17-year-old Autumn Young was killed on a crash on Sunday. On Monday the Panther Valley High School community mourned her loss.
He is so badly wounded, you can see an exposed tendon.
Two suspects who were involved in two separate deadly crashes involving alcohol entered guilty pleas in Lackawanna County Monday.
Update:In custody Police are looking for Demetrius Franklin
Staff at an animal shelter set up a fund to pay for health care bills.
The five elementary schools in Scranton will soon see extra police activity with a new "Cops and Kids" program that launched on Monday.
Here is what we are working on for Eyewitness News. It is Monday, March 2, 2015
Teachers are on strike in the Riverside School District.
Mary Timko of Simpson entered a guilty plea in a deadly crash from last year.
David Turano admits he was drunk when he crashed into another car on in Old Forge last August.
A cancer diagnosis can be earth-shattering. And for many people it can bring out more than just sadness or worry.
Women of all ages kicked and punched their way to empowerment at Galli's Fighting Chance School of Self Defense.
Fundraiser helps stock the shelves of St. Francis of Assisi Soup Kitchen
Many hit the slopes for snow tubing fun.
A celebration of the season in Luzerne County
Another blast of winter weather caused problems on major roadways Sunday and it also had some people saying their ready for warmer temperatures.
People got pampered for pets in Lackawanna County to support hundreds of animals in need.
Dozens of people worked-up a sweat in Luzerne County for a good cause.
Students in Luzerne County got some help this weekend with planning their futures.
Hundreds of jobs are up for grabs in the Poconos to help staff a new waterpark.
Police say a Hazleton man was intoxicated when he allowed a ten-year-old girl to drive a vehicle.
Two vehicles collided Saturday evening partially closing Route 61.
Police are investigating if a woman involved in the crash suffered a medical condition at the wheel.
Eyewitness News spoke with the family, and community members. about the decision that accused triple murder, Rockne Newell, is fit for a trial.
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Goodbye February and Hello March! Plenty of new events added!
While many associate having a stroke with the elderly, it can also happen to younger people as a member of the Eyewitness News team found out first hand. (Parts one and two)
A judge has determined accused Monroe County triple murderer Rockne Newell is fit to stand trial.
Women's undergarments are disappearing from the display drawers at Victoria's Secret in the Wyoming Valley Mall.
Hundreds of people celebrated the 70th birthday of former Scranton Mayor, Jim McNulty Friday night. McNulty is battling colon cancer and part of the party was a fundraiser.
A new monthly event at a popular seafood restaurant in Scranton is helping out a local charity.
Those suffering from cabin fever and who isn't can get a taste of the outdoors at an event in Luzerne County.
This is the 19th year for the event.
Mark Hiller and Sharon Gaeta Read to students as part of "Read Across America"
It was a party in downtown Hazleton Friday as dozens of people celebrated the 171 birthday of the Dominican Republic.
The probe into a possible security breach at Luzerne County 911 now involves count detectives so say 911 officials. The case centers around a posting on Facebook that contained sensitive information.
Just about two weeks after a Lackawanna County majority commissioner announced his resignation, there is another shake-up in county government.
Customers and employees were surprised to learn this week that a well-known health food store in Lackawanna County is going up for sale.
Here is what we are working on for Eyewitness News. It is Friday, February 27, 2015
Owners of a Pocono resort work hard to protect the environment.
The Polar Run raised money for an animal shelter.
Two girls in Schuylkill County put pen to paper to try and make a difference. They wrote a 72 page book about bullying.
There is another shake up in Lackawanna County politics today. This morning, current Republican minority commissioner Pat O'Malley abruptly switched his political party. Eyewitness News reporter Eric Deabill has the story.
Inspired by Penn State University's successful Thon Fundraiser, students at Pleasant Valley Elementary School will hold their very own, Mini-Thon to raise money for a good cause.
A student from East Stroudsburg University says the journey is far from over.
Emergency crews got an unusual call Thursday night, when a runaway train car ended up in Scranton.
An investigation is underway after sensitive information from the Luzerne County communications center was posted online.
The strike was originally postponed to attempt to reach an agreement.
The DA determined the school resource officer did no wrongdoing.