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    State Launches Aggressive Driving Campaign

    Newswatch 16′s Ryan Leckey talks about the Aggressive Driving Campaign and gives some demonstrations. Signs of aggressive driving mentioned Monday morning can be found here. To learn more about Lahey Family Fun Park, click here.

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    Aggressive Driving

    Signs of aggressive driving mentioned on Newswatch 16 This Morning can be found here.

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    Crash Closes Highway in Luzerne County

    LUZERNE — A highway in Luzerne County is back open after an early morning crash. A car ended up on its roof after the smash up just after 2 a.m. Monday on the North Cross Valley Expressway in Luzerne. Officials said the highway was closed for more than two hours while state police investigated the crash. Authorities said at least one person was taken to the hospital, but have not said what caused the crash in Luzerne County.

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    Lahey Family Fun Park

    To learn more about Lahey Family Fun Park mentioned on Newswatch 16 This Morning, click here.

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    Go Joe XVII: The Grand Total is In

    Go Joe 17 is in the books and with your help Joe Snedeker raised hundreds of thousands of dollars for Saint Joseph’s Center in Scranton. The five-day bike ride raised more than $163,000.00 alone, and the grand total raised between the Go Joe bike ride and telethon is more than $300,000.00. We thank you for all of the donations!

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    One Dead, Two Injured in Early Morning Fire in Williamsport

    WILLIAMSPORT — One woman is dead and two are injured after a fire in Williamsport. Officials said the first alarm came in at home in the 1000 block of Hepburn Street around midnight. Firefighters said four people were inside at the time and Terra Smith, 37, did not make it out. A man in the neighborhood helped with the rescue in Lycoming County. “One lady was hanging out the window so a couple of other guys, we got a ladder. […]

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    One Person Killed in Early Morning Fire

    CASS TOWNSHIP — One person was killed in an early morning fire in Schuylkill County, according to officials. Authorities said the fire started at a double block home on South Maple Avenue in Cass Township Sunday around 2:30 a.m. The name of the person killed in the fire has not been released, and investigators are looking for the cause of the fire near Minersville.

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    Two Arsons Same Town, Hours Apart

    WEST PITTSTON — Firefighters were called out to battle two different fires at a duplex in Luzerne County Ssturday night and call them both suspicious. State Police told Newswatch 16 the first fire started just after 11pm at the duplex on Foundry Street in West Pittston,  and the second fire was set just three hours later on the other side. Police said the home was for sale and no one was living there. The double arson is under investigation in […]

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    Body of Man Found In Lackawanna County Lake

    BENTON TOWNSHIP — Dive and rescue teams  found the man who drowned Saturday in Deer Lake in Lackawanna County. Police said the victim was Dwayne Ferguson of Baltimore, Maryland. According to officials, Ferguson was visiting friends at the lake in Benton Township for a cookout, when he and a woman went out in a small boat and decided to take a swim around 6 p.m. Police said a man who lives on the shore got in a boat and tried to rescue […]

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    UPDATE: Deadly Fire Set Intentionally

    WILKES-BARRE — New developments in the mail carrier’s death after a fire at her home in April. State police now say the fire at Laurie Merritt’s home last month was intentionally set. The fire on April 14th started in the attic of Merritt’s home on Wyoming Street in Wilkes-Barre. Merritt was found unconscious and taken to the hospital where she died. According to court papers, Merritt’s family members believe an ex-boyfriend may be responsible for the fire, but criminal charges […]

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    UPDATE: Cows Killed, Barn Leveled By Fire in Wayne County

    DAMASCUS TOWNSHIP — Firefighters said a dozen animals were killed and a barn was leveled by fire on Calkins Road near Damascus on Sunday morning. The barn is owned by Wayne County Commissioner Brian Smith, who shares the family business with his wife, daughter and son-in-law. “I’m happy nobody got hurt. We lost only young stock, only 11 young stock and a dog. Thank you to everyone here helping,” said Smith. “I’ve got fantastic neighbors. This whole county is just […]

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    New Ice Cream Cafe in Waymart Just in Time For Summer

    WAYMART– A new ice cream shop opened up in Wayne County Saturday. South Street Ice Cream Cafe held a grand opening in Waymart and people were there to enjoy a cool treat. The ice cream cafe even had free horse-drawn buggy rides during the grand opening in Wayne County.


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