Noticias de Delaware 3 kindergarten students experience "asthma-like" symptoms 22/10/2014 11:54:15 a. m. Three kindergarten students at Pemberton Elementary School in Wicomico County get medical attention after coming down with asthma-like symptoms. Early voting in Md. starts Thursday 11/06/2014 01:20:46 p. m. Early voting begins tomorrow (Thursday) in Maryland, where registered voters can start casting ballots for the General Election November 4th. Md. Democrats announce voter hotline for problems 22/10/2014 01:11:34 p. m. Maryland Democrats are reminding voters of their rights ahead of the Nov. 4 election and have set up a hotline to respond to any problems at the polls. Fire damages wall, siding at home in Lewes 25/11/2013 02:28:47 a. m. A house fire on West 4th Street in Lewes was apparently caused when workers doing renovations ignited a wall with a torch. Milton, Del. State Police investigate motorcycle thefts 22/10/2014 02:42:14 p. m. Milton Police are investigating three motorcycle thefts in recent weeks. Three arrested in separate drug-related cases in Harrington 23/01/2013 04:16:06 a. m. Harrington Police make a series of drug-related arrests: Woman arrested for tire-slashing incident in Harrington 22/10/2014 09:10:11 a. m. Harrington Police charge a Dover woman in connection with a tire-slashing incident in August. Three teen girls arrested following recent fight in Harrington 22/10/2014 09:10:11 a. m. Harrington Police arrest three juveniles - all girls - in connection with a recent brawl at Diamond Court Apartments. Man arrested for discharging gun in Salisbury 22/10/2014 02:04:40 p. m. A man faces charges in Salisbury that he fired a shot into the air with a handgun near Route 13 and Naylor Mill Road. Gunman robs Wilmington-area clothing store 22/10/2014 01:41:28 p. m. Delaware State Police are looking for a man who robbed a Wilmington-area clothing store at gunpoint. Delaware duck hunting season to open Friday 22/10/2014 10:28:14 a. m. The regular duck hunting season in Delaware opens on Friday. Md., Va., Pa., NJ to monitor travelers from Ebola-stricken area 22/10/2014 09:44:30 a. m. Maryland, Virginia, New Jersey and Pennsylvania is among the first six states in a federal program asking travelers who've recently been to Ebola-stricken West African nations to monitor themselves for symptoms of illness. $2.5M from state to help Phila. Children's Hospital grow 22/10/2014 11:57:37 a. m. A $2.5 million state grant will help Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC to expand and make more room for patients needing certain specialized treatments. Delaware board nixes commutation for killer 27/02/2013 02:41:54 a. m. Delaware's Board of Pardons has refused to hear a commutation request from a killer whose sentencing led to changes in Delaware's death penalty law. New Castle woman charged with false Ebola report 22/10/2014 11:57:37 a. m. A New Castle woman is behind bars for allegedly falsely telling emergency workers she had Ebola in an effort to get drugs. DART Stuff the Bus Food Drive begins Nov. 10th 22/10/2014 09:27:34 a. m. The 17th annual "Stuff The Bus" Thanksgiving Food Drive has been scheduled for the week of November 10th, DART First State announced Wednesday. Rehoboth Man Arrested for Sea Air MHP Burglaries 22/10/2014 06:00:03 a. m. Delaware State Police have arrested a Rehoboth Beach man after a neighbor witnessed the suspect coming out of a house that was unoccupied for the season. Del. Cities, Business Stockpiling Salt for Winter 22/10/2014 05:44:07 a. m. Delaware businesses and cities are stockpiling extra road salt after some exhausted supplies during last year's extra snowy season. DSP Investigating Oak Orchard Crash 11/11/2013 02:54:58 a. m. Delaware State Police are investigating a crash THIS morning in Oak Orchard. AUDIO: Megan Szabo in the CR District is '15 Teacher of the Year 22/10/2014 04:26:08 a. m. Delaware names the 2015 Teacher of the Year. Smyrna Man Arrested for Assault 21/10/2014 11:18:31 p. m. A 49-year-old Smyrna man is arrested for assaulting another man. Lewes Mayor/Council to Consider Smoking on Beach Nov. 24 22/10/2014 05:23:58 a. m. The Lewes Mayor and Council will next month hear a proposal banning smoking on ALL public beaches. Fall Projects Underway in Ocean City 21/10/2014 11:46:25 p. m. The Ocean City Department of Public Works is beginning several off-season projects this month, including hydrant flushing, the final phase of the St. Louis Avenue project and street improvements in the Little Salisbury neighborhood. DNREC's Next Scrap Tire Recycling Drop-Off Day Set for Nov. 8 in Harrington 22/10/2014 06:21:12 a. m. DNREC is offering another recycling opportunity for Delaware residents to turn in their old tires. Caesar's CEO hails center; A.C. casinos' fate cloudy 22/10/2014 11:57:37 a. m. The CEO of Caesars Entertainment says a new $125 million meeting center his company is building will help define Atlantic City's future, even as he pointedly refused to say whether his company is done closing casinos there. Union defends trying to dissuade Taj Mahal patrons 22/10/2014 02:49:10 p. m. The union battling Atlantic City's Trump Taj Mahal is defending its right to contact the casino's customers and urge them to take their business elsewhere during a nasty labor dispute.