Noticias de Delaware

A 10-year-old Rehoboth girl is dead following a deadly crash in Ellendale.
A woman is assaulted and robbed in Salisbury by a man pretending to be a policeman.
Five people have been arrested in Milford in connection with four burglaries, robberies and assaults in the City.
Today is "O's Orange Day."
Convicted Accomack County Arsonist Tonya Bundick has a new attorney.
A tubing manufacturer in Kent County allegedly releases a hazardous substance into the air.
Delaware State Police are warning Wilmington residents of a homeless sex offender.
Authorities say a third person has been arrested in the fatal shooting of a man in Elkton, Maryland.
Wilmington Police have arrested three people after heroin with a street value of $28,000 was found in a home.
The investigation of a missing New Castle woman continues three months after her disappearance.
The panel that oversees Delaware's $1.8 billion cash portfolio is proposing to formally adopt rules regarding objectives and guidelines for investing state funds.
Police documents indicate that Olympic swimmer Michael Phelps registered .14 percent on a breathalyzer test after he was stopped on a speeding violation.
A number of state and county legislative candidates will be meeting with Salisbury University students to talk about the region's politics in an open public forum today (Thursday).
Wilmington City Council is voting tonight on a bill that would expand a smoking ban to include city parks and bus shelters.
There has been an increase in piping plover breeding at Assateague Island National Seashore.
Four buildings in Atlantic City will be demolished after they were severely damaged by a wind-blown fire that broke out just steps from the resort's boardwalk.
Legislation that would allow sports betting in casinos and racetracks is due to go before a New Jersey Assembly panel.