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Happy Birthday!

Happy Birthday to
Sam McKeown of Wilmington
(9/3/15)

Weekday mornings at 6:45, Spencer and Nancy send birthday greetings to our listeners. Click here to get your birthday announcement on the air!

We'll get things started with a chance to win with Bust Your Brain at 5:40 A.M.!!!! We'll also have all the latest Hollywood gossip with The Scoop, The Daily Fail at 7:30 and much more!! Plus win with "Can't Beat Nancy" at 8:00! The fun begins bright and early at 5:30!!!!

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BUST YOUR BRAIN: When it comes to gift giving, what's one of the most annoying things you can do days before the holidays? Taking a sneak peek at the gifts!

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DELAWARE'S TOP STORIES FROM 1150AM WDEL
Wilmington police say homicide arrests have tripled this year compared to 2014
Wilmington Police officials said this week that officers have made three times the number of arrests for homicides in 2015 when compared with last year's statistics.

VIDEO: Smarter Balanced test scores show Delaware has work to do
The results of the state's new Smarter Balanced assessment are in, and they show Delaware has a lot of work to do.

Outdoor music could return to Kelly's Logan House in Trolley Square
A popular bar in Wilmington's Trolley Square area could soon be allowed to have outdoor music acts once again, though the proposal has drawn some criticism from residents who believe the current proposal may be too intrusive for their neighborhoods.

With open enrollment looming, grant ensures expansion of health insurance marketplace assisters
Federal grant money was awarded to two local organizations that will help Delawareans learn about options and sign up for coverage through the state's health insurance marketplace.

Biden: On the road again
Vice President Joe Biden continues to fuel speculation that he'll make a 2016 presidential run.

Wilmington City Council eyes disclosure of back taxes
Wilmington City Council is eyeing an ordinance that would require city employees and officials to disclose delinquent taxes, fees and other obligations owed to the city.

VIDEO: Truck hits railroad overpass in Newark
A tractor trailer slowed traffic in the Newark area after it attempted to pass under a railroad bridge that was too low for the vehicle.

Delaware business group calls for reining in state spending
A statewide business group said Delaware politicians need to take a hard look at cutting state spending.

Delaware Memorial Bridge painting project to be suspended for Labor Day weekend
The painting project currently underway along the Delaware Memorial Bridge will be suspended for the Labor Day holiday weekend, officials announced Wednesday.

Trumka: Democratic field 'still wide open,' Biden has time
AFL-CIO President Richard Trumka said the Democratic presidential contest is "still wide open" and Vice President Joe Biden still has time to enter the field.