A new study shows the waitlist for organ transplants is skyrocketing and Delaware had the No. 8 longest wait time for organ transplants in 2018 with 15.5% of those in need waiting five years or longer.
*Attempt to ID* - Troopers seek the public’s assistance in attempting to identify the pictured suspect who is wanted in connection with a shoplifting. The suspect entered the Delux Dairy located at 10599 Concord Road, Seaford, removed several items and left the store without rendering paymen…
The Sussex Technical School District faces escalating expenses for maintenance for its aging buildings, essential security upgrades, and the need to improve traffic flow along U.S. 9 and on its campus, according to a five-month independent review by a respected architectural and engineering firm.
DOVER, Del. — A recent increase in severe deer damage to agricultural crops on two portions of Redden State Forest in Sussex County has created public deer harvest opportunities to assist local farmers. Through a partnership with DNREC’s Division of Fish & Wildlife, the Delaware Departme…
State Representative and Speaker of the House Pete Schwartzkopf is now vowing to change Delaware Law to specifically allow dogs in restaurant outdoor areas. He writes on social media:
The Delaware State Police have arrested an Ocean City, Maryland woman for burglarizing a residence on two separate occasion.
Rehoboth Beach, Del. Gregg Mongone, 44, of Wilmington, Del. was arrested August 11, for offensive touching when he grabbed the buttocks of another man on Baltimore Avenue.
Delaware’s 2019 Becoming an Outdoors-Woman (BOW) program is set for the weekend of Sept. 20-22 at Lums Pond State Park near Bear, DNREC’s Division of Fish & Wildlife announced today, with 2019 marking the 21st year the state has hosted the internationally-recognized women’s outdoors pro…
The Delaware Department of Justice’s Family Division announced that a new targeting of child support absconders has resulted in location of individuals who collectively owe more than $1 million in child support payments in order for them to begin paying support to their families.
Bayhealth is offering free skin cancer screenings in September. They will be held on Friday, Sept. 20 from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. at 737 S. Queen St., Suite 1, Dover, DE 19904.
The Delaware State Police would like to remind bicyclists and motorcyclists of some safety tips while riding along the roadways and ways motorist can help to make the roads safer.
DNREC’s Division of Fish & Wildlife has confirmed a new state record in the Delaware Sport Fishing Tournament: a 22-pound, 9.6-ounce false albacore, caught July 13 in the Atlantic Ocean by Jason Conrad of Fleetwood, Pa. The fish was 35 inches long and had a girth of 22.5 inches.
Delaware Natural Resources Police officers with DNREC’s Environmental Crimes Unit arrested a Kent County man Aug. 5, after a traffic stop in the area of Sorghum Mill Road in Magnolia led to the discovery of drugs and counterfeit US currency. After an odor of marijuana was detected during the…
Fenwick Island, DE - The first known artificial oyster reef in Little Assawoman Bay was installed by the Delaware Center for the Inland Bays during the week of July 29th to work towards restoring once abundant populations of native oysters to the Inland Bays. Oysters filter water and provide…
Scammers are using call spoofing technology to mimic the real Delaware State Police phone number in order to scam state residents, Police say.
The outspoken pro-2nd Amendment Sheriff of Wicomico County, Maryland joined Rob Sussman the monday after two back-to-back mass shootings that left over 30 dead.
Last month, CNBC wrote a blisteringly tone-deaf article about how more and more college students are borrowing sums well into the six-digits to go to school.
Sunday President Trump ordered American flags at all U.S. government buildings and facilities to be flown at half-staff until sunset on August 8, 2019 as a mark of solemn respect for the victims of the terrible acts of violence perpetrated in El Paso, Texas on August 3, 2019 and in Dayton, O…
The Delaware State Police have arrested two women in connection with a robbery after they sprayed the victim in the eyes with a chemical and took his wallet.
Delaware Republican Party Chairwoman Jane Brady says that the party will issue refunds to those who ask for them after party volunteers removed "Made in China" tags from merchandise sold by the party at their state fair booth.
The first step in an improvement to the Rt. 1 and Cave Neck Road intersection will be to block Cave Neck Road traffic from turning left onto Rt. 1 to go North. As Deldot says, "Motorists wanting to go north on Route 1 from Cave Neck Road will turn right onto southbound Route 1 and then make…
The FBI now has a name for the Rehoboth Beach M and T Bank robbery suspect: The Pink Lady Bandit, named after her pink handbag. She has robbed three banks in three states in the past seven days according to the FBI.
The Delaware State Police have arrested two suspects from Frankford, DE in connection with multiple thefts from motor vehicles.
The Delaware State Police needs your help identifying a suspect in a robbery at the M&T Bank that occured Tuesday morning.
Georgetown Police are seeking the public’s help to identify a shoplifting suspect. The below subject was involved in a shoplifting that occurred at Wal Mart.
Former Senate Candidate and progressive community activist Kerri Evelyn Harris joined Rob Sussman for Newsmaker Monday this week after traveling throughout the state hosting a number of meetings on immigration and the situation at the border.
An employee of Bay to Beach Builders in Greenwood, Delaware is hospitalized in critical condition after a Tesla Model 3 crashed into the Bay to Beach office building on Rt. 13 in Greenwood. The Tesla was driven by a 79 year old woman from Virginia, who was taken to Nanticoke Hospital with …
Presidential Candidate, former Vice President, and part-time Rehoboth Beach resident Joe Biden has scheduled a stop in Rehoboth Beach as part of his presidential campaign.
A customer of the Home Depot in North Wilmington that made the news earlier this week after a customer found a noose tied on the end of a spool of rope.
This is how the information is delivered to media directly from the Rehoboth Police. (All subjects are innocent until proven guilty in a court of law):