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Senior Killed In Crash While Driving To John Dickinson High School, Police Say
WILMINGTON, Del. (CBS) — A community in New Castle County is mourning the death of a high school senior after a tragic crash early Friday morning. The Red Clay School District says 18-year-old Sarai Trujillo was driving to John Dickinson High School in Wilmington around 7:10 a.m. when she was involv
Baby found dead in Midtown Manhattan hotel; 2 women in custody
MIDTOWN, Manhattan (WABC) -- Two women are in custody after a baby boy was found dead inside a Midtown hotel. Police responded to a 911 call at the Hotel Pennsylvania on 7th Avenue and West 33rd Street around 1 a.m. Saturday. Hotel staff told police they saw two women wandering around the hotel with
Suspect extradited, charged with murder of couple in Delaware
WILMINGTON, Del. (AP) - Authorities say a suspect in the slayings of a couple who were expecting their first child has been extradited to Delaware and charged with murder. New Castle County Police say 38-year-old Walter Lolley was captured by U.S. Marshals in Georgia in September. He was extradited
Wardens seek black bear that attacked Pennsylvania woman and her Chihuahua
YORK, Pa. – The Pennsylvania Game Commission is attempting to capture the black bear that attacked and severely injured a woman and her dog this week. Melinda LeBarron, 51, has broken bones, cuts and bruises and multiple bites after the attack outside her home in rural in Muncy Creek Township, about
Wilmington man who sold heroin to woman who overdosed gets 7.5 years in prison
A 58-year-old Wilmington man has received a 90-month federal prison sentence for selling heroin to a woman who later died from its use. According to the U.S. Department of Justice, Wali Bey, also known as James Goodwyn, Bey and a second individual sold a small amount of heroin to a woman who overdos
4 juveniles charged in Salem County high school wrestling team hazing incident
PITTSGROVE TWP., N.J. (WPVI) -- Four juveniles have been charged in connection to a hazing incident involving a South Jersey high school wrestling team. The Salem County Prosecutor's Office says four juveniles have been charged with aggravated assault, conspiracy to commit aggravated assault, crimin
Speeding woman killed when vehicle leaves roadway and strikes telephone poll, tree outside Marshallton
An 18-year-old woman is dead and her 15-year-old passenger suffered minor injuries following a crash into a telephone pole outside Marshallton early Friday morning, New Castle County Police announced that afternoon.
Pennsylvania man facing DUI charge following fatal Brandywine Hundred pedestrian crash
A Pennsylvania man was charged with driving under the influence following a fatal Brandywine Hundred-area crash early Friday morning, Delaware State Police announced later that same day.
Dickinson High School senior dies in crash Friday morning
An 18-year-old John Dickinson High School student died in a car crash Friday morning. Sarai Trujillo, the driver, crashed into a tree and then into a pole in the 1800 block of Newport Road, according to New Castle County Police. She was dead at the scene.
11-year-old boy with last name 'Trump' bullied into changing surname
An 11-year-old boy who is routinely tormented at school because of his presidential last name has decided to go by a different surname. Josh Trump, a student at Talley Middle School in Wilmington, Delaware, has endured bullying at the hands of his classmates ever since Donald Trump announced that he
Rollover crash injures 1, closes Christina Parkway east lanes in Newark
A two-car crash has closed all eastbound traffic on Christina Parkway (Del. 4) near South College Avenue in Newark and backed up west lanes. The west lanes are congested with one lane getting by, Newark police Sgt. Gerald Bryda said.
Work remains to address troubled charter schools in First State
In the last six-plus school years, about one-third of Delaware’s charter schools have encountered significant enrollment, management or financial problems. Six of them have either closed on their own or had their charters revoked while three others have required some form of intervention by the Depa
Wilmington council seat remains vacant after volatile meeting
Two weeks after the first recommendation to appoint a new Wilmington City Council member, the city's 1st District seat remains empty. Councilwoman Loretta Walsh tabled her attempt to hold a second vote to appoint Albert Mills to his brother's old council seat on Thursday night, lacking the votes nee
Speed a factor in crash that killed Delaware high school student, police say
MARSHALLTON, Del. (WPVI) -- Police in Delaware say speed was a factor in a crash that left a high school student dead. 18-year-old Sarai Trujillo was killed in the crash on the 1800 block of Newport Road in Marshallton just before 7:30 a.m.
Boy, 11, changes last name from ‘Trump’ due to bullying
WILMINGTON, DE (RNN) - A boy with the last name of “Trump” will now be using his father’s last name at school due to bullying from other students, as his parents work to get his name legally changed.
Photo of mall Santa kneeling before 93-year-old WWII veteran warms hearts
WASHINGTON (WJLA) — A holiday scene from a Delaware mall is warming hearts via social media this Christmas season. Gina Wilbur wrote on Facebook that she was Christmas shopping at the Concord Mall north of Wilmington, Delaware, when she spotted the mall's Santa leave his chair and approach a veteran
Cowboys fans sought in second Delaware purse snatching
NEWARK, Del. (WTXF) - Authorities say that the duo wanted in connection to a Monday evening purse snatching in Bear, Delaware may have pulled off a similar heist earlier that day.
Pedestrian struck, killed by suspected drunk driver in Claymont
CLAYMONT, Del. (WTXF) - A man has died after Delaware State Police say a driver who is suspected of driving under the influence in Claymont early Friday morning fatally struck him.
Croda neighbors invited to learn more about post-Thanksgiving gas leak at meeting Dec. 20
State and local officials will host a public meeting to discuss the ethylene oxide leak at Croda Inc. that shut down the Delaware Memorial Bridge the Sunday after Thanksgiving.
Wrong-way driver on Concord Pike charged for driving on drugs
State police have charged a New Castle man with multiple offenses, including DUI, after they chased him on Concord Pike before he crashed, causing his car to catch fire. A trooper spotted a white Kia Spectra with fake Pennsylvania registration traveling on Concord Pike south of Florence Avenue in Br