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A technological nightmare of sorts as Luzerne County's website imploded Tuesday night, failing to carry election results. The chairman of the election bureau, under questioning, responded, "We're trying to run a friggin' election here."
A restaurant botches children's dance team fundraiser and the owner admits he has written at least one bad fundraiser check.
Police continue to investigate a shooting during a home invasion in Hazleton. It also has some taking a closer look at the state law called The Castle Doctrine.
A Hazleton man reacts to his brother shooting a home intruder.
Wilkes-Barre towing contractor Leo Glodzik warned city leaders, and one councilman in particular, late Thursday that he intends to sue them for false and malicious statements; a city spokesman called the timing of the threat of litigation unique.
Wilkes-Barre's mayor and police chief deflected questions Wednesday about an apparent federal investigation probing the operations of a city towing contractor.
A policy requiring students at Mahanoy Area High School to sign out toilet paper is being widely debated; school leaders say the policy was developed after $2,000 worth of vandalism happened in a boy's bathroom.
Speaking for the first time publicly, Diane Mellow recounted her 52-year relationship with ex-husband, Robert Mellow, the ex-senator who is imprisoned on corruption-related charges.
Demoted for refusing to do business with a former superintendent who is now a convicted felon, Dr. Janet Donovan was removed demoted "for not playing ball." On Tuesday night, three board members publicly stated their support for returning Donovan to her position.
Members of the Susquehanna County Planning Commission plowed through public concerns and voted to conditionally approve plans for a third compressor station within two miles of Elk Lake schools; a planning director threatened to have sheriff's deputies remove Eyewitness News.
Investigators named Thomas Letteer, 22 of Plains Township, a person of interest in the hit-and-run crash that took the life of Kevin Miller, 5. Police seized his vehicle and made public a search warrant that reveals new information in the case, including incriminating statements by Letteer's girlfriend.
A Luzerne County bank is a little worse for wear after a car went sailing through its front window late Thursday night.
Governor Corbett launched a media blitz on Thursday, playing defense over his decision to sue the NCAA. Corbett answered a number of questions about the suit, posed by the I-Team's Joe Holden.
Police say they're prepared to make an arrest following a stabbing Wednesday in one part of Luzerne County.
From here on out, a full-time school resource officer will be on-hand at each district building.
Parents we spoke with say they're confident the two sides will soon reach a contract agreement.
They're banking on a lot of people hitting the slopes this season.
With winter's first significant storm dropping several inches of snow across the region, plenty of people woke up to a bit of extra work Thursday morning.
Can you believe this number? Americans will return over $62 billion worth of merchandise over the next few days.
Unfortunately, Santa may not be the only watching to see if you've been naughty or nice this holiday season.
We're told it's a mother, father, and a 10-year-old girl without a roof over their heads on this Christmas Eve.
Central Columbia graduate Lauren Harding moved to Nashville nearly a decade ago to pursue her dream as a recording artist.
The East Central Pennsylvania Task Force has a brand new weapon in its arsenal.
An Old Forge School Board meeting only seemed to amplify tension between board members and the teachers' union; as previously threatened, the Old Forge Education Association will strike starting Thursday.
Pittston police tell Eyewitness News two separate luring attempts took place during the after-school hours Tuesday-- right in the vicinity of a school bus stop.
Debra Culberson and her eight-year-old son--who recently moved here from Kansas City-- are just one of nearly 600 families that will be helped by this massive volunteer effort.
Even with Brie Ritter's husband working about 50 hours a week, the Scranton woman says her family is barely making ends meet.
In the shadow of the massacre of Newtown, lawmakers in Washington D.C. begin the debate on gun control.
Parents dropping their children off at local schools Monday morning were still in disbelief over Friday's devastating massacre at Sandy Hook Elementary School.
A King's College senior, Sarah Scinto is a Newtown, Connecticut, native who watched from her Wilkes-Barre apartment on Friday the carnage unfold in the town where she grew up.
While it appears there are a lot of toys already gathered-- with almost 1,600 children to help-- volunteers here say these toys will go in a hurry.
Gas prices have continued a downward trend over the past couple months-- putting a little extra cash back in drivers' wallets.
For 66 years, volunteers have decked the halls on Market Street with a holiday display stretching straight through the center of town.
It was shortly after 4AM when tenants smelled smoke and quickly got out of the building. Fire officials say it was the result of a cooking mishap.
Dozens of firefighters and their loved ones say losing 11 city firefighters will be detrimental not only to the department, but also to the residents who rely on their protection.
Online shopping has boomed in recent years-- especially during the holidays. But the Internet is also bursting with scammers hoping to help themselves to your hard-earned cash.
A trove of letters written on behalf of Bob Mellow seeking leniency exposed a strategy by his attorneys that is being challenged by the longtime senator's ex-wife and daughter; Missy Mellow, through her attorney, claims her father wrongly used her illness to try to escape prison time.
Santa will have plenty of helpers in the Wyoming Valley this year working to ensure a happy holiday season for all children.
With charitable deductions ranking as the federal government's ninth largest tax expenditure, many non-profits fear the tax incentive could be targeted with the fiscal cliff looming.
UPDATE: Lottery officials report the record-breaking Powerball jackpot has now increased to $550 million!
For Shickshinny residents, the road to recovery from the flood has been long and difficult. They lost a number of businesses, including the only bank in town.
Black Friday had a different feel this year-- after many stores started doling out discounts Thanksgiving night.
Police tell us 32-year-old Dante DiAgostino was cooking something at a home in Shickshinny on this Thanksgiving Day, but it certainly wasn't turkey.
It is that time of year-- when dozens of good-hearted folks strip down to their skivvies to take part in an event that keeps the entire town talking.
Dozens of volunteers lined up at the St. Vincent DePaul soup kitchen to help prepare a delicious holiday meal for people in need.
A local police department is doing its part to help ensure safer travel with one of the busiest driving periods of the year this week.
We're told patrons were still enjoying meals and drinks inside Joe's Ranch House when someone smelled smoke around 10:00 Thursday night.
Rock 107's listeners-- and our Eyewitness News viewers-- answered the call bright and early to help stock the shelves at the St. Vincent DePaul and St. Francis of Assisi soup kitchens in Wilkes-Barre and Scranton.
Four members of the Plymouth Borough council voted to hire a special attorney to investigate minority Councilman Bill Dixon. Dixon pleaded guilty to burglary and drug charges in the late '70s and spent a year in jail. Dixon's opponents believe he is not eligible to hold elected office.