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Happy Birthday!

Happy Birthday to
Lauren McGowan of Wilmington

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!!!!


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!


Fatal crash shuts down section of NB Route 1 near Bear
State troopers are investigating a fatal crash near Bear in the area of Route 1 northbound at Route 40.

VIDEO: Southbound I-495 bridge reopens, NB still closed
The southbound I-495 bridge has reopened, weeks ahead of schedule.

VIDEO: New digs for Delaware National Guard
A new home for the Delaware National Guard.

Wilmington police officer suing for discrimination
A Wilmington police department lieutenant who was denied a promotion to captain last year is suing the city and Mayor Dennis Williams for discrimination.

Newark National LL wins first regional game
Newark National used two huge innings to defeat West Salisbury (Md.) 13-7 in the opening game of pool play in the Little League Mid-Atlantic Regional Friday.

VIDEO: Dangerous dog law loophole closed
New bills aimed at protecting animals and people are signed into law by Governor Markell.

DUI checkpoint set for Newark
Friday night in Newark, police will be out conducting a DUI checkpoint.

Mantrap detains man after bank robbery
A New Castle man is arrested after being caught in a mantrap following a bank robbery.

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

Garage sale? Don't toss cash out with the clutter
In my experience, the most common places where valuable antique treasures are hiding are at yard sales and inside people's homes.