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  • 1,200 People Affected by Data Breach at UPMC Susquehanna

    LYCOMING COUNTY — 1,200 people treated at some UPMC Susquehanna locations may have had their personal information stolen. The healthcare system in central Pennsylvania says the data breach was discovered on September 21st. Patients’ names, dates of birth and social security numbers may have been taken. UPMC Susquehanna sent letters to affected patients explaining what they should do. Patients who have any questions or concerns are asked to contact UPMC at 800-994-5697.

  • A Police Officer is Dead Following a Shooting Near Pittsburgh

    NEW KENSINGTON — According to the ABC affiliate in Pittsburgh, an officer is dead following a shooting in Westmoreland County. The shooting took place in New Kensington, which is about 20 miles outside of Pittsburgh. State police and federal authorities from around the Pittsburgh area are now searching for the shooter. No word yet on what led to tonight’s shooting which claimed the life of that police officer in Western PA. This is a developing story. Please check back for […]

  • Church Burglarized in Wyoming County

    NOXEN TOWNSHIP — Various items were taken from a church in Wyoming County this week. According to troopers, the Noxen Methodist Church on Route 29 was burglarized sometime Tuesday or Wednesday. Troopers did not say what was taken in that burglary in Noxen Township.

  • All Aboard for the Toy Train Expo in Lycoming County

    WILLIAMSPORT — This weekend marks the 27th annual Will Huffman Toy Train Expo at Park Place in Williamsport. WNEP-TV stopped by as organizers were setting up for the expo. The weekend-long event features train collectors from all over. About 2,000 people are expected when doors open Saturday at 10 a.m. in Lycoming County.

  • Talkback 16: Commissioner and Councilman in Hot Water

    In this edition of Talkback 16, callers sound off on the former Lackawanna County Commissioner released from prison and a borough councilman sentenced for DUI.

  • Geisinger Wyoming Valley Dedicates Quilt to Area Organ Donors

    PLAINS TOWNSHIP — Geisinger Wyoming Valley is the first hospital in Northeastern Pennsylvania to dedicate and display a memorial quilt honoring organ donors. A dedication ceremony was held on Friday as well as the Gift of Life Donor Program in Plains Township. The quilt, “Threads of Love,” honors eight area cornea, tissue and organ donors who helped to save lives. The new quilt is made from fabric squares created by area donor families as a way to honor their loved […]

  • Annual Turkey Dinner Dishes Out Some Thanksgiving Favorites for At-Risk Children

    SCRANTON — Over 200 children were served up a turkey dinner in Lackawanna County on Thursday night. The 14th annual Joseph Van R. Clarke Family Dinner for at-risk children was held at the Central Club in Scranton. Kids got to enjoy a meal made up of turkey, corn and macaroni and cheese during the event. The children shared with WNEP their favorite parts of the Thanksgiving holiday. “It’s great because you get to sit with your friends and family.” “It […]

  • Man Dead After Fiery Crash in Centre County

    MILES TOWNSHIP — A man from Snyder County died in a fiery crash in Centre County. State police say Andres Valencia, 24, of Middleburg crashed into some trees along Route 192 just before the Union County line. His vehicle caught fire and he died at the scene of Thursday afternoon’s crash in Centre County.

  • Curry Donuts in Nanticoke Reportedly Robbed

    NANTICOKE — Authorities were called to the scene of a reported robbery in Luzerne County Thursday night. It all happened around 5:30 at the Curry Donuts on South Market Street in Nanticoke. That’s when officers say someone came in, handed the cashier a note, and then took off. There is no word yet on what was taken during that robbery in Luzerne County.

  • Ugly Christmas Sweaters on Display During 5K in Scranton

    SCRANTON — Runners got in the holiday spirit in Lackawanna County Thursday night. Approximately 200 runners met up at Ale Mary’s in Scranton donning their best and worst ugly holiday sweaters. Folks went all out with their sweaters, including some pups who were dressed up in their holiday best as well. The 5K run in downtown Scranton is a part of the Third Thursday Run Around Scranton.

  • Deadly Crash in Monroe County

    JACKSON TOWNSHIP — A man is dead following a crash in Monroe County. According to the Lehigh County Coroner, Stephen Durosky, 78, of Jackson Township, struck a tree on October 17th. Durosky was traveling on Farmview Drive near Reeders around 7 a.m. when the crash occurred. As a result of the crash, Durosky suffered femur and hip fractures. The coroner’s office tells WNEP Durosky died of complications due to those injuries on November 15th.

  • Renovations Underway at What Will Be the New Northumberland County Prison

    COAL TOWNSHIP — Some progress has been made on a new lock-up in Northumberland County. Crews this week started putting cells at the site of the new prison near Shamokin. The building used to house juvenile offenders. County commissioners say it only needs renovations and additions to turn it into the new Northumberland County Prison. The prison is expected to open next summer.