AUDIO: Joe Biden is welcomed home by thousands at Chase Center in Wilmington
By WDEL Staff

Updated Friday, January 20, 2017 - 4:34pm

WDEL Tweet from the Biden rally
Delawareans say "thank you" to Joe Biden and Jill Biden as their time in Washington comes to an end.

A throng of well-wishers have gathered at the Wilmington riverfront for a rally at The Chase Center.

Biden says he's living proof that given the chance ordinary people can do extraordinary things.

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"One of the great honors of my life was to serve with Barack. There's no quit in America, there's no quit in the American people. There's nothing that's beyond our capacity, I really mean that. We're a country, and all of you in this center believe as I do, ordinary people given half a chance can do extraordinary, extraordinary things."

Biden plans to spend the weekend with family, before returning to Washington to handle post-VP business Monday.



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AUDIO: Donald Trump is sworn in as the 45th President of the United States
By Robert Petree

Updated Friday, January 20, 2017 - 1:26pm

Donald Trump is now the President of the United States.
After years of campaigning, months of protests and high anticipation, we have a new President of the United States.

Delaware 1059's Rob Petree has more...

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It is official! Donald Trump is now the President of the United States. President Trump, in his inaugural address, said the day of his inauguration will live in infamy.

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"January 20th, 2017, will be remembered as the day the people became the rulers of this nation again."

Trump went on to provide hopeful remarks for the next four years.

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"Together we will determine the course of America, and the world, for many many years to come. We will face challenges, we will confront hardships, but we will get the job done."

Both President Trump and Vice President Mike Pence, were sworn in by Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas.



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AUDIO: From Delaware and elsewhere, visitors to DC discuss Inauguration day and the Trump presidency
By Mark Fowser

Friday's Presidential inauguration draws supporters and opponents of the new President, Donald Trump (photos: Delaware1059's Richard Freebery)
Witnesses to history...

Lots of people from Delmarva make the trip to Washington for the inauguration of President Trump.

Loretta of Berlin, in Worcester County, tells The Susan Monday Show why she was there.

"Because I really think that he loves our country, and that he wants to do everything that is right for us," she said. "I would like for the American people to give him an opportunity, to be patient, with the changes he wants to make to make our country better."

Delaware1059 in Washington encountered a New York State resident named George, who said he was with a Latino coalition that supported - and continues to support - Donald Trump.

I've always felt that support. He's always been straightforward," he said after Mr. Trump was inaugurated.

"We are in a new America. We've got a new man in the office that's going to take us back to our traditions," a man named Paul from West Virginia said.



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DEVELOPING: Vehicle travels into retention pond in Long Neck area; one person is dead
By Mark Fowser

A vehicle lands in a pond west of Long Neck, and one person is dead.

Delaware State Police say the accident occurred near Bay Farm Road Friday afternoon.

It's not known why the vehicle was driven into the retention pond.

There was only one person in the vehicle.

The incident is still under investigation.



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Milford man found dead in Seaford Village Shopping Center
By Robert Petree

A man is found lying dead in the Seaford Village Shopping Center.

Around 9 Friday morning, Seaford Police received a call about a man lying on the grass in the South East Corner of the shopping center.

Police responded and discovered the body of a 54-year-old Milford man, that is believed to have committed suicide.

Seaford Police are investigating.



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Gunman robs Lincoln-area store
By Mark Fowser

Delaware State Police released these surveillance photos of a possible suspect in a robbery Thursday morning at King's Market on Fleatown Road
Police are investigating a robbery at King's Market on Fleatown Road in the Lincoln area.

A male suspect carrying a handgun came into the store late Thursday morning and demanded cash from an employee.

After getting some money, the suspect left the scene.

But, he was caught on surveillance.

No one was injured in the robbery.

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Delaware State Police released this description of the suspect:

The suspect was described as black male, 5'06"-5'08" tall, 140-160 lbs., wearing all dark colored clothing (No further clothing or physical description). Armed with an unknown type handgun.

Surveillance photos available.

If anyone has any information in reference to this incident they are asked to contact Detective J. Jones at 302-752-3795. Information may also be provided by calling Delaware Crime Stoppers at 1-800-TIP-3333, via the internet at www.delaware.crimestoppersweb.com, or by sending an anonymous tip by text to 274637 (CRIMES) using the keyword “DSP.”



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DelDOT issues warning for drivers ahead of weekend forecast
By Robert Petree

DelDOT crews will be out and about this weekend.
Motorists are advised to use extreme caution on the roads this weekend, as heavy rain, wind and tidal flooding are in the forecast.

DelDOT is cautioning all drivers venturing out this weekend to drive with caution, pay attention to barricades and not drive through standing water.

DelDOT crews will be out and about this weekend closing roads as they flood, remove tree limbs and clear storm drains.

Driving in inclement weather requires you to stay alert, reduce your speed and turn on your headlights.



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Developing: vehicle lands in a pond off Bay Farm Rd.
By Mark Fowser

A vehicle lands in a pond off Bay Farm Road.

Rescue personnel raced to the scene Friday afternoon to handle the water rescue.

The car reportedly was fully submerged in the pond in the Long Neck area.

We will have more information on Delaware1059 News when it is available.



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UPDATE: Woman struck by vehicle in Selbyville dies from injuries
By Kelli Steele

Delaware State Police are investigating an accident northeast of Selbyville Saturday night that seriously injured a pedestrian (graphic provided by Delaware State Police)
A woman struck by a car in Selbyville less than a week ago, has died from her injuries.

Delaware State Police say just after 7 p.m. on Saturday, January 14, 49-year-old Geralynn Ober of Millville was standing and talking to the driver of a stopped vehicle on Hudson Road near Bixler Road. She stepped away from that car but also walked into the path of a vehicle driven by a 78-year-old Ocean Pines man.

Police say she was not wearing reflective clothing or carrying a flashlight, and visibility was poor due to rain.

Ober was initially taken to Peninsula Regional Medical Center in Salisbury; she died on Thursday.





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Police look for suspect in Long Neck armed robbery
By Mark Fowser

Delaware State Police have released these surveillance photos of a suspect in the robbery of two people in a parked vehicle last Saturday night on Long Neck Rd.
Two people in a parked car are robbed, and Delaware State Police are looking for a suspect in the hold-up outside of Live at Bo's, a bar on Long Neck Road.

The robbery occurred shortly before midnight last Saturday night.

A man surrendered some cash to the armed suspect, but police say the woman in the car tried to grab the gun,

After a short struggle he managed to hold on to the weapon - and, he snatched the woman's necklace and fled the scene.

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Delaware State Police released these details about the investigation Friday:

Detectives are investigating a late night robbery of a subject parked in a car outside Live at Bo’s establishment, located at 34814 Long Neck Road.

This incident occurred around 11:55 p.m. Saturday January 14, 2017 when a male subject approached a vehicle parked outside the bar and confronted a male victim sitting in the driver’s seat. The male suspect pointed an unknown type handgun at the victim and demanded money. The victim complied and turned over an undisclosed amount of cash. At the same time, a female who was talking with another male seated on the passenger’s side, approached the suspect and attempted to pull the gun away from him. A brief struggle ensued and the suspect was able to regain control of the gun and demanded the female’s necklace. When the female refused, the suspect pulled the necklace from around her neck before fleeing the area.

The suspect is described as a black male, 21-25 years of age, 6’00”-6’01” tall, 210-215 lbs., wearing a blue shirt, white and blue baseball hat, and loose fitting jeans. (Surveillance photos attached)

If anyone has any information in reference to the identity of this individual, they are asked to contact Detective M. Doughty at 302-752-3794. Information may also be provided by calling Delaware Crime Stoppers at 1-800-TIP-3333, via the internet at http://www.delaware.crimestoppersweb.com, or by sending an anonymous tip by text to 274637 (CRIMES) using the keyword “DSP.”



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Four arrested after police find drug and weapons during traffic stop in Dover
By Robert Petree

Qadir Mosley, Victor Teasley, Robert Carson, Jakell Young.
A Dover traffic stop leads to the arrest of four men on drug and weapons charges.

Around noon Thursday, Dover Police stopped a vehicle in the area of Loockerman Street and South Queen Street, after spotting a woman holding an infant in her lap while the vehicle was in motion.

Officers could smell a strong odor of marijuana coming from the vehicle. A search was conducted and police discovered that the driver, Qadir Mosley, was in possession of marijuana and crack cocaine. Passenger Victor Teasley was also in possession of marijuana.

Passenger Robert Carson was found to be in possession of a .22 caliber revolver and a .45 caliber Glock handgun, both guns were loaded and one was reported stolen.

Passenger Jakell Young was also found to be in possession of a weapon, a .380 caliber handgun.

The mother holding the child was not arrested and the infant was turned over to a relative.



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Del. AG's Office takes action against "nuisance properties" in Lincoln
By Mark Fowser

Owners of a home in Lincoln are ordered to close its doors by a Superior Court judge at the request of the Delaware Attorney General's Office.

The property and an adjacent home, according to prosecutors, were sites of illegal drug activity and multiple arrests.

The owners of the adjacent property in Lincoln also have entered into a nuisance abatement agreement in which they agree to limit the number of residents and restrict certain people from the property.

They also must not allow any firearms or illegal drugs on the property.

Owners of the property that was shut down are also required to keep certain people off the property and must retain a licensed realtor or property manager to handle rentals.

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The Delaware Attorney General's Office released this statement Friday:

The owners of one Sussex County property have been ordered to close its doors, while the owners of an adjacent property have entered into nuisance abatement agreement with the State. A complaint for temporary and permanent nuisance abatement was filed last fall against the owners of homes at 20989 Cubbage Pond Road and 21068 West Mayhew Drive in Lincoln. The complaint stated the two properties have been the site of illegal drug activity and multiple arrests. Superior Court Judge Richard Stokes signed a court order to temporarily close the Cubbage Pond Road property, citing it as a criminal nuisance that adversely impacts the community pursuant to the Criminal Nuisance Abatement Act. The order states presumptive owners, Carol Nordberg, Debbie Shirey, Mary Shirey Monahan, Shawna Shirey, as well as current tenants, residents, or occupiers of the property must vacate it immediately. Before being able to reopen the house, the owners must adhere to several items in the order, including restricting a list of specific individuals from further contact with the property, cleaning and fixing the property, and retaining a licensed realtor or property manager to be responsible for renting the property. The owners of the home at 21068 West Mayhew Drive, Thomas Monahan and Mary Shirey Monahan, have agreed to limit the number of residents, and restrict the same list of individuals from the property. The owners must also not allow any firearms or illegal drugs on the property, and comply with all health and safety codes. Deputy Attorneys General Carla Jarosz and Beth Savitz represented the Department of Justice in these hearings, which has been part of the Attorney General Denn’s office renewed use of the state’s criminal nuisance property statue to deal with problem properties



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Man pleads guilty in 2007 cold-case killing
By Associated Press

A man already serving life in prison for a murder in Georgia has pleaded guilty to murder in the 2007 killing of his roommate at a Delaware mobile home park.

Just days before his trial was to begin, Jason Slaughter pleaded guilty Thursday to second-degree murder in the death of 22-year-old Christopher Masters.

Slaughter was found outside Masters' Newark-area home with a gunshot wound and Masters was found dead inside. Slaughter told police they had been shot in a home invasion.

Georgia police contacted Delaware authorities in 2010 after charging Slaughter and his wife in a fatal shooting in that state, for which they both were later convicted of murder.

Investigators subsequently found that Slaughter was the beneficiary of life insurance policies on both the Georgia and Delaware shooting victims.



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UPDATE: Dover Police catch teen wanted for assault and robbery
By Robert Petree

Updated Friday, January 20, 2017 - 11:30am

18-year-old Rahiem Jackson
A man wanted in connection to two Dover armed robberies is arrested, but not before he led police on a brief chase.

According to Dover Police, a warrant was issued for 18-year-old Rahiem Jackson, for his involvement in two January 1 assault and robberies, in the Country Village Apartments and a home in the 300 Block of Martin Street.

Police were able to locate Jackson Thursday, at a home in Cheswold.

When police arrived, Jackson tried to get away when he ran out of the back door of the home, but was apprehended after a brief chase.

Jackson was arrested and committed to the James T. Vaughn Correctional Center, in default of $259,000 cash bond.





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Judge dismisses UPS shareholder suit over untaxed cigarettes
By Randall Chase, Associated Press

A Delaware judge has dismissed a lawsuit filed by United Parcel Service shareholders over allegations that the company illegally shipped untaxed cigarettes.

New York authorities sued the Atlanta-based company in federal court in 2015, claiming it had violated a 2005 agreement regarding illegal cigarette shipments, mostly from retailers on Native American reservations.

Shareholders sued UPS directors last year on behalf of the company, saying they failed to comply with their oversight responsibilities, leaving UPS potentially liable for hundreds of millions of dollars in damages and penalties.

In ruling this week, a Chancery Court judge said the plaintiffs had failed to adequately plead that the defendants consciously failed to oversee UPS's compliance with its obligations in a manner that would constitute bad faith or leave them personally liable.



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Fenwick Island gets new town manager
By Kelli Steele

Teresa ‘Terry’ Tieman
Fenwick Island gets a new town manager.

Fenwick has been looking for a town manager for the past six months since former Town Manager Merritt Burke left last July.

Thursday, town officials announced that they had hired Terry Tieman to fill the spot; for the past five years, Tieman has been the town manager in Harrington.

She began her 28 year public service career at the City of Dover where she was the Administrative Services Director and Senior City Administrator. Her skills include budgeting, capital investment planning and implementation, project management, strategic planning, policy development, billing and credit and collections. She was awarded the recipient of the 2015 City manager of the Year award from the Delaware League of Local Governments.

Terry is a graduate of Lock Haven University and has an MBA from Wilmington University.

Tieman officials starts her new job on Monday.



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Farmers Richard & Keith Carlisle honored for service to Delaware agriculture
By Kelli Steele

Brothers Keith and Richard Carlisle, who have been farming near Greenwood since the 1960s, were jointly honored for their service and contributions Thursday evening, presented with the Secretary's Award for Distinguished Service to Delaware Agriculture.

"Keith and Richard Carlisle have been actively serving and leading Delaware's farming community for five decades," said Delaware Secretary of Agriculture Ed Kee, who presented the award jointly with Acting U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Michael Scuse at the annual Delaware Agricultural Industry Dinner.

"They have been involved in almost every agricultural organization in the state, helped their fellow farmers selflessly, and tirelessly worked to promote agriculture," Kee said. "They have been innovators and supporters of research, and have always stood ready to lend a helping hand."

Both graduates of Bridgeville High School, the brothers grew up in a family whose farming roots in Delaware date back to the Civil War. After graduating from the University of Delaware - Keith in 1964 and Richard in 1967 - they returned to the family farm. Over the years, they have grown corn, soybeans, wheat, barley, lima beans, sweet corn, peppers, cucumbers and watermelon.

Both have earned the Distinguished Service Award from the Fruit and Vegetable Growers Association of Delaware. Richard has sat on the Delaware Soybean Board, held offices in the Delaware Farm Bureau, and been active in the University of Delaware's Ag Alumni Association. Keith has served as Delaware's representative on the board of directors of Agway and on the board of the Delaware Agricultural Museum and Village, and also earned the University of Delaware's Agricultural Alumni Award for Outstanding Service, or the Worrilow Award.

Keith is married to Carol, and the couple has two sons. Richard is married to Kathy, and they have two sons and a daughter.

Eventually, the brothers divided the family farm into two operations for estate and succession purposes, a forward-thinking plan that facilitated the entry of the next generation. Keith's son, Will, and Richard's sons, Richard Jr. and Cameron, are all involved in the farms.

The Agricultural Industry Dinner, in its 46th year, was attended by more than 400 people, including farmers, business leaders and elected officials. It is sponsored by the Delaware Council of Farm Organizations.

Past recipients of the Secretary’s Award include former MidAtlantic Farm Credit senior vice-president Kenny Bounds (2016); Farm Service Agency official Robin Talley (2015); Schiff Farms of Harrington (2015); farmers Laura Hill of Lewes and Barbara Sapp of Milton (2014); dairy farmer Walter C. Hopkins Sr. of Lewes (2013); U.S. Department of Agriculture Under Secretary Michael Scuse, a former Delaware secretary of agriculture (2012); Delmarva Farmer Senior Editor Bruce Hotchkiss (2012); James Baxter of Georgetown (2011); brothers David, Ed and Robert Baker of Middletown (2010); Bill Vanderwende of Bridgeville (2009); and Ed Kee of Lincoln (2008).



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New technology helps Ocean Pines Police quickly identify suspects
By Kelli Steele

Updated Friday, January 20, 2017 - 7:18pm

The Ocean Pines Police Department is set to receive a $30,030 grant from the state of Maryland for a technology upgrade that allows officers to quickly identify suspects involved in criminal actions. Officers are gaining the upper hand with the assistance
The Ocean Pines Police Department is set to receive a $30,030 grant from the state of Maryland for a technology upgrade that allows officers to quickly identify suspects involved in criminal actions. Officers are gaining the upper hand with the assistance of a new finger and palm printing machine.

According to the Ocean Pines Police Department, law enforcement agencies indicate that at least 30 percent of the prints lifted from crime scenes – from knife hilts, gun grips, steering wheels and window panes – are of palms, not fingers. For this reason, capturing and scanning latent palm prints is becoming an area of increasing interest among the law enforcement community, including the Ocean Pines Police Department.

An upgraded fingerprinting system, which has been recently installed, now helps to increase officer efficiency.

"In addition to identifying the individual, it also quickly searches state and federal criminal history databases for warrants that may still be in effect,” said Ocean Pines Police Chief David Massey. “Automation eliminates the old messy ink procedures, and accurately tells an officer that the print is acceptable, or whether a new re-print is necessary."

On April 6, 2016, an audit of the former fingerprint machine was conducted by the External Audit Unit of the Criminal Justice Information System Central Repository. The audit revealed Ocean Pines Police Department was not in compliance with submitting palm prints. The department had purchased the Livescan system in 2010, when Livescan did not include a palm reader because palm readers were not mandated at that time. The mandate to capture palm prints in Maryland was enacted back in May 2013 by the FBI.

"This machine will also enable members from our Sheriff's Office, who may make an arrest nearby Ocean Pines, to utilize our machine to enter suspect information, thereby freeing them from a lengthy journey back to Snow Hill,” said Chief Massey. “The cooperation of our Sheriff is supporting our grant was a factor in the approval process."

Ocean Pines is the largest year-round community in Worcester County. The Ocean Pines Police Department is the primary law enforcement agency for the Ocean Pines community, having mutual aid agreements with the Worcester County Sheriff’s Office and the Maryland State Police. The police department consists of 15 sworn officers, one (1) part-time sworn officer, four (4) full-time civilians and three (3) part-time civilian support staff. The Ocean Pines Police Department responded to 10,588 calls for service in 2015.

The community of Ocean Pines was founded in 1968 and is currently home to approximately 12,000 year-round residents according to the 2010 Census. In the summertime, May through October, the estimated seasonal population swells to over 25,000 residents and vacationers.

About The Grant

Governor Larry Hogan had announced the recipients of the Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grants, or BJAG awards. The recipients of the BJAG awards support a broad range of state and local criminal justice initiatives critical to Maryland’s ultimate goal of safe communities. Funds are intended to close gaps in services related to preventing violent crime, assisting crime victims, enforcement, prosecution, adjudication, detention and rehabilitation.



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Prime Hook National Wildlife Refuge to close for deer hunt Saturday
By The Associated Press

Updated Friday, January 20, 2017 - 2:24am

The Prime Hook National Wildlife Refuge public use area in Milton will be closed later this month to allow for a deer hunt.
The Prime Hook National Wildlife Refuge public use area in Milton will be closed Saturday to allow for a deer hunt.

Federal officials say the public use area, which includes the visitor contact station, will be closed all day tomorrow (Saturday).

Officials also are reminding outdoorsmen that only lottery selected and permitted hunters will have access to the headquarters area.





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Do you have to exercise hard to get results? The answer may surprise you
By WXDE News

Researchers take a look at the effects of "moderate intensity" exercise
It is a common belief that to really lose weight and get fit, you need to exercise a lot and need to exercise hard. Not so, according to new research. In studying different groups of people doing different intensity exercise, they found there was no additional health benefits from intense exercise.

When they compared people who walked for exercise Vs people who worked out at “moderate intensity” – both groups did the same in terms of weight loss, blood pressure, cholesterol and other measurements .

The conclusion was that it all has to do with the number of calories you burn during exercise – not so much the intensity of the exercise. So it may take longer to burn the same calories – but slow and easy is just as good as short and intense.

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Is it bad to cross your legs when you sit?
By Delaware 1059 News

Updated Friday, January 20, 2017 - 9:59am

Crossing your legs is an extremely common habit; most people don’t even notice that they’re doing it.
Crossing your legs is an extremely common habit; most people don’t even notice that they’re doing it.

But it can cause health problems. For one thing, it can lead to neck and back pain.

More importantly, a study published in the journal "Blood Pressure Monitoring" stated that sitting with your legs crossed can increase your blood pressure. The reason this happens is because the blood in your legs has to work against gravity to be pumped back to your heart, crossing one leg over the other increases resistance, making it even harder for the blood to circulate. This causes your body to increase your blood pressure to push the blood back to the heart. You won’t feel any immediate effects, but if you sit for long periods of time it’s important that you take note of how long you have your legs crossed for.

You shouldn’t have your legs crossed for more than 15 minutes, and it’s important that you get up and walk around at least once every hour.

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