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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!


VIDEO: Residents, officials call for Wilm. composter to be shut down
More than 200 people turned out for a public hearing Wednesday, many against a permit renewal being sought for a Wilmington composting facility.

Dover Police turn admins to patrol officers to crack down on crime
A recent rise in shootings in Dover, including one Wednesday morning that put schools on lockdown, has put crime prevention on the forefront.

VIDEO: Del. state parks to get facelifts through funding change
Delaware's state parks will see some much-needed improvements through a change in funding.

VIDEO: HS Football Preview - Tower Hill
Tower Hill opens 2014 looking to find a way to duplicate last year's perfection.

Low Wage and Service Worker Task Force hears first testimony
The state's 14-member Low-Wage and Service Worker task force met at the Chase Center Wednesday, and one topic of discussion was whether Delaware's minimum wage should be higher.

Upward Bound Wilmington film wins national competition
Some students from Wilmington's Upward Bound program are headed to D.C. next month after winning a national film competition.

Man shot in Dover, gunman still on the loose
A man has been shot in Dover.

17-year-old shot in Belvedere
A teen is shot in Belvedere.

Woman killed on Concord Pike
A Wilmington woman was killed after being hit by a car while crossing Concord Pike in North Wilmington.

Majority of immigrant kids placed in Sussex County
Many of the child migrants placed with Delaware families are living in Sussex County.