Noticias de Delaware

Halloween is here.
Registered sex offenders will be forced to stay inside their homes on Halloween.
Should you be inspecting your kids' candy this Halloween or are you just being a worry wart?
An 8-year-old exotic. 35-pound cat named "Boo," is caught and returned to his Brandywine Hundred family.
Delaware high school students are getting an early chance to weigh in on next week's elections.
A Pike Creek man is arrested on charges of indecent exposure.
The Colonial School District is getting a new tool to fight back against school shootings.
Rain or shine, dogs in Milford will have a new place to play come Saturday.
Due to an unavoidable construction delay, the closure of the boat ramp and parking lot at Blairs Pond near Milford for parking lot improvements has been postponed and rescheduled for Thursday, November 6.
Authorities say they have captured a man accused of killing one Pennsylvania State trooper and seriously injuring another during an ambush outside police barracks.
It's official, the country music festival originally planned for Sussex County in the Harbeson area, will be in Kent County at the Delaware State Fairgrounds in Harrington.
A Felton man gets a 44-year prison term following his recent guilty plea to child sex crimes.
Delaware State Police are looking for a Lincoln sex offender who did not comply with registration requirements.
Delaware State Police continue to investigate a crash involving a tractor trailer and a pick-up truck that closed a portion of Seashore Highway west of Georgetown for about three hours.
Recent clean-ups targeting the waterways and roadways of Delaware result in tons of trash being picked up.
Dover Police arrest two suspects in connection with an early-morning break-in at a home on West Division Street.
An industry group representing Delaware's three casinos is asking state lawmakers to revise revenue sharing models so that the casinos can remain profitable amid increasingly intense competition from casinos in other states.
Senior leaders at Dover Air Force Base are making preparations should its support be needed for the mission to fight Ebola in West Africa.
Corrections officials say an inmate at Baylor Women's Correctional Institution has died at a local hospital after a long illness.