People arriving to New York, New Jersey and Connecticut from three more states will have to quarantine for 14-days due to concerns over the spread of COVID-19.
A swimmer was recorded over the weekend catching and displaying a shark at Cape Henlopen State Park Beach in Delaware.
The appearance was a milestone in a presidential campaign that has largely been frozen by the coronavirus outbreak (http://www.coronavirusnow.com/).
Back in November, Paul and Lidia Marino celebrated their 61st wedding anniversary. That they could die in such a seemingly senseless way was a shock, son Ray said.
Select beaches across the region are doing what they are calling a "soft opening," but local leaders can still decide to opt-out, which is what New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio has done. However, his decision has come under some criticism.
Authorities say an 86-year-old man died on Saturday. He had previously been submitted to the hospital in critical condition.
Members of the Delaware National Guard and different medical groups at a hospital in Wilmington blew off some steam with a coordinated dance break.
Even as President Donald Trump asserted that he is the ultimate decision-maker in reopening the country, the governors from seven contiguous states on Monday pledged to coordinate strategies for reopening their economies after the worst of the coronavirus pandemic passes.
Police in Delaware were investigating the deaths of four people found inside a tent at a homeless camp.
Some states have banned so-called ghost guns and others are trying. But one problem is that there isn't a firm legal definition of what a ghost gun is or whether it is even a firearm.
The Brandywine Valley SPCA is working to help animals affected by an onslaught of seismic activity in Puerto Rico.
The body of Sgt. 1st Class Michael J. Goble arrived at Dover Air Force Base in Delaware on Christmas Day.
A Delaware homeowner captured on video an Amazon delivery driver’s priceless reaction after she left treats at the front door.
Aerial video shows a black bear running around Wilmington, Delaware, on Thursday.
A former University of Delaware baseball player accused of sexually assaulting six women was sentenced on Friday to five years in prison for his rape conviction in the first case to go to trial.