Suspected cop killer Eric Frein is in custody after a 48 day manhunt, and will be arraigned Friday morning.
The Pocono Township family lives walking distance from where investigators found Eric Frein.
The manhunt for Eric Frein is over. Frein was taken into custody on Thursday night.
News Conference on the capture of Eric Frein
The capture of Eric Frein brings to an end an exhaustive, nearly two month search. During the manhunt, police revealed various findings along the way that eventually led them to finding Frein Thursday night
People crowded a restaurant to celebrate the end of a long manhunt.
Video from NBC Affiliate WCAU- Philadelphia outside Blooming Grove State Police Barracks-
A note from Eyewitness News: Due to the developments in the Eric Frein case- Eyewitness News is canceling the Friday Morning Pep Rally that was set for Friday Morning at Crestwood High School
Senator Pat Toomey releases statement on Frein
Suspected cop killer Eric Frein was captured Thursday night after a 48-day manhunt according to Pennsylvania State Police. Follow Eyewitness News on Twitter He was captured at an airplane hangar in Pocono Township. He is accused of killing State Police Cpl. Bryon Dickson and wounding Trooper Alex Douglass in a shooting ambush at the Blooming Grove Barracks on September 12th.
Congressman Lou Barletta issues a statement on the capture of Eric Frein
State Troopers searched the Shickshinny Borough Police Department evidence room Thursday
Students found out first hand how health and medical personnel must protect themselves when dealing with highly infectious diseases.
A bank in Lackawanna County became the target of a thief for the second time in just over a month Thursday.
After 21 years of planning, a long awaited project to renovate an old school in Scranton is just getting off the ground.
Kistler Elementary School in Wilkes-Barre adds some Halloween magic to learning
An art studio in Luzerne County is allowing dozens of people with disabilities to flourish.
Here is what we are working on for Eyewitness News. It is Thursday, October 30, 2014
Police are investigating.
Buildings, businesses, street signs, and telephone poles were all tagged with spray paint between Sunday night and Monday morning.
Gov. Tom Corbett has signed into law a first-time-ever state program for small disaster assistance, after the General Assembly overwhelmingly passed a bill authored by Sen. Lisa Baker, R-20.
They are collecting non-perishable foods every Thursday for the next four weeks.
Two Luzerne County men are locked up on drug charges.
Police tell Eyewitness News they're looking for two men dressed in camouflage armed with shotguns, who held up the "People's Neighborhood Bank" in Waverly
Battling Cancer and inspiring others 140 characters at time, Eyewitness News anchor Tim Kelchner has the story of a Lycoming County man who's healing with hashtags.
Experts trying to determine how big the fire is burning underground
New life for an old building, a groundbreaking Thursday morning on the former North Scranton Junior High School, abandoned for years.
According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), Halloween is a statistically dangerous night for drunk driving
Trick-or-Treaters will be out on sidewalks and streets. We have some important safety tips.
A skateboarder was taken to the hospital after being hit by a car in Luzerne County.
Halloween is on Friday, and a group of ghost hunters is sharing their experiences from what they call the most haunted places in northeastern Pennsylvania.
Police accuse David Charles Bean of breaking into more than a dozens homes and stealing items in pillowcases.
The Jacob Stroud Mansion, home of the Monroe County Historical Society, is getting a new roof.
Many community members are happy to see the old Carlton House torn down in Downtown Stroudsburg.
A Susquehanna County woman went before a judge Wednesday on accusations that she did not adhere to regulations that were imposed upon her.
The unemployment rate in Northeastern Pennsylvania dropped slightly in September but for those looking for work the drop means little to nothing.
Dispatching confusion during a deadly fire in May sounded the alarm about understaffing at Luzerne County 9-1-1 and today county officials responded to those concerns.
Many Eyewitness News viewers question why a sow and her three cubs were not handled more humanely.
The professional baseball player from Clarks Summit helped motivate students to dream big.
Barrett Township is making an investment to keep officers safe.
State Police say the search areas remain the same and the search numbers remain the same in Price, Barrett, Pocono and Paradise Townships.
Meeting set for Tonight, Wedneday, October 29 and Thursday, October 30
An anti-fracking activist, in Susquehanna County Court as Cabot Oil and Gas looks to bar the woman from areas near their wells.
With Halloween fast approaching, we have some tips to keep your kids safe when they go trick or treating.
"Rachel's Challenge" is a nationwide initiative to spread kindness in honor of a student who lost her life to violence.
Two men are under arrest tonight accused of robbing a deli in a Luzerne County town.
A second person has been arrested in connection with a meth lab explosion in Luzerne County.
A contractor was killed in carbon county after coming in contact with a power line.
Putting away money for your own funeral is becoming very popular, but a woman in Luzerne County says the undertaker she trusted with that money skipped town with the cash.
October may be "National Bullying Prevention Month," but a school district in Northumberland County is making sure that message is followed year round.