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911 Dispatchers confirm that four people are dead tonight after a 2 car crash in Carbon County.
Eyewitness News was there as police removed items from Affinity Massage in Tannersville.
Area Senior Center Plays Santa to Pets
Christ Episcopal Church has donated to Golden Living Center for the past three years.
One family is receiving more than toys this Christmas through a program called Adopt-A-Family.
The new owner of Alpine Mountain, Kevin Fabiano, has made a lot of changes to the property. He calls the "new" Alpine a place for families.
It enables people with disabilities to have a more secure financial future.
A grave maker was stolen from a Synder County cemetery.
Police in Monroe County are trying to track down the man behind an attempted abduction.
Slippery conditions on a section of Interstate 81 Friday morning caused several crashes, including one that involved a horse named Scarlett!
The message is clear-- Don't drink and drive. The DUI Victims Memorial was on Public Square in Wilkes-Barre on Friday.
Your Community Live is on the road for Harry Connick Jr's Musical "The Happy Elf as it opened at the Scranton Cultural Center.
Here is what we are working on for Eyewitness News. It is Friday, December 19, 2014
Two fugitives still at large
Unit 1 at Susquehanna Nuclear Power Plant Reconnected to the Power Grid
Pocono Mountain Regional police say numerous charges have been filed against Randi Feliciano.
The DUI Victims Moving Memorial will be at Public Square, Downtown Wilkes Bare from 11a.m. to 1 p.m. on Friday, December 19, 2014.
A group of veterans and some anonymous local business owners are answering the prayers of parishioners in Luzerne County.
A federal judge sentenced Peter Capitano Thursday morning.
Cal Ripken Junior presents donation to Hazleton's Joe Maddon's foundation
An old school building -- which has been empty for nearly 15 years -- will soon be coming back to life in Scranton. Renovations have just started at the former East Scranton Junior High School in the city's Hill Section.
Over 18,000 toys have been donated to Monroe County families in need. Brianna Strunk has our story.
Harry DeVrieze pleaded guilty to one misdemeanor count of theft.
The family of 46 year old Vincent Marcario of Kingston says they will take legal action against Luzerne County as a result of 911 confusion that sent an ambulance to the wrong location. Marcario died less than an hour after the initial 911 call.
For the past decade West Scranton High School's Student Council has given back to those in need through the Angel on the Tree program.
The fire started inside a nurse's station
A rash of home invasions in northumberland county is putting a strain on the police force and leaving many residents worried for their safety.
Sanofi Pasteur helps twenty-nine families and their children this holiday season
Family cat is missing
The reward fund, which totaled just over $2,000 dollars, was set up by Wilkes-Barre Towing Contractor Bob Kadluboski.
Luzerne County SHINE will be phased in over a three year period beginning in Fall 2015.
After 45 years in business, a car care center in Lackawanna County was destroyed by fire Thursday afternoon.
Here is what we are working on for Eyewitness News. It is Thursday, December 18, 2014
Clothes and money donations will be accepted
Fire crews are battling a fire at Legg's Car Care
Winter begins on Sunday- but the slopes are open!
Proposed layoffs canceled
The 17-year-old boy was then flown to a trauma center for further treatment.
Police say a 19-year-old woman was found with gunshot wounds to her head and hand.
Several crews are on the scene of a fire at River View Personal Care in Jenkins Township, Luzerne County.
Many enjoy a free night of ice skating to benefit Toys for Tots program.
First Liberty Bank robbed Wednesday afternoon
Thieves have hit a Luzerne County church twice in one week.
At least 5 fires have been started inside one of the buildings in one housing complex in Luzerne County.
New machine- new fee
New owner for the team!