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Peggy Lee joined the Newswatch 16 Team in October, 2008. While she is thrilled to be living and working in Northeast PA, she is certainly no stranger to the area. With family in the Lock Haven area and the Poconos, Peggy has spent much time playing in the mountains (and skiing down them!).

Peggy Lee comes to WNEP after spending two years at WJZ-TV, the CBS affiliate in Baltimore, MD; before then Peggy worked in the country’s southeast region, reporting on the crime beat in Savannah, GA at WJCL-TV.

Peggy began her news career working on the assignment desk at WCAU-TV in Philadelphia and to this day continues to long for their cheese steaks.

A New Jersey native, Peggy received a bachelor’s degree in Journalism from Rutgers University in New Brunswick.

On her days off you can find Peggy at the library or out walking her trusty but wacky dog, Nanook, who she rescued from a shelter in Georgia.


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    Trump, Pence at Campaign Stop in Scranton

    SCRANTON — Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump and running mate Governor Mike Pence arrived in Scranton Wednesday for a campaign stop in the Lackawanna College Student Union gym. Republican U.S. Representatives Tom Marino and Lou Barletta provided remarks to the crowd at the start of the rally before Trump and Pence arrived. Rep. Tom Marino & Rep. Lou Barletta speaking now. The two are nicknamed "thunder & lightning" in the Trump campaign pic.twitter.com/P8uQLC6fhp — Stacy Lange (@stacylange) July 27, 2016 "Build […]

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    Friends, Family Plant Cross for Man Who Died in Crash

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