Joe Biden will speak at the Greater Pittston Area Friendly Sons of St. Patrick banquet on Monday, March 17.
Residents of Ashley Park say someone has been stealing fuel from their vehicles and home heating oil from their storage tanks.
People who live near Route 93 near Beaver Meadows in Carbon County say they fear the spring meltdown will lead to more accidents.
Al Boscov, chairman of the Boscov's Department Stores, addressed the foreclosure of the Mall at Steamtown as paperwork was filed in court Friday.
There is new life in an old bar building on Franklin Avenue as Ale Mary's gets set to open up Friday night.
Sled builders went all out for the Cardboard Classic.
Here is what we are working on for Eyewitness News. It is Friday, March 7, 2014
A nearby lake, which would have been the water source to battle the flames, was frozen.
Gregory Barnas, a veteran fire captain died while fighting a fire in New Jersey.
Al Boscov, chairman of the Boscov's Department Store chain, publically announced plans to try and buy the Mall at Steamtown Friday morning.
Al Boscov made his intentions known this morning at a meeting for tenants at the Mall in Downtown Scranton. The mall is expected to be forced into foreclosure -- because it is nearly 40 million dollars in debt. Eyewitness News Eric Deabill live report.
Eyewitness News Reporter Jasmine Brooks is live from Riverside High School in Taylor. She's wrapping up a successful week with the eighth grade students who are celebrating Read Across America Week.
Members of the Eyewitness News Team take part in Read Across America- Josh Hodell and Dave Kuharchik share a story or two.
All the employees at Gentex Optics in Fell Township have been told that starting in October they'll be out of a job.
Three West Scranton Intermediate students took third place in a national competition against more than 2,300 other entries.
State Police say Jessica Miller of Towanda allegedly stole $97,619.00 from five victims.
This weekend, the city of Pittston will host its first Saint Patrick's Parade since the 1950s.
The rig and the two vehicles it was hauling went hurtling through a guide rail and down an embankment. It caused commotion in a small neighborhood and a big job for a towing company.
New steps are being taken to fight the the heroin problem in our area. Lycoming county officials are introducing new initiatives.. they hope will stop addiction before it begins. Valerie Tysanner has our story
Tenants and shoppers reacted Thursday to news of a pending foreclosure for the Mall at Steamtown.
A Scranton man was charged Thursday in connection with a pedestrian crash earlier this week.
Roughly 150 workers will soon be out of a job after Essilor announced plans to close its facility in Fell Township.
Area law enforcement officials say people can check out possible scammer in s matter of minutes on their home computer.
Managers at the Mall at Steamtown confirmed that the facility in downtown Scranton is facing foreclosure.
Area Law enforcement is warning residents about a mail lottery scam. People are sent a bogus check that will start the process to be awarded $50,000.
There will be a lane closure on I-81 North near mile maker 172 starting at 8 p.m. tonight for replacement of damaged guidrails from today's crash. Motorist should use caution when traveling in the area.
Here is what we are working on for Eyewitness News. It is Thursday, March 6, 2014.
Heroin is becoming a larger problem in our area according to law enforcement officials. In an I-Team report, they spoke to our Valerie Tysanner about how they're trying to stop the problem.
Two men are dead after they were hit by a car on Interstate 80 west in Clinton County early this morning.
New details are emerging this morning about the fate of the Mall at Steamtown in Downtown Scranton
A frightening scene in Luzerne County this morning after a tractor trailer car carrier flips over interstate 81 in Plains Township, trapping two people. It happened just after 8:30 this morning between the Pittston and Wilkes-Barre exits.
Eyewitness News reporter Jasmine Brooks is live from Kingston with some furry friends!
Major news is coming soon about the fate of the Mall at Steamtown in Downtown Scranton
After 11 years, a Pocono family finally adopted their Guatemalan daughter.
Sometimes it's easier to hop on a computer than run to the store. Which is why a small distillery in our area is thrilled about a proposed new law.. that would let it to ship directly to customers.
Former Penn State Assistant Coach Mike McQueary reportedly told players that he was the victim of sexual assault.
Welcome news tonight for tens of thousands of area residents who take part in a federally subsidized flood insurance program. Your rates will not skyrocket.. the U.S house passed an insurance reform bill that will keep premiums in check
After hearing complaints from drivers and business owners, Scranton officials and PennDOT addressed the timing of many downtown street lights Wednesday.
Wilkes University Announces Multi-Million Dollar Campus Projects. University purchases former Bartikowsky Jewelers building
A dog and her puppies continue to recover after they were rescued from an alleged meth lab in Columbia County last month.
A Lackawanna County who was involved in a crash that killed a toddler two years ago was back in court Wednesday.
Two men jump to help when a neighbor falls through ice.
Here is what we are working on for Eyewitness News. It is Wednesday. March 5, 2014
Information Courtesy of Penn State University Athletic Communications
World of Little League®: Peter J. McGovern Museum and Official Store Announces New, Free Admission Policy for Military and Little Leaguers
For the next 40 days, a popular pizza shop in Lackawanna County has a special dish for lent.
14 students were on the bus, one was taken to the hospital for treatment, four others had minor injuries.
When you pull into a drive-thru, you can get a hamburger or you can get a car wash, but today in Monroe County, a church is offering an interesting option that allows you to take part in a religious holiday, even if you're tight on time.