The borough of West Hazleton has a reason to celebrate.
After four years, the battle over Native American Olympian Jim Thorpe's remains has ended. A federal appeals court ruled Thursday the Borough of Jim Thorpe will keep his body. Eyewitness News Reporter Sharon Gaeta has our story
Kids and kids at heart came together Thursday night for a night of Halloween food, fun, and fundraising.
A grant of nearly three hundred thousand dollars will help project students at one Lackawana College into the future. Eyewitness News Reporter Sharon Gaeta stopped by Keystone College for the story
A neighborhood is shaken after a home invasion in Williamsport's historic district. A person inside the home was reportedly hit in the face by the robbers. It happened near Penn College, in an area known as "Millionaire's Row."
The search for accused killer Eric Frein has moved into a more populated area in Monroe County. Eyewitness News Reporter Laurie Monteforte talks with people living in the midst of the search.
According to those on the scene- a tractor trailer- two SUV's and a car collided just before five.
The use of metal detectors in the Hazleton Area School District is viewed as a success by many in the district.
After weeks of serving meals for state troopers working on the Eric Frein search — the Barrett Township Volunteer Fire company has stepped aside. two other agencies will now prepare the meals at the former Barrett Elementary School building. Eyewitness News Reporter Laurie Monteforte has the details
It has been nearly two months since a hotel in Lackawanna County closed its doors following a carbon monoxide scare and it remains closed right now.
With the manhunt for Eric Frein impacting Halloween festivities in part of Monroe County, a community group in Scranton is looking to help out.
An I-Team follow-up report about an ongoing IRS- phone scam targeting area residents. It involves phone calls from people claiming to be from the IRS and threatening to arrest the person they're calling unless they pay supposed back taxes that day.
Here is what we are working on for Eyewitness News. It is Thursday, October 23, 2014
On Wednesday, Head Start program held a unique celebration for its 50th anniversary.
Forty Fort, Freeland and Danville
The Asplundh Company removed the trees at the Forty Fort residence free of charge.
Several customers involved
How do you visually show the 138 year history of Jessup in Lackawanna County? An artist who grew up in the area and who has practiced her talent all over the world, received a grant from the county and with the recommendation of the Jessup Borough, to make it happen. Photojournalist Joseph Butash introduces us to Heather Evans.
Man hit by car while walking across Wyoming Avenue
Police believe the students were on a bus to last Friday's game at Delaware Valley -- when one student started showing signs he was drunk.
31-YEAR-OLD CHRISTOPHER WEITE IS AN MAN WITH MANY DIFFERENT LOOKS, BUT HIS FAVORITE MAY PERHAPS BE THE MOST FRIGHTENING OF ALL.
U.S. Senator Bob Casey is getting involved in the manhunt for Eric Frein.
Police say a suspect came to the front door asking for directions but then forced his way in and attacked the homeowner.
A proposed bill could make it easier for people to donate organs, by preventing incentives to donors.
People weigh in on spooky decorations in Scranton.
It was a soggy night in one part of Lackawanna County, but it's not because of the weather.
The gym at Williamsport High School was transformed into an obstacle course as the army showed the benefits of teamwork.
The former Security Savings bank will have a new life as the City Arts Center. The Downtown Hazleton Alliance for Progress purchased the building and will transform it into a center for art.
Three high school students have been suspended and face expulsion from school after a gun scare last week. They also face criminal charges in connection with the incident.
Five years after filing for bankruptcy, a community in Pike County now has its financial house in order.
Homeowners in Lackawanna County have not seen a county-wide reassessment in more than 40 years and it is not expected to happen anytime soon.
Since the search for shooting suspect Eric Frein started, James Tully says he has been stopped by law enforcement and questioned at least twenty times.
Daybreak Anchor Tim Kelchner explains why the Wildcats of West Hazleton are our Cool School
The Ohio woman and her family said goodbye to the nurses and doctors at Geisinger who have been helping with Sharon's rehab the past few months.
Three townships in Monroe County remain closed to hunting and trapping due to the ongoing search for Eric Frein.
Change is coming to the PA Turnpike. Not the actual road, but for the employees who operate it.
Pittston City Police issued warrants for three people wanted on connection with a stabbing from October 17.
Police in Luzerne County are searching for a man who tried to hold up a bank.
The support for Pennsylvania State Police and the victims of a deadly shooting at the Blooming Grove barracks is not slowing down in the Poconos.
Can Dunkin Donuts and Curry Donuts survive the same turf or is a coffee battle brewing?
There are waiting lists for apartments in downtown Wilkes-Barre so say the developers of those apartments.
Students at Wilkes University are participating in National Collegiate Alcohol Awareness week.
The Hillside SPCA, which is just outside of Pottsville, has the most dogs they've ever had after two recent hoarding cases. Now they're looking for help in more than one way.
Police investigating the death of a 16 year old
State environmental officials are stepping-in to help put out an underground fire that continues to burn in Lackawanna County.
Police aren't the only ones searching for Eric Frein. We know of at least two bounty hunters who have searched the woods looking for the shooting suspect. Eyewitness news reporter Laurie Monteforte has the story
A school district was closed as police searched for Eric Frein in Monroe County.
Here is what we are working on for Eyewitness News. It is Tuesday, October 21, 2014
According to court documents, Paul York, a resident of the apartment building on 565 main street in Stroudsburg- now admits to police he set the fire.