Local gas prices have remained steady in the last week, while the state and national averages both dropped by a penny each.
The unemployment rate in the Scranton/Wilkes-Barre metropolitan area rose to 6.2 percent in February, from 6 percent the month before, largely because the labor force – the number of people working or looking for work – rose by...
HANOVER TWP. — A 30-year-old woman was taken into custody after police say she was found wandering the streets with a naked child on Saturday.
SCRANTON — Running out of gas was only the beginning of things to come for a Hanover Township woman.It turns out that the vehicle was stolen, according to police.
April showers (and snow showers) are coming a day early.
There are a few areas of heavy traffic this morning that could slow down the morning commute for some.
WASHINGTON, DC — U.S. Sen. Robert Casey, Jr. is demanding to see the findings of Johns Hopkins internal review of a controversial radiology program that for years reviewed x-rays of coal miners on behalf of coal companies and rarely found miners...
DUNMORE — Pennsylvania State Police will have an increased presence in Lackawanna County this holiday weekend.
CLARKS SUMMIT — Edella Road over Interstate 81 in Clarks Summit is being closed until further notice.
SCRANTON — A multi-vehicle crash has restricted traffic to a single lane on Interstate 81 southbound lanes this morning.
Warmer temperatures are expected this week, but that will not rule out the possibility of mixed precipitation heading into the midweek.
The start of a new week should be kicked off with an easy morning commute this morning.
WILKES-BARRE — Reinventing American Healthcare, a documentary profiling Geisinger Health System's celebration of their 100 year history, premiered Monday, providing opportunity to both look back on its history and ahead to its...
WILKES-BARRE — Melinda Shoppel, 34, of Larksville, was sentenced Monday to spend three to 23 months in Luzerne County Correctional Facility for running over her boyfriend, court papers say.
WILKES-BARRE — A city man who pleaded guilty to indecent assault of an Osterhout Free Library employee will spend up to a decade behind bars.
Luzerne County Council candidate Mark Rabo considered withdrawing from the race because a home rule charter ban could prevent him from serving if he's elected, but he changed his mind.
WILKES-BARRE — We are still suffering from the sting of a long and cold winter, but as our thoughts and temperatures turn to spring, think about honeybees.
NANTICOKE — Luzerne County Community College's Health Sciences Career Fair on Monday offered students a variety of nursing opportunities, from pediatrics to geriatrics.
The long, cold and snowy winter continues to reverberate through public school calendars this week, with most students losing days off that are often built into the schedule around Easter as a spring break.
WILKES-BARRE — A city police officer sustained a possible broken nose and another officer was punched in the face while arresting a suspected drunken driver early Sunday morning.
SCRANTON — A man sentenced to nine months at the Luzerne County Correctional Facility on a drug offense in 2013 has filed a lawsuit in federal court alleging the jail placed him in a cell with an inmate who attacked him.
WILKES-BARRE — As yet another trial draws near for convicted double-murderer Hugo Selenski, known defense costs from his Luzerne County homicide trial continue to inch closer to the half-a-million mark.
Luzerne County Council members still are considering enacting a $5 fee on vehicle registrations to offset road and bridge maintenance expenses.
WILKES-BARRE — Hugo Selenski's ex-girlfriend Carey Bartoo was one of two women arrested by city police when they were spotted in a parked vehicle on Wilkes Lane with suspected heroin packets, syringes and bottles of clean urine Sunday...
WILKES-BARRE — Geisinger Health System will premier its documentary — Reinventing American Healthcare — today at 6 p.m. at the F.M. Kirby Center for the Performing Arts on Public Square.
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