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Happy Birthday!

Happy Birthday to
Tom Bennett III of Newark
(11/26/14)

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
Del. NAACP calls for cops to wear cameras in wake of Ferguson
The NAACP Delaware State Conference calls for changes to state laws in the wake of a grand jury's decision not to indict in Ferguson.

BREAKING: City, parents suing to keep failing Moyer Academy open
Wilmington and parents of Moyer Academy students are suing the state to keep the charter school open, saying it's the only general public high school in the city.

Cabbie Complaints: Taxi drivers targeted by same cop repeatedly
Monday, we told you about Wilmington taxi drivers who are facing stringent regulations. The cabbies also tell WDEL News they're being harassed by Wilmington police.

Snow will likely affect T'giving travel plans
The busiest travel day of the year is about to get even trickier.

VIDEO: Statewide turkey giveaway visits Wilmington
An annual turkey giveaway turned 32 years old on Tuesday, as a former Wilmington Councilman and local volunteers dropped off turkeys for those in need across the state ahead of Thanksgiving on Thursday.

Two people shot in Wilmington's Browntown neighborhood
Two Wilmington residents were shot Tuesday afternoon in the city's Browntown neighborhood, police said.

Wilmington Mayor to put a spotlight on crime
Mayor Dennis Williams is shedding some light on his city's crime problems...literally, with a new program called Light Up the Night.

Settlement approved in Wilmington Trust lawsuit
A federal judge has given final approval to a $3 million settlement in a lawsuit brought by former Wilmington Trust employees who invested in a company-sponsored savings plan.

Milford man wanted for attempted murder turns up dead
A Milford man wanted on charges that included attempted murder is dead.

Smyrna man charged with raping teen
A Smyrna man faces charges in connection with the alleged sexual assault of a 14-year-old girl in August.