List by Category: Pennsylvania News

NY softball team helps with flood clean up

08.15.18 | Brandon Dickson

Help is here. The Southern Tier Thunder softball team is among those in the community keeping crews fed and helping cleanup the mess left by flooding across the Twin Tiers. Their coach, Justin Pack, tells WENY-TV he knows two groups of families...

PennDOT again launches website for traffic routes to the LL World Series

08.15.18 | Terry Diener

The Series is being held from August 16th through the 26th. The page, hosted through the department's 511PA.com traveler information website, is dedicated to monitoring traffic conditions on the primary travel routes to the event. Details...

One camper still in hospital after one of PA's largest river rescues last night

08.14.18 | Sarah Harnisch

Officials say 46 campers on a rafting trip, most-girls ages 12 to 16, were pulled from the Leigh River in Pennsylvanian after severe storms spiked the river height in hours. The alarm was sounded after the rafting company couldn't account for...

More than 100 cities are under flash flood watches and warnings across NY and PA

08.14.18 | Sarah Harnisch

There were rescues by air and by water overnight in Troy and Benton, Pennsylvania. There are warnings out right now for Columbia, Lycoming, Schuylkill, Sullivan, and Wyoming counties.   In New York, Broome County has declared a state of...

A "predator priest" report in PA is expected to be released today

08.14.18 | Bill Price

This report which has taken two years to compile has been "held-up" by the highest court in Pennsylvania for several weeks. The findings detail years of child abuse at the hands of clergy members and efforts to cover it up in six of...

Williamsport, PA is getting ready for the Little League World Series

08.13.18 | Bob Price

The stage is set for the best there is in pint-sized baseball. The best Little Leaguers from around the world and the United States have descended on South Williamsport for the 2018 Little League World Series. Things get underway this Wednesday...

Challenges remain for surprise medical bills in PA

08.13.18 | Terry Diener

Lawmakers introduced two bills in the past several years but neither came up for a vote. Surprise medical bills occur when patients seek treatment at a facility within their insurance plan’s network but a medical professional who does not...

PA tops the list for cases of Lyme cases

08.10.18 | Terry Diener

Quest Diagnostics released its new report recently, finding cases are on the rise, even in regions outside of the northeastern United States, where it has been historically prevalent. Pennsylvania tops the nation in Lyme disease cases with...

Business leaders share concerns with U.S. Senator Pat Toomey over trade taxes

08.08.18 | Brandon Dickson

Toomey and other senators from both sides of the aisle have introduced legislation that requires congress to approve any tariffs made in the interest of national security. Last month, President Trump announced $12 billion in emergency relief to...

PA policeman charged with voluntary manslaughter

08.08.18 | Brandon Dickson

This after he fatally shot a man that was reportedly hanging on or jumping on moving cars near Dorney Park in Allentown. A prosecutor says 33-year-old South Whitehall Township Officer Jonathan Roselle had an "unreasonable" belief that his...

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