The Wakeup Crew

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Happy Birthday!

Happy Birthday to
Joshua Robinett of New Castle
(7/28/14)

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
VIDEO: Law bans tanning for minors next year
Starting next year, teens will have to get spray-on tans or use tanning lotions ahead of prom season if they want that summer glow.

State: unclaimed property postcards are scam
If you got a postcard in the mail stamped "Unclaimed Property Notification," the state Escheator wants you to know it's suspicious.

South Park Drive closes over structural concerns
Another road is closed in Wilmington due to structural concerns.

City council's override vote could jeopardize county grant
New Castle County Executive Tom Gordon said a $225,000 grant to the Wilmington Fire Department will be recalled if city council members override a mayoral veto of a bill cutting $511,000 that funds eight vacant firefighter positions.

VIDEO: City's 16th Street bridge now 'Mayor Baker Bridge'
Wilmington's first mayor to serve three consecutive terms gets his name on a piece of city real estate.

WIC program moves to electronic cards in Del.
Over 19-thousand Delaware families who use WIC benefits will soon have the convenience of electronic transfer cards for food shopping.

UD tripling some residence halls
One roommate is plenty, but this year, more University of Delaware freshman will have two.

Wilm U. gaming students get a taste of fantasy design in real world
A new business incubator on the campus of Wilmington University is highlighting the talents of some advanced game and media design students.

Police: Bear area shooting was drug deal gone wrong
Police say a shooting that happened Saturday morning and sent a young man to the hospital was the result of a drug deal gone wrong.

New Castle County money transfer examined
The New Castle County auditor is examining the transfer of $92 million of the county government's reserve account to the United Bank of Switzerland.