserving the First State's natural resources.
A traffic stop in Harrington turns into a drug bust.
A man is in critical condition after being stabbed during a large fight in Dover.
Delaware State Police issue a Gold Alert for 28-year-old Michael Vanderhoeven of Laurel.
Salisbury Police say 18-year-old Robert Odell has been located after going missing Wednesday night.
A Dover man and a Milford man are behind bars following a high-speed chase in Dover.
Delaware State Police are looking for a wanted New Castle sex offender.
The Maryland State Fire Marshal is still working to determine what caused a 241-year-old Hebron, Maryland church to be destroyed by fire.
Delaware's highest court has upheld the conviction and death sentence for a man found guilty of raping and killing a University of Delaware student.
Maryland had a 33 percent increase in drug overdose deaths in the first quarter of this year.
Federal prosecutors say the operator of a ship that discharged 34 metric tons of oily bilge water and waste sludge has been fined $500,000.
The Baltimore Ravens will lose the services of their star running back at the start of the NFL season. The NFL today suspended Ray Rice for two games, and fined him four hundred and seventy thousand dollars after he was caught on video dragging his unconscious fiancee off an elevator in an Atlantic City Casino in February. WBAL's Robert Lang has fan reaction.
The downtown plaza in Salisbury could soon look a lot different.
Rehoboth Beach residents, workers and business owners can now sign up to get alerts about fires, severe weather and other emergencies.
Salisbury's Historic District Commission votes 3-1 in favor of a plan to reconstruct the old Salisbury Firehouse.
Interim Smyrna Police Chief Norman Wood is named chief of police.
An economic development consultant says Wilmington must shed perceptions of rampant crime and poor public schools if it wants to attract more residents and businesses.
A long awaited overpass in Sussex County will open to motorists on Friday.
One Checkpoint Strikeforce DUI checkpoint is scheduled to take place Saturday in Rehoboth Beach and will be conducted by the Delaware State Police.
A young lady from Bear is representing Delaware next week in a national pageant.