SCRANTON Maroon 5, Clarkson on way Maroon 5 and Kelly Clarkson will perform at the Toyota Pavilion at Montage Mountain on Sept. 1 as part of the 2013 Honda Civic Tour. Maroon 5 will serve as headliner during the 12th edition of the tour. Tickets go on sale at 10 a.m. Saturday and will be available at Toyota Pavilion Box Office, Ticketmaster.com, Ticketmaster Outlets or by-phone at 800-745-3000. (There are no service charges on tickets purchased at the Toyota Pavilion Box Office for day of on sale only.) Maroon 5 won the first of three Grammy Awards as Best New Artist of 2005. The band's releases have gone gold and platinum in more than 35 countries. Clarkson has released five studio albums that have sold more than 20 million copies worldwide. She is the recipient of three Grammy Awards, four American Music Awards and three MTV Video Music Awards. SWOYERSVILLE Boy's death still probed More than six weeks after a 2-year-old boy died inside a Warsaw Street house, authorities are continuing the investigation, Luzerne County District Attorney Stefanie Salavantis said Monday. The boy, whose name has not been released, was found unresponsive inside 245 Warsaw St. on Feb. 22, and rushed to Wilkes-Barre General Hospital, where he was pronounced dead, and an autopsy was performed. Luzerne County Acting Coroner William Lisman said the cause and manner of the boy's death remain pending until the criminal investigation is finished. Salavantis said investigators are continuing interviews to determine why the boy died. HAZLETON Shooting victim named City police on Monday released the name of the man who was shot during an alleged burglary on Hayes Street on Saturday. Police said Zachary Dangelo, 26, last known address as Oak Street, Freeland, was shot in the pelvic area at about 12:20 p.m. Dangelo was flown to Geisinger Wyoming Valley Medical Center in Plains Township. Police said Dangelo was found inside the residence when the homeowner returned from a shopping trip. The homeowner, whose name was not released, shot Dangelo with a handgun, police said. Police said the investigation is continuing. No charges have been filed as of Monday. STROUDSBURG Double-fine zone may grow The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation, at the urging of the state police, is in the initial phases of a plan to extend the I-80 Safety Corridor from Stroud Township another 11 miles to Interstate 380. The plan needs approval from the state before it can go into effect. In the safety corridor, fines for speeding are doubled. Only the fine is doubled, not the associated costs with a speeding ticket. Fines range from about $40 to $100, depending on how fast a driver is going when caught. The current safety corridor, established in 2002, runs from Stroud Township's mile marker 304 to Delaware Water Gap (Exit 310), a distance of six miles. Under the state police proposal, it would run an extra 11 miles to Exit 293 in Jackson Township. PennDOT spokesman Sean Brown said there is a four-step criteria the area must meet before it can get safety-corridor designation. There is no timeline, however, on how long it could take to institute the corridor extension, Brown said.