Delaware residents have been encouraged to kill the spotted lanternfly, an invasive species of destructive insect found in the northern part of the state.
Joe Biden is being ridiculed over a journalist's retelling of Biden's seemingly heroic tale of racial division about taking on a black Wilmington, Delaware gang leader named "Corn Pop" in the summer of 1962.
"I don't intend on serving as a transgender state senator. I intend on serving as a senator who happens to be transgender," said Sarah McBride, who addressed the Democratic National Convention in 2016.
Kissing bugs can transmit a parasite that causes Chagas disease, a potentially serious illness.
Good Friday falls on April 19, so we've gathered the latest information on post office, bank and store opening times.
Suspect Louis D. Coleman III was arrested on Interstate 95 in Delaware on Thursday evening.
"I stood my ground and refused to be a victim. We have rights," the driver, Mack Buckley, said on social media.
The teen's family say the incident was sparked by noise made by his friend's dirt bike.
Sections of the I-95 had to be closed as a result of the chase, causing traffic to pile up for miles around.
A Wilmington, Delaware sixth grader who was bullied and shamed at school simply for being named "Joshua Trump" received a national anti-bullying award Saturday.
The West Nile virus has killed 35 people so far in 2018.
The lawsuit states that the children felt unwanted at the public swimming pool.
"I apologize to the children who were directed to leave a city pool because of the religious-required clothing they were wearing."
"With a heavy heart, our thoughts and prayers are with this family," Delaware State Police Sergeant Richard Bratz said.
People were exposed to mumps at two Mexican dance events held at the same place three weeks apart.
The soon-to-be iceberg is moving faster than ever. It's a matter of "hours, days or weeks."
Biden told swimmers on Monday that he had wanted to work for the pool in the 1960s to broaden his perspective on race relations.
Los Angeles, Chicago, and New York City account for 42 percent of pedestrian fatalities.
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