Carmella Mataloni, WNEP

Carmella Mataloni


Scranton, PA, United States

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Past articles by Carmella:

Coroner called after shooting in Sunbury

Police are searching for a man who is considered armed and dangerous. → Read More

COVID uptick causes staffing issues for businesses

With COVID cases trending up once again in the Keystone State, businesses are feeling the pain of staffing issues. → Read More

Puppies thrown away in Scranton dumpster

The animals were in rough shape, but are being cared for at an animal shelter. → Read More

Surgeon running for Pennsylvania Governor seat

One candidate in the Republican field actually comes from the Poconos. → Read More

Pro-choice rally held in the Poconos

The battle over abortion rights continues to make headlines across the nation and here at home. → Read More

Is it the end of pandemic phase?

As cases are ticking up across Pennsylvania, doctors say not so fast. → Read More

Trying to stay warm in Susquehanna County

A spring snowstorm dumped inches of snow in this part of Susquehanna County, knocking out power to thousands of homes and businesses for the last two days. → Read More

Mixed reaction to proposed resort in the Poconos

The new resort boasts a lot of attraction, but not everyone's spirits are high "Margaritaville" will happen. → Read More

Time is running out to file your taxes

This year's tax season is hammering some tax preparers. After two years of extended deadlines due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Tax Day is back in April. → Read More

PA seeing uptick in COVID cases ahead of Easter

COVID cases are still trending at one of the lowest levels of the pandemic in the Keystone State, but positive tests have been trending up in the past week or so. → Read More

Woman killed with sword in Northumberland County

Police in Shamokin are investigating a shocking homicide in which a woman is believed to have been killed days ago with a sword. → Read More

Rain, rain go away

Newswatch 16's Carmella Mataloni went searching for Wayne County's soggiest spots. → Read More

Award honors homeowner who was killed in Luzerne County

The first-ever "Mary Barrett Historical Home Award" was handed to a homeowner in Plymouth. The recognition is in honor of Mary Barrett, who was killed last year. → Read More

Storm rips through part of Lycoming County

There was much to clean up after the strong storm tore through Lairdsville. → Read More

Fire forces over 12 people from their homes in Lackawanna County

Emergency crews say heavy smoke and flames were coming from the back of the building's first floor. → Read More

Lackawanna Heritage Trail plans for expansion to Luzerne County

A new walking spot is in the works. Members of the Lackawanna Heritage Valley discussed plans for a new stretch of trail through the Tomato Capital of the World. → Read More

Rideshare companies look to offset gas prices

Both Uber and Lyft announced a new fuel surcharge to help drivers as the price of gas increases. → Read More

Police Chief honored ahead of retirement in Luzerne County

Albert Walker announced he will retire after more than 30 years on the force with the Hanover Township Police Department. → Read More

Utility companies ready as storm rolls into Lackawanna County

Because this is a "mixed bag" storm, when rain turns to ice that's when we have the potential to run into some problems and concerns. → Read More

Plans to rebuild after fire in Wilkes-Barre

Managers at the fire-damaged Genetti Complex apartment building in Wilkes-Barre say they do plan to rebuild. → Read More