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    Troopers Hope Sketch Helps Close Cold Case in Poconos

    POCONO TOWNSHIP -- State police in the Poconos gave an update Thursday on a cold case that has the makings of a Halloween horror movie.

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    Healthwatch 16: SculpSure Laser Fat Removal

    KINGSTON — Sometimes you can work out and eat right and still have those stubborn areas on your body, places you wish were a little flatter or tighter. There’s a body contouring technique that’s offered at many places in northeastern in central Pennsylvania, and one provider wanted us to see how it works. Jillian Rosser, from Mountain Top, sounds like a lot of people when she admits she has some fitness trouble spots. We met her as she posed for […]

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    And The Winner Is… WNEP Ryan’s Run Announces Results of School Challenge

    After several weeks of fundraising, on Monday, we learned the winner of WNEP’s Ryan’s Run 7 school challenge. Our charity campaign challenged schools in our area back at the end of August when we launched our project to see which district could collect the most cash for the cause. The school district that took home the top spot is North Pocono thanks to the work done by students at Jefferson Elementary Center. The students in the Mount Cobb area raised $3, 460 for […]

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    Governor Wolf Meets with Emergency Responders After Flooding in Central Pennsylvania

    ELDRED TOWNSHIP — As many people start the slow process of picking up the pieces after Friday’s flooding across parts of central Pennsylvania, Governor Tom Wolf delivered the message that flood victims shouldn’t expect any federal aid. Even though homes were washed away and bridges were destroyed, the governor and director of Pennsylvania’s Emergency Management Agency said Sunday that the flooding wasn’t widespread enough to make it eligible for federal disaster aid. Crews finished sealing the gasoline pipeline on Wallis Run […]

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    PA American Water to Restart Milton Plant; No Gasoline Found in Susquehanna River Following Leak

    Pennsylvania American Water is taking steps to restart its water treatment plant in Milton after a gas leak during Friday’s flooding in central Pennsylvania. The company shut down the plant Friday as a precaution in case water in the Susquehanna River was polluted with gasoline from the leak near Loyalsock Creek. Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection tested the water and found no evidence of contamination near the water plant’s intake. “After consultation with DEP officials, we determined the plant can […]

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    Voluntary Water Restrictions after Gasoline Spill

    GAMBLE TOWNSHIP — Thousands of gallons of gasoline from a pipeline was spilled into a creek in Lycoming County during flash flooding overnight. Officials with Sunoco Logistics said an 8-inch pipeline was shut down after the leak was detected around 3 a.m. Friday. An estimated 55,000 gallons of gasoline leaked into a tributary of the Loyalsock Creek, as a result of flash floods and landslides due to heavy rainfall, according to Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection officials. The spill occurred […]

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    Artist’s Botched Attempt to Restore Jesus Statue Upsets Parishioners

    SUDBURY, Ontario – A Canadian artist’s attempt to fix a vandalized baby Jesus statue has parishioners shocked and upset, according to CBC News. The statue sat headless for a year until recently, when the well-meaning resident tried to repair baby Jesus using terra-cotta clay, despite the statue’s white color. “It really is shocking to the eyes because of the big contrast in color,” priest Gerard Lajeunesse told the station. The statue outside the Sudbury, Ontario church has been vandalized before, according […]

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    Five Takeaways From Third Presidential Debate

    LAS VEGAS, NV — In the last third of the final debate, Donald Trump fell apart. He’d gotten in some hits on Hillary Clinton and was well on his way to turning in his best performance of the three presidential debates. Then, he refused to say he’d accept the election’s results. And he called Clinton “such a nasty woman.” Any gains Trump had made were undone, and he blew his last big, nationally televised chance to broaden his base — […]

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    WVC Cross Country Championships

    Holy Redeemer junior Lindsey Williams and Dallas junior Jack Zardecki won the girls and boys Wyoming Valley Conference cross country championships respectively. Click here for complete results.

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    Watch Live: Trump, Clinton Face-Off in Final Presidential Debate

    LAS VEGAS — Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton meet in Las Vegas Wednesday for one last throw of the dice. They are poised for another clash in the third presidential debate, which will be their final chance to change the trajectory of the election as millions of viewers tune in for the last big televised spectacular of a rancorous campaign. Trump is under intense pressure to use the debate, just 20 days before Election Day, as a springboard for a […]

  • Wednesday night, Chris Wallace, an Emmy award winner who has spent more than 40-years in broadcast journalism, will become the first Fox News host ever to moderate a presidential debate.

    Presidential Debate: What to Watch for in the Last Clinton-Trump Face-Off

    LAS VEGAS — For Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump, it’s time to begin the closing arguments. Both nominees enter Wednesday’s presidential debate — the final showdown of the election season — with historically high unfavorability ratings, and need to convince undecided voters why the country would be worse off with their opponent in the White House. The match-up also comes as Trump is making perhaps his most outlandish argument yet — that the 2016 election is rigged to help Clinton […]

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    Indiana Teen Protecting Siblings From Intruder Accidentally Shoots Himself, Little Sister

    ELKHART, Ind. – A 14-year-old in northern Indiana was trying to protect his siblings from an intruder when he accidentally shot himself and his little sister, the Elkhart Truth reports. The 14-year-old boy was home with his 9-year-old brother and 6-year-old sister when they heard someone yelling and banging on their door. The teen grabbed his mother’s handgun to protect his siblings from what they believed was an intruder, Elkhart Police Department spokesman Sgt. Chris Snyder told the paper. The teen was […]