Dave Bohman’s hard-hitting investigative reporting not only gets results, but wins major awards. In just five years, he’s established himself as the most accomplished investigative reporter in local television. Dave’s 2013 story on how an ampersand “&” cost a Schuylkill County social service agency consideration for a million dollar grant, won the Emmy for best Government/Politics. Only four individual Emmy’s have ever been awarded for individual reporting in the Scranton/Wilkes-Barre television market. Dave has won two. And his investigation on politically-connected ex-Scranton School Board members getting health insurance on the taxpayer’s dime earned him his third straight Pennsylvania Association of Broadcasters Award for Investigative Reporting. He is the only local reporter to ever win PAB Investigative Reporting award.

Dave is now in his fourth decade of television news, having worked as a reporter, anchor, and manager in the business. For most of the 90’s, Dave was the weekend anchor of the WDTN-TV in Dayton, Ohio. From there, he went to WTSP-TV in St. Petersburg, Florida he worked in the Tampa Bay region, establishing himself with his coverage of the 2000 disputed Presidential election between George W. Bush and Al Gore, and the Terri Schiavo “Right-to-Die” saga. He was also the lead reporter for a half dozen hurricanes. In Florida, Dave won more than 30 local and national awards for broadcast excellence.

Dave is a native of Cape Cod, and was an all-Massachusetts shortstop in high school before attending Syracuse University, and graduating in 1979 with a major in Broadcast Journalism. Dave is married and has two daughters. When he is not on the job, you might find Dave exploring his other passions that include gourmet cooking, running, reading, and golfing.


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    LCCC Opens at the Marketplace at Steamtown

    SCRANTON — From Bon Ton to books and biology — downtown Scranton has a new college campus and it’s in the middle of a shopping mall that’s been struggling to find new tenants. With a snip of the ribbon, the Scranton campus of Luzerne County Community College is open for business inside the Marketplace at Steamtown. The president of LCCC said the school wanted to be in Scranton for some time. The college looked at 30 sites before deciding on […]

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    Kathleen Kane’s Last Day in Office

    SCRANTON — Kathleen Kane’s tenure as Pennsylvania’s attorney general ended at 5 p.m. Wednesday. The Scranton native resigned after her conviction of perjury and obstruction this week. As she walked into her office in Scranton for the last time, Kane appeared relaxed and optimistic. She hopes she’s remembered for her accomplishments as state attorney general more than for her own criminal case. “I hope that they remember that we tried our best,” she said. Kathleen Kane spent her last day […]

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    First Deputy Attorney General to Take Over for Kane

    HARRISBURG — Pennsylvania Attorney General Kathleen Kane announced her resignation Tuesday afternoon following her conviction on several charges, including perjury. After she steps down Wednesday, Bruce Castor, the First Deputy Attorney General, will take over the office. Castor was appointed to the post of Solicitor General by Kathleen Kane earlier this year. Under commonwealth law, the Solicitor General is the successor to the Attorney General. “I don’t know that anybody’s prepared to assume a job of this nature,” said Castor. […]

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    PA Attorney General Kathleen Kane Convicted on Criminal Charges

    NORRISTOWN – A jury has found Pennsylvania Attorney General Kathleen Kane guilty on all counts. It took the jury in Montgomery County a little more than four hours to find Kane, a Scranton native, guilty. Jurors believe Kane leaked secret grand jury testimony and lied to cover it up. Kathleen Kane now faces prison time, after being convicted on five criminal charges including perjury. And her days as Pennsylvania’s Attorney General may soon be coming to an end. Attorney General […]

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    Attorney General Kathleen Kane Trial Goes to Jury

    NORRISTOWN — A jury in Montgomery County is now deliberating the fate of Pennsylvania Attorney General Kathleen Kane. The Scranton native is charged with perjury and obstruction, accused of leaking confidential documents to a newspaper reporter and then lying about it to a grand jury. Jurors began deliberating around 3 p.m. Monday. They are looking at five charges against the state attorney general, including two counts of perjury. Is the Scranton native a victim of former associates who lied to […]

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    Kane Trial Case to Go to Jury Monday

    NORRISTOWN — Prosecutors called their last witness Friday morning against State Attorney General Kathleen Kane, turning the case over to the defense, and in a shocking move, Kane’s defense rested without calling a single witness. That means the case is now headed to the jury. Kane entered the Montgomery County Courthouse ready to face more witnesses testify in her perjury and obstruction trial. But after the brief testimony of four witnesses, prosecutors wrapped up their case. Moments later, defense attorney […]

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    Kane Trial: Damaging Testimony

    NORRISTOWN — On Thursday afternoon, a political consultant with close ties to Attorney General Kathleen Kane testified that he worked with her to cover up her involvement in leaking information to a grand jury. This testimony appears to be the most devastating in the Scranton native’s criminal trial. Politcal consultant Josh Morrow helped run Kathleen Kane’s campaign for attorney general in 2012 and called her election the crowning achievement of his career. Four years later, he says he worked with […]

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    Former Staff Members Testify Against Kane

    NORRISTOWN — Some testimony against Kathleen Kane at her perjury trial Wednesday came from a fellow Lackawanna County native. The attorney general has pleaded not guilty to charges she engineered the illegal leak of confidential information to a newspaper, and then lying about it to a grand jury. A former top aide to state Attorney General Kathleen Kane testified that he was surprised to see leaked secret grand jury information in a 2014 newspaper article, and he feared that it […]

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    Opening Statements in Kane Perjury Trial

    NORRISTOWN — Opening statements in Pennsylvania Attorney General Kathleen Kane’s perjury trial took place Tuesday morning in Montgomery County Court. We learned how prosecutors intend to convict Kane of perjury and how her lawyers plan to defend her. Exactly one year after the state attorney general was arrested, booked, and fingerprinted in Norristown, Kathleen Kane was in court listening to a deputy prosecutor say she is a criminal because of her need for revenge. Kane, a Scranton native, is on […]

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    UPDATE: Jury Selected in Kane’s Trial

    UPDATE: A  jury has been selected to hear the trial of State Attorney General Kathleen Kane. Opening statements are scheduled to begin Tuesday morning. After a long day at the courthouse, a jury of six men and six women have been selected for the trial. NORRISTOWN — Jury selection got underway Monday in Pennsylvania Attorney General Kathleen Kane’s perjury case. Kane, a Scranton native, entered court in Montgomery County Courthouse in Norristown to face jury selection in her trail. Her lawyers and […]

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    Who Pays for Canceled DUI Checkpoint ?

    DUNMORE — There are more questions about a controversy that has erupted over the mayor of Dunmore yanking his borough’s officers from a DUI checkpoint last month. After the Dunmore officers were called back, the checkpoint along the O’Neill Highway had to be called off because there weren’t enough officers there to keep it going. The checkpoint was held here July 22 when 26 cops, prosecutors, and support staffers were ready to spend a Friday night on DUI enforcement. The questions […]

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    Training for Police Work: Second Thoughts?

    HAZLETON — Even before the police shootings in Louisiana and Dallas, police departments in the U.S. have struggled to find qualified officers. Will the increased danger of police work push even more people away from law enforcement? Seventeen cadets began training at Lackawanna College’s police academy in Hazleton two weeks ago, and for the second time in 10 days, they passed the thin blue line flag, flying at half-staff outside the academy. “It’s definitely eye-opening and shocking.” Jessica Muccione of […]

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