Teen Sent to Internet Addiction Camp Dies Within 48 Hours

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CHINA — A Chinese couple sent their teenage son to an internet addiction treatment camp—and within days, he was dead. As the BBC reports, “boot camps” for internet and gaming addictions have become popular in China, with some being criticized as using harsh military-style discipline on attendees. Some even beat patients or use electroshock therapy. The 18-year-old who died earlier this month in Fuyang had been sent to a camp that promised “psychological counseling and physical training”; according to the […]

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Deadly Motorcycle Crash in Susquehanna County

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THOMPSON TOWNSHIP — A deadly motorcycle crash in Susquehanna County is under investigation. State police say Daniel Zigon, 33, crashed in the front yard of a home along Route 171 near Thompson just before 11 p.m. on Tuesday. That man from Clifford was taken to the hospital where he later died at the hospital in Susquehanna County.

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Man charged with child endangerment after 5-year-old found unattended

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SCRANTON — A city resident is charged with child endangerment after police found a 5-year-old alone Tuesday. Officers went to Skyview Park Apartments on Crown Circle Drive about 2:45 p.m. for a report of a child in underwear running around. Police found t

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Another Bird rehab begins tonight

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As he inches closer to what he hopes is a big league return, Greg Bird will return tonight to the place where his last comeback bid stalled. The Yankees first baseman’s injury-plagued season will bring him back to Scranton/Wilkes-Barre tonight, where he w

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AROUND THE CAMPS: Western Wayne, Honesdale, Wallenpaupack visits

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SO. CANAAN TWP. — Anthony Merone remembers the thrill of winning his final game and having a medal draped around his neck. All of the hard work, the victories and tough defeats were worth every minute to him at that moment. He and his Western Wayne teamma

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PennDOT’s PA511 Adds Travel App for Little League World Series

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SOUTH WILLIAMSPORT — Festivities for the Little League World Series kick off tomorrow in Lycoming County. That means thousands will be traveling to South Williamsport over the next several days. This year, PennDOT has an app to help those traveling to Lamade Stadium. The traffic cones are up and ready around the Little League International Complex as it is that time of year again to play ball In Lycoming County. Thousands are expected to travel to South Williamsport for the […]

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WHLM DJ Suspended Without Pay Amid Controversy Surrounding Charlottesville Rally

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BLOOMSBURG — A radio station personality in Bloomsburg at the center of a controversy over his participation in the Unite the Right Rally in Charlottesville, Virginia is currently off the air. Late Tuesday night, the general manager of WHLM announced that David Reilly has been suspended without pay while the station investigates the allegations against him. Reilly, who does an evening show on WHLM, posted video of himself attending this past weekend’s rally on YouTube, sparking outrage and protests outside […]

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Talkback 16: Yellow Dot, Air Show, Solar Eclipse

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Topics in this edition of Talkback 16 include a free PennDOT program meant to save a life, mixed reviews of the air show, and viewing the solar eclipse.

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Man Hit by Train in Edwardsville

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EDWARDSVILLE — A train hit a man in Luzerne County Tuesday afternoon. It happened on tracks in Edwardsville near Kirby Park around 1 p.m. Fire officials say the man was walking along the track. He suffered serious injuries and was taken to a hospital.

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Taste Test: Erb’s West End Family Market & Catering

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We’re switching things up here on Taste Test. In addition to trying products found in stores, we’re now featuring restaurants around the area that serve dishes and drinks folks rave about. Tonight’s stop is an old fashioned neighborhood market in Lycoming County serving up some stellar sandwiches and plenty of laughs.

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Taste Test: Erb’s West End Family Market & Catering

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We’re switching things up here on Taste Test. In addition to trying products found in stores, we’re now featuring restaurants around the area that serve dishes and drinks folks rave about. Tonight’s stop is an old fashioned neighborhood market in Lycoming County serving up some stellar sandwiches and plenty of laughs.

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Man Hit by Train in Edwardsville

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EDWARDSVILLE — A train hit a man in Luzerne County Tuesday afternoon. It happened on tracks in Edwardsville near Kirby Park around 1 p.m. Fire officials say the man was walking along the track. He suffered serious injuries and was taken to a hospital.

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Man Hit by Train in Edwardsville

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EDWARDSVILLE — A train hit a man in Luzerne County Tuesday afternoon. It happened on tracks in Edwardsville near Kirby Park around 1 p.m. Fire officials say the man was walking along the track. He suffered serious injuries and was taken to a hospital.

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Home Damaged by Flames in Wilkes-Barre

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WILKES-BARRE — Flames damaged a home in Wilkes-Barre. Crews were called to the home along South Sherman Street around 5 p.m. Tuesday. Witnesses say flames were shooting through the roof. There is no word if anyone was hurt. The cause of the fire is under investigation.

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Talkback 16: Yellow Dot, Air Show, Solar Eclipse

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Topics in this edition of Talkback 16 include a free PennDOT program meant to save a life, mixed reviews of the air show, and viewing the solar eclipse.

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IndyCar Demonstrations in Stroudsburg

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STROUDSBURG — It’s not the typical car you see parked on Courthouse Square in Stroudsburg, but with just a few days before the Verizon IndyCar Series Race at Pocono Raceway, it fit right in. “It’s really nice and personable that they get out into the community. I think it’s really nice they get to do that,” said Kari Binder, Pocono Mountains Visitors Bureau. The IndyCar ride around downtown Stroudsburg was put together by members of Pocono Raceway, Senator Mario Scavello, […]

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Healthwatch 16: Geisinger Taking Part in Autism Data Project

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LEWISBURG — There’s a good chance you know a family who is dealing with autism, and right now, there’s an organization that would like to collect DNA and other info from those families. The goal is to come up with a better bank of information for researchers to study. Just outside Lewisburg, in Union County, is Geisinger Bucknell Autism and Developmental Medicine Institute (ADMI). Dr. Cora Taylor, a pediatric psychologist, explains what they do there for families dealing with autism. […]

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President Trump again says ‘both sides’ to blame amid Charlottesville backlash

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NEW YORK — In a remarkable news conference in the lobby of Trump Tower, President Donald Trump blamed the violence in Charlottesville, Virginia, Saturday on both sides of the conflict, equating the white supremacists on one side with the “alt-left” on the other side. “I think there is blame on both sides,” he said. “What about the alt-left that came charging at, as you say, the alt-right, do they have any semblance of guilt?” Trump said. “What about the fact […]

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Help Wanted: School Bus Drivers

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EAST STROUDSBURG — With a new school year about to begin, many school districts across the country are facing a shortage of bus drivers. Transportation officials at East Stroudsburg School District say they have more than a dozen open positions for school bus drivers this year. In fact, the district is hosting a bus driver training class Wednesday in the hopes of adding more drivers before the new school year begins in just a few weeks. More than 100 bus […]

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Piccolino off mayor ballot; St. Fleur still fighting

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The race for Scranton mayor lost a candidate this morning when Independent Giovanni Piccolino got court permission to withdraw amid allegations of fraud that he denied. Once Piccolino withdrew, the challenge to his nominating papers ended and Lackawanna C

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