A Luzerne County woman has filed a class action lawsuit against the owners of more than a dozen McDonald's restaurants.
She claims she is being forced to pay fees to access her pay.
The controversy centers on debit cards given to employees of the restaurants to access their pay.
The I-Team's Andy Mehalshick has the story.
County council members called the handling of last week's primary election by the election board "embarrassing" and "disappointing." One school board race, it's claimed, could be marred because of errors made by election staff members. So far, county administrators have largely sidestepped efforts to get to the bottom of the mess.
The chairman of the Luzerne County Election Bureau who had already inserted his foot in his mouth a day earlier, confirmed to a local newspaper that he decided not to release election returns to TV news stations because reporters were "screaming and yelling and late to the game."
Kingston Police Chief Keith Keiper was placed on paid administrative leave earlier this week. Officials say it is the result of an ongoing internal policy review. A separate investigation has been underway at Wyoming Valley West School District concerning an activities account where off-duty officers were paid for security services, in cash.
Police file charges against two teens in bullying incident
Leo Glodzik, owner of L.A.G. Towing, Wilkes-Barre's exclusive towing contractor, is under investigation by several law enforcement agencies, according to sources close to the investigation.
Police arrested 23-year old Reese Tankalavage and 33-year old Christopher Albertson from Freeland.
Members of the Pittston Area School Board publicly debated reinstating Dr. Janet Donovan. The former principal for curriculum says she was demoted after refusing to "play ball" with a corrupt ex-superintendent.
Members of the Wilkes-Barre Area school board sent a strong message to the Hawkeye camera authority, voting to reject a $270,000 contract with the controversial city surveillance system.
Answering Mayor Thomas Leighton's challenge, Frank Sorick, president of the city's taxpayers association, filed two criminal complaints against city police and L.A.G. Towing.
The events surrounding a two-year-old crash could figure prominently in the ongoing investigation of L.A.G. Towing. Judy Mallott contacted Eyewitness News saying she was charged $650 for a tow and one night of storage by L.A.G., and she says police forced her to use L.A.G..