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WILMINGTON, Del. -- Hoarding isn't just about accumulating piles of stuff most of us would throw away.
There's just a whole lotta tree trimming, gift buying, eggnog drinking and general fa la la-ing going on, especially in this year's short holiday season.
The Delaware Museum of Natural History's annual Dino Days will feature new highlights, including free-flight, live bird shows each day.
Government workers and students in the DC area were told to stay home Tuesday as the region braced for another round of snow just a few days after some parts already got several inches.
For the third time, prosecutors today are asking a jury to convict Charles R. Burley of the July 2006 slaying of Johnny E. Triplett outside an unlicensed Wilmington nightclub.
Wilmington police are investigating a shooting in the 2600 block of Van Buren Street.
Thieves cut a hole through the roof of a downtown Wilmington business and took an undisclosed amount of jewelry, Wilmington police spokesman Cpl.
Over the weekend , Meek Mill held a concert in Wilmington, Delaware, and everything was going smoothly until the concert ended and gunshots rang out.
A 71-year-old woman from Hockessin about to go into her favorite Little Italy restaurant to celebrate her granddaughter's 15th birthday recently had her purse snatched and was thrown to the ground outside of the establishment.
Caroling on the Square is an annual event, but this year, attendees will carol by candlelight through downtown Wilmington.
The National Security Agency isn't the only government entity secretly collecting data from people's cellphones.
Heavy snowfall in New Castle County has caused numerous accidents, treacherous roadway travel and canceled flights at area airports.
A 28-year-old Wilmington convicted felon was arrested on gun charges last week as police patrolled the North Market Street area, city police announced Sunday Roderick Owens, 28, was charged with carrying a deadly weapon, resisting arrest and possession of a firearm by a person prohibited, police announced Sunday.
According to the Veterans Benefits Administration's latest Monday Morning Workload report, dated Nov. 30, the backlog at Wilmington - the cases in the queue as long as 125 days, by VA's measure - stood at 890, with total outstanding cases at 1,601.