A Lackawanna County bakery is getting ready for its national debut.
According to Monroe County Bob Allen, 22 year old Cavin Blount of Brooklyn, NY was in the pool when swimmers noticed he wasn't breathing.
The effort is underway to combat the threat of the virus in central Pennsylvania.
The Little Sisters of the Poor celebrated Resident's Day Thursday afternoon at Holy Family Residence
Back Mountain Harvest Assembly Church in Dallas hosting week long camp
A community service project inspired a Luzerne County teenager to help a local fire department buy much needed rescue equipment. As Eyewitness News Reporter Sharon Gaeta tells us, this teen says the outpouring of support from the community helped him double his goal.
Several packages fell off a truck that was driving in the Roaring Brook Township area just before 11:00 am.
PennDOT Announces Two 70 mph Pilot Locations
Scranton police say the victim of a violent crash Tuesday night is the chancellor of the Diocese of Scranton.
97 year old Gertrude Price was murdered inside her Nanticoke home on Thanksgiving and her family says they can't rest until her killer is caught.
If you can't drive 55 or 65, you're in luck. The Pennsylvania Turnpike and PennDOT are increasing the speed limit in some areas across the state.
A delay in dispatching fire departments to a deadly fire in Mocanaqua was the result of understaffing at the Luzerne County 911 center, so says the Union representing 911 dispatchers.
People who forget to feed the meter in Pottsville might be able to avoid the fine that usually comes with it. The Pottsville Parking Authority is rolling out a "Courtesy Ticket Program".
The Backyard BBQ continues this week at the home of Mike Kelly in Shavertown, Luzerne County.
An area animal shelter needs people to adopt pets to make room for others.
Farmers emphasize produce from your local grower is safe to eat.
Here is what we are working on for Eyewitness News- It is Wednesday, July 23, 2014
The 50-thousand square foot store will be located at the East End Centre in the former Price Chopper location.
Daybreak Anchor Tim Kelchner faces his greatest fear!
A car and tractor trailer collided along the Davis Street Bridge in Scranton around 8:30 Tuesday night.
A young lady from Lycoming County will soon compete to be named Miss Teen U.S.A. 2014. Sixteen year old Sydney Robertson of Williamsport is the reigning Miss Pennsylvania Teen U.S.A. She will compete in The Bahamas in August.
Eyewitness News Reporter Jasmine Brooks has an interesting conversation with popular psychic....Shirlet Enama -of Columbia County.
First responders in Hazleton spent much of today rescuing a woman who was impaled on a wrought iron fence.
A woman is in the hospital after a fiery crash tonight in Lackawanna County.
34-year-old Joseph Senese of Taylor was arrested on Tuesday.
Judy Goss and Margarita Mendoza join Jasmine Brooks on Eyewitness News Daybreak to talk about new chapter of "Over 40 Females".
As we bake in the heat of summer - public pools get jam packed. But since pools are so expensive to operate, many have closed over the years. Eyewitness news reporter Laurie Monteforte tells us about the struggles pool operators face.
July 22 through 27!
From Pennsylvania to new jersey and beyond... People of all ages are coming together with a common goal.. To help keep the Delaware river the beautiful natural resource that it is. Kittatinny canoes is celebrating its 25th year of cleaning up the jewel, with plenty of volunteers. Today photo journalist Joseph Butash tagged along.
The American Red Cross is again putting out a call for blood and platelet donors. All blood types are needed. Eyewitness News Reporter Sharon Gaeta has more.
Corn prices are the lowest they've been in years and many farmers who rely on field corn for their income... are struggling. Eyewitness News Reporter Valerie Tysanner spoke with a farmer in Central Pennsylvania on Tuesday who gives insight into the problem.
A Scranton man who worked as a handy-man throughout Lackawanna County was arrested today
Wilkes-Barre Police are investigating the reported rape of a 9 year old girt in the Heights section of the city on Monday night.
Luzerne County officials say it was human error that led to a delay in 911 dispatching firefighters to wrong location during deadly fire.
An audit released Tuesday by the Pennsylvania Auditor General claims the natural gas industry outpaced DEP's ability to oversea the industry.
A brand new summer camp in Lackawanna County is giving young kids a taste of the performing arts.
GIANT/MARTIN’S ALERTS CUSTOMERS TO VOLUNTARY RECALL FROM WAWONA PACKING COMPANY
Here is what we are working on for Eyewitness News. It is Tuesday, July 22, 2014
The Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board urges families to look out for their loved ones.
Wegmans Issues Voluntary Recall of Bakery Products That May Contain Fresh Peaches, Nectarines and Plums Supplied by Wawona Packing Company
His parents have been there for Chris every step of the way since his early days at Montrose Area Junior-Senior High School.
A rescue dog inspires a family to start a new business in Carbon County. It's called "Stray Dog Candles & Stuff." As Eyewitness News Reporter Sharon Gaeta tells us they're hoping to this line of candles will help shed light on the need for adopting pets.
A woman from Ohio is recovering from a violent act. Police say three of the four teenagers responsible for throwing a rock over an overpass onto a moving car are now charged as adults. Reporter Joe Garrison spoke with the woman's husband and has more on her recovery.
12-year old Jillian Smith of Mocanaqua was welcomed home from the USA gymnastics championships in Kentucky.
The incident happened along route 248 near Palmerton on Friday.
Six Arby's Restaurants scattered throughout northeastern and central Pennsylvania shut down with little warning.
A Bradford County community is mourning the loss of a teenager who was killed in a crash early Sunday morning near Wyalusing.
Police in Luzerne County are warning people to watch out for a possible scam. It involves a person pretending to be with a local water company.
A visiting preacher at this year's Novena to St. Ann in Scranton is sharing his first-hand account of a troubled island nation.
The cleanup in central Pennsylvania will require a lot of time and effort.