Sharon Budd, who is from Ohio, was seriously hurt when she was hit by a rock while on Interstate 80. On Saturday hundreds of people showed up for a fundraiser in her honor.
Officers say someone took the beams, which were meant for a bridge project from the site of the Sydney Street Bridge Project in Wilkes-Barre.
Some unknown person(s) knocked over several garbage cans and two portable toilets during the overnight hours of July 25th at the Little League Complex in Frackville.
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The Wyoming Valley Health and Education Foundation is demolishing properties in the Rolling Mill Hill section of the city.
Construction is underway on the new kiss theater at East End Center in Wilkes-Barre Township.
The *Things 4 Everyone* Thrift shop on Salem Avenue in Carbondale is going out of business.
People who live in the area say they're sick and tired of looking at a row of dilapidated homes on Girard Street.
Racoons run wilds
More than one thousand people are protesting a "liquified natural gas terminal" slated for Maryland. The facility is the first of its kind for this part of the U.S. and the impacts could be felt here in Pennsylvania. Eyewitness news D-C Correspondent Chenelle Terry has both sides of the heated debate.
Police are looking for the man who robbed the NBT Bank on Main Street in Dickson City Friday afternoon.
A statement Friday by the Archbishop of Philadelphia has Catholics across the country excited.
A Schuylkill County Veteran credits the I-Team with his getting an apology from the V-A after a disrespectful phone call from a V-A employee.
Besides getting spiritual nourishment, people attending the annual Novena to St. Ann in Scranton are also getting to eat some pretty good food thanks, in part, to Fr. Fran Landry.
Residents and firefighters are looking for answers.
Students say this is the opportunity of a lifetime.
Here is what we are working on for Eyewitness News. It is Friday, July 25, 2014
The following work is scheduled for this week throughout Northeastern Pennsylvania
Eyewitness News Daybreak Crew facing their fears this week.
It's now ranked in the top 11 flight schools in the country, and it's right in Luzerne County! Eyewitness News Reporter Jasmine Brooks has the story from Valley Aviation in Forty Fort.
Former Scott Township Police Chief James Romano was in court for the sixth time Friday.
Wilfred Fritz marks a milestone! 102 Years Young!
For the second time this week police in Wilkes-Barre are investigating the sexual assault of a child.
A truck driver is dead after a violent crash in Columbia County on Thursday.
The News is good from the garlic field
A female employee of the Osterhout Free Library was assaulted inside the library just before noon on Thursday. Police nabbed the suspect two blocks away from the library and filed charges against him.
Update: The crash scene has been cleared. Westbound lanes and Light Street Exit are open
A veteran from Schuylkill County called the I-Team for help after he said he was disrespected by an employee of the V.A. Medical Center near Wilkes-Barre. It all had to do with a phone voice message that was never meant to be heard.
Business owners worry construction will hurt them.
A newly created position will address women's unique needs.
A new study is helping to show how much of an economic impact the Lackawanna Heritage Valley is having each year.
A college in Scranton has agreed to buy one of the biggest office buildings in the downtown section of Scranton.
While the upheaval in Ukraine exists far away, it's reverberating all across the world including in northeastern and central Pennsylvania.
Here is what we are working on for Eyewitness News. It is Thursday, July 24, 2014
Police and emergency crews remain on the scene along I-80 West near the Light Street Exit in Columbia County. Two tractor trailers collided along the stretch of road. I-80 in the area is down to one lane.
What's your biggest fear? Would you have the guts to face it? Part 2 of our "Fear Series" continues and Tim Kelchner and Monica Madeja tried our best to face our fear of snakes - with some help from the experts.
One person in custody
New life to one section of the Electric City has business owners feeling optimistic. Just hours after reports of Lackawanna College's plans to purchase Adams Plaza in Downtown Scranton were released. Eyewitness News Reporter Jasmine Brooks caught up with a hopeful business owner nearby.
A Lackawanna County bakery is getting ready for its national debut.
According to Monroe County Bob Allen, 22 year old Cavin Blount of Brooklyn, NY was in the pool when swimmers noticed he wasn't breathing.
The effort is underway to combat the threat of the virus in central Pennsylvania.
The Little Sisters of the Poor celebrated Resident's Day Thursday afternoon at Holy Family Residence
Back Mountain Harvest Assembly Church in Dallas hosting week long camp
A community service project inspired a Luzerne County teenager to help a local fire department buy much needed rescue equipment. As Eyewitness News Reporter Sharon Gaeta tells us, this teen says the outpouring of support from the community helped him double his goal.
Several packages fell off a truck that was driving in the Roaring Brook Township area just before 11:00 am.
PennDOT Announces Two 70 mph Pilot Locations
Scranton police say the victim of a violent crash Tuesday night is the chancellor of the Diocese of Scranton.
97 year old Gertrude Price was murdered inside her Nanticoke home on Thanksgiving and her family says they can't rest until her killer is caught.