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  • Turnpike Closure Planned

    LANSDALE, Pa. — Officials plan to close a section of the Northeast Extension of the Pennsylvania Turnpike Sunday into Monday. The closure is in both directions of the Turnpike between the Lansdale exit and the Quakertown exit. The area is south of the Lehigh Tunnel. Officials hope the planned closure only lasts for about six hours, from about midnight Sunday to 6 a.m. Monday.

  • Search For Alleged Car Thief In Plymouth

    PLYMOUTH, Pa.–Police are searching for a man they believe stole a vehicle with a child inside. It happened around 4 p.m. outside the First Keystone Band on West Main Street. Officers said the man ditched the car soon after. The young boy inside the vehicle was unharmed and is back with his family.

  • Talkback 16: More To The Rescue and Snowthrower Contest

    In this edition of Talkback 16, callers gripe about our snow thrower contest once again and responses to a call last night that criticized some of the dogs featured in 16 To The Rescue.  

  • Mother and Grandmother of Beaten Child Appear in Court

    SUNBURY, Pa.–The mother and grandmother of a three-year-old girl who was badly beaten last month were in court today. Samantha Delcamp of Trevorton and Christy Willis gave up their right to a hearing for obstruction and hindering apprehension. Police say Delcamp’s boyfriend, Jahrid Burgess, beat Arabella Parker several times, causing brain damage, broken ribs, and a broken collarbone. Burgess, Delcamp and Willis all remain locked up. Arabella’s aunt tells us the little girl’s condition is not improving and that she […]

  • Scranton Farmers Market Reopens

    SCRANTON, Pa.–The Scranton Co-op Farmers Market reopened today. It shut down Wednesday because of sub-freezing temperatures, a first in the market’s 80-year history. Even though it was a little warmer Friday, people were still bundled up buying apples, pears, cabbage and more.

  • Homeless Couple Facing Child Endangerment Charges

    SUNBURY, Pa.–Police were investigating smoke coming from a wooded area around midnight when officers spotted a tent off of South Second Street. They found a man, a woman and the woman’s young child. The baby boy was sleeping in a car seat covered with blankets. Police also found narcotics and drug paraphernalia. Officers took Jamie Giffin and Angela Clark into custody and charged them with child endangerment. The baby was sent to a hospital. Angela Clark’s nine-year-old son died after […]

  • Holiday Marketplace in Clarks Summit

    CLARKS SUMMIT, Pa. — A library in Lackawanna County transformed into a marketplace over the weekend. The Abington Community Library in Clarks Summit welcomed vendors for its Dorothy Boccella Holiday Marketplace. The event is named in memory of Dorothy Boccella, the library’s former public relations director, who had a vision of letting local artisans sell their work at the library. There were more than two dozen local artists selling all types of holiday gifts at the marketplace.

  • Fire Damages Home in Duryea

    DURYEA, Pa. — A small fire damaged the attic of a house in Luzerne County. Main Street in Duryea was shut down around 6:30 p.m. on Sunday while crews put out the flames. They were able to knock the fire down quickly. Officials believe it was sparked by an electrical problem here in Luzerne County.

  • Three People Arrested After Shooting in Milton

    MILTON, Pa. — Three people are locked up and a man was taken to the hospital following an afternoon shooting in Northumberland County. Police were called to Elm Street in Milton just before 4 p.m. on Sunday and found a man lying in the street with gunshot wounds. The victim was taken to the hospital. Investigators say they have three people in custody in connection with the shooting but have not released their names. There’s no word on the victim’s […]

  • Fundraiser Held for Woman Battling Breast Cancer

    FAIRVIEW TOWNSHIP, Pa. — A community came out to support one of their own who’s battling breast cancer in Luzerne County. It was baskets on baskets at the benefit held at King’s Pizza in Mountain Top on Sunday. It’s all to raise money for Donna Kozden. There were over 120 baskets to raffle off filled with tons of homemade baked goods, holiday decor, and lots more. Donna’s family says the turnout was more than they could have expected. “So Donna […]

  • Brother Honored by Musical Marathon

    SCRANTON, Pa. — A man is honoring his brother in the best way he knows how, through music. Iggy Schiavo started a scholarship to honor his brother, Billy, who unexpectedly passed away a few months ago. As a way to raise money for the scholarship, he’s playing 10 straight hours of music with nine different acts at the Lackawanna Station Hotel in Scranton. All of the money raised will be given to a deserving youngster who wants to pursue a […]

  • Raising Money for New Veterans Memorial Monument in Luzerne County

    DUPONT, Pa. — People turned out Sunday to help raise money for a new veterans memorial monument in Luzerne County. Organizers hosted a fundraiser at Dupont Fire Hall featuring lots of good food and live music. The new monument will be displayed at Spadi Park in Jenkins Township to honor those men and women who have served our country. “I always think that you can get a lot out of your community, no matter what but especially when it comes […]

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