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There was plenty of reaction today in downtown Hazleton as State and local officials inspected the railroad crossing at South Church and Chestnut Streets. The inspection came in the aftermath of a school bus-train encounter several weeks ago.
The Shawnee on The Delaware is helping people by providing a hot meal every other Wednesday
Commissioners in Wyoming County have a big decision to make regarding a sand transfer station that's proposed for the Tunkhannock area.
State and Local officials inspected a Hazleton railroad crossing today after an incident involving a train and a school bus. The inspection was prompted by a series of I-Team reports about the incident.
It took firefighters in Lackawanna County several hours to bring a raging fire under control Wednesday afternoon and firefighters risked their own safety to save something for the fire victims.
A local seventeen year old boy built a food pantry that opened its doors to the public.
Once finished, the Luzerne County site should benefit the community in more ways than one.
Here is what we are working on for Eyewitness News. It is Wednesday, December 17, 2014
Nearly $5 million in fraud exposed by ongoing Attorney General investigation of District 6
New traffic pattern for southbound motorists set to start Dec. 18.
A Lackawanna County based charity is helping provide a brighter Christmas for less fortunate families.
It was a terrifying situation, a school bus full of children, caught under a railroad crossing as a train approaches. It recently happened in Hazleton. Now officials are now looking into safety concerns at that crossing. I-Team's Andy Mehalshick has our story.
Did you know that the man who wrote the lyrics to "Winter Wonderland" was from Wayne County. Photo Journalist Joe Butash has our story!
Two Schools in Monroe County are coming together to help community members learn new technology.
A man is accused of trying to strangle an autistic teen with a blanket and then trying to light himself on fire in Lackawanna County.
The Jewish faith is celebrating the first night of Hanukkah.
An armed robbery has left a lot of people in Clinton County on edge.
A man had a close call after his car was hit by a train in Luzerne County. .
A woman known for her competitive spirit is now fighting an aggressive cancer.
A man who spent more than 40 years serving his community was honored in Luzerne County.
An intense manhunt near Philadelphia is over bringing some relief to the three communities where a man went on a killing spree Monday.a.
The Dunmore Bucks have wowed people across our area with their stellar performance this year. Including one man more than 100 miles away. He did something very unique to express his pride in the football team. Eyewitness News Reporter Valerie Tysanner sat down with him today... And has our story from Clinton County
People in Lackawanna County got creative today to raise money for an area animal sanctuary.
Charges have been filed in connection with an animal abuse case in Lackawanna County. .
Monday night's 6-5 vote paves the way for tens of thousands of Luzerne County property owners to pay more for the homes they occupy beginning in 2015.
Was the death of a Kingston man preventable? The family of Vincent Marcario say he might be alive today if there had not been a 20 minute delay in getting an ambulance to his home.
Organizers completed another successful program of making the holiday season brighter for hundreds of senior citizens.
Saylorsburg man warns people to be careful about accepting so-called prizes.
A benefit was held to help women in need of a job get on their feet.
Some groups in Schuylkill County are looking for help the next couple of weeks. Businesses in Pottsville are collecting food for their annual food drive.
Vincent Marcario of Kingston would be alive today if an ambulance had gotten to his home sooner, so says his sister and mother.
Here is what we are working on for Eyewitness News. It is Tuesday, December 16, 2014
Bridge Work to Close Northeastern Extension Dec. 16 Northbound I-476 will be closed for six hours between Keyser Avenue and Clarks Summit.
Officers say the driver hit a utility pole with this pick-up truck and then took off in another vehicle, possibly a green colored S-U-V.
Hundreds of local elementary school students are taking part in the Do You Want To Build A Snowman Contest at the Steamtown Mall
Someone stole a large blow-up decoration from a popular Christmas display in Hanover Township.
A Northumberland County native is still going home a champion, after a three-day run on Jeopardy!
A man in Bradford County had to be rushed to the hospital after being shocked while working on power lines.
Houses on Duboistown's Summer Street, known to many as "Candy Cane Lane" have been getting decked out in lights for nearly six decades.
A Family Tradition in the Poconos
With just a few weeks left, 2014 is proving to be less deadly in Luzerne County as the homicide rate is lower then the year prior.
Humane Society officers want to know what lead to the death of a horse in Luzerne County.
On Monday John Kuniskas admitted to being bhiend the wheel and killing 65-year-old Jean Darsky. As a result of the plea he'll serve six months to a year in prison.
Mount Airy Casino Resort surprised layaway customers with $5,000.
Details are slowly emerging about a Lycoming County man who was shot and killed over the weekend.
Here is what we are working on for Eyewitness News. It is Monday, December 15, 2014