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Happy Birthday!

Happy Birthday to
Jamison Funk of Elkton

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!


Newark-area home destroyed by fire
No injures are reported from a house fire late Friday night outside Newark.

Denn calls Beau a "friend and formidable candidate" in governor's race
Lieutenant Gov. Matt Denn is put in a tough spot when it comes to deciding his political future.

Shooting early Friday in Wilmington
A shooting early Friday morning is under investigation in Wilmington.

This year's Delmarva Chicken Festival will be the last
The Delmarva Chicken Festival will be no more after this year.

VIDEO: Westin Wilmington opens at city riverfront
The new 180-room Westin hotel at the Wilmington Riverfront opened for business on Thursday.

Man robs a bank, tries to rob another
State Police are looking for a man who tried to rob one bank and robbed a second bank within 15 minutes.

Second wave of milder flu hitting Northeast
A second, milder wave of flu is hitting the Northeast.

Lawsuit filed over Del. medical marijuana effort
A lobbyist who once worked for Sen. Tom Carper is being sued for breach of contract in a fight over the awarding of a license to operate Delaware first medical marijuana dispensary.

Delaware approves 4 new charter schools, rejects 1
Delaware education officials have approved four new charter schools, all in New Castle County.

59 pedestrians stopped during safety campaign
State Police say 59 pedestrians were stopped during a two-week safety enforcement and education campaign conducted in Wilmington.