After two years of planning and raising money, a new veterans memorial will be unveiled this weekend in one Lackawanna County community.
A landmark restaurant in Scranton is getting more national attention after its Texas Wiener has been ranked among America's 75 Best!
Heavy rain caused the Delaware River to rise to dangerous levels.
Bargain Mom, Jenna Urban, stops by Eyewitness News to shares fun ideas & tips for your July 4th Celebrations.
Attorney General Kathleen Kane announced legal action against Golden Living Centers.
Heavy rain and wind damaged the H.D. Buehler Memorial Pool in Tamaqua.
Looking to get in shape this summer? Look no further than yoga!
Just hours after vetoing the state budget sent to his desk, Governor Tom Wolf met with state lawmakers Wednesday afternoon.
Police are looking for three people they say targeted a home in a quiet Luzerne County neighborhood.
The storm destroyed a car, a barn, and a shack, as well as uprooted trees in Riverside, near Danville.
Lackawanna County leaders are planning to better enforce a ban on skateboarding and rollerblading on courthouse square in Scranton.
A Tuesday night storm caused damage across two counties.
A former Carbondale police officer will not go to prison after being charged with beating a handcuffed man inside a police station.
The indoor waterpark is the largest in Pennsylvania.
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Investigators searched a wooded area for suspects.
Tannersville- Route 611 and Warner Road in Monroe County is closed due to flooding.
Police in two different Luzerne County communities are trying to determine if the same armed robbery suspect targeted both areas last night.
A man has been charged with a young boy's death more than two years after his passing.
The storms did not want to give up across Northeastern and Central Pennsylvania.
A bus driver makes a road rescue that's caught on camera.
Governor Tom Wolf announced his plan to veto the entire state budget two and a half hours before the midnight deadline.
A police officer will face charges in court for a deadly crash.
Two people from New York City are under arrest on prostitution charges in Monroe County.
A Lycoming County man will spend the next decade or more behind bars.
It started with the addition of the newly named Jim "Blackie" Caria Little League Field in Throop.
Generations of families, powered through coal.
Plymouth Township-A park in Luzerne County is now home to a new state park.
With a budget veto expected in some form tonight, local activists and educators are in Harrisburg watching the budget battle play out.
The decision on whether Pennsylvania meets its budget deadline is now in the hands of Governor Tom Wolf.
The I-Team traveled to Philadelphia in the ongoing investigation into a phone scam targeting area businesses and residents.
Pennsylvania residents cannot buy consumer fireworks in the keystone state.
What is often intended to be harmless 4th of July fun can quickly turn to tragedy.
Investigators say it happened as the mother of the victim and her younger brother were left home alone.
Chestnuthill Township leaders have warned a company it must clean up an illegal dump site or face a citation.
Investigators believe they stole more than 100 items from grave sites in two counties.
A truck hauling cabbage and tomatoes crashes on I-81 in Susquehanna County closing the road for a time.
Plymouth- Police are looking for the person who held up a Dunkin Donuts tonight.
At this time tomorrow we will be closing in on the deadline for Pennsylvania's $30 billion dollar operating budget.
The memory of fallen State Police Corporal Bryon Dickson will be honored with a permanent tribute that thousands of people will see each day.
Mount Carmel-A Mount Carmel woman told police a dispute with her landlord is the reason she torched her home over the weekend.
Some sad news tonight about one of our longtime colleagues in the broadcasting business.
Great Bend-The manhunt for two escaped killers in upstate New York ended dramatically yesterday when David Sweat was shot and captured alive.
Shannon Herbert says her husband did not deserve to die the way he did--62 year old Larry Herbert was hit by two vehicles as he crossed a Hanover Township street in April. The drivers fled the scene.
Wilkes-Barre-College freshman are getting oriented with their new home away from home by giving back to the community.
20 year old U.S. Army Private First Class from Shamokin was awarded a Bronze Star and Purple Heart Monday--65 years after he died in a North Korean Prisoner of War Camp.
Roughly 175 volunteers from all across the country and spending their week in West Scranton helping homeowners with renovation projects.
Wilkes-Barre-A man is now facing charges for five separate robberies at four different locations and they all happened the same day in Luzerne County.
Several kids from New York City are getting a chance to experience life outside the big city this summer.