The massive snow storm skirts our area, slowing down travelers headed east.
State Senator Lisa Boscola has reintroduced legislation that would require the removal of snow and ice from tractor-trailers before driving.
A Schuylkill County woman who plead guilty to throwing away her infant daughter in the trash was sentenced.
A Berks County man is facing sexual assault charges stemming from three incidents in Wyoming County.
Robert Lewis arrived at a Luzerne County Magistrate's office in a neck brace after being released from Lehigh Valley Hospital.
A police chase that spanned two counties, and more than forty miles, was caught on camera.
Speed restrictions and certain commercial truck bans may be issued.
Candice Kelly, and her husband Tom, welcomed their new daughter, Chloe James, at 9:55 Monday morning.
Storm is causing many change of plans
Former Lackawanna County Commissioner seeks a new trial.
3 are under arrest following an investigation by the State Attorney General's Office and Berwick Police.
Police are on the look out for a bank robber.
On Monday Eyewitness News stopped by Hadesty's Ace Hardware in Pottsville where we found people buying rock salt and shovels for the snow.
Eyewitness News is beginning a month long journey in recognition of Black History Month which is February, We begin tonight with a look at the early days.
Christina Strom testified that her Ex-boyfriend and accused double murderer Hugo Selenski gave her tens of thousands of dollars in the same time period in which Michael Kerkowski and Tammy Fassett went missing.
Students are walking in the shoes of a homeless person, Photojournalist Joseph Butash has the details.
Some people love this weather --- especially school-aged kids. Eyewitness News Reporter Laurie Monteforte found some enjoying the snow in Monroe County
Christina Strom takes the stand in the double murder trial
The weather forced many commuters to head to work early.
Here is what we are working on for Eyewitness News. It is Monday, January 26, 2015
“I’ve signed this declaration because we want to be able to send state resources wherever they’re needed as quickly as possible,” said Governor Wolf.
Some winter weather tips
A “Code Blue” alert is issued when the forecasted temperature in Lackawanna County (including wind chills) is expected to reach 20 degrees Fahrenheit or lower
It began in Pittston, Luzerne County around 3:30 Sunday afternoon,
The Prosecution calls Christina Strom
We have an advisory for those who take buses to and from New York City.
Snow is starting to pile up as parts of Northeast and Central Pennsylvania prepare for a big winter storm
Students at Wyoming Area Catholic School found out they had a snow day LIVE on Eyewitness News this morning.
National Catholic Schools Week is the annual celebration of Catholic Education in the U.S.
PennDOT has 2,250 trucks, 235 rental trucks and 200 trucks on standby across the state to respond to the weather.
Snow is on the way. Some area students say they had enough of winter already! Eyewitness News Reporter Joe Ducey has the story
A number of events are planned for the week.
Many Gather to Say Thank You to Chief Gary Williams
A Hazleton Man is under arrest on Assault and Hazleton Police are also investigating a fight at an area nightclub
On Sunday some folks spent part of their day getting ready for the snow that's coming to the area.
Teeing off a frozen lake in thirty degree weather isn't exactly your normal round of golf.
If the recent snowfall has you thinking spring, you are not alone.
Two well-known businesses in Luzerne County said farewell.
Hundreds of people came together in Schuylkill County to help injured veterans and their families.
While some people were busy digging out others were hitting the slopes.
Police in Luzerne County are looking for the brazen robber who flashed a gun and demanded cash from a business early Saturday morning.
Fire destroyed a home in northern Wayne County Saturday night.
A Lackawanna County man has entered a plea in connection with a deadly fire from two years ago.
A Schuylkill County man who state police say got angry because of the way snow was being plowed Saturday is expected to face charges.
A storm that started Friday night and lasted until Saturday morning left people cleaning up the snow.
Meteorologist Drew Anderson says we get more snow Sunday night.
The Eyewitness News viewers have been sending in photos of this morning's snow storm.
Plenty to see and do! New events added!
Have a great weekend from Eyewitness News