Asbury Woods hosted an appreciation event for volunteers.
Fans of Taylor Swift and the Kansas City Chiefs in our area give their opinions on the rumored romance between Swift and Travis Kelce.
After twice failing his army physical, Larry Schroeck passed on his third try and his two-year tour of duty in the U.S. Army began in 1962.
In Warren County, one local man is on a mission to bring music education to the community.
Pennsylvania Sen. Casey in warning about the consequences of a government shutdown if Congress doesn't finalize spending bills in two days.
Play creator and director David Durst presented the $5,000 dollar check to the Mental Health Association, with the money going towards winter gear such as coats, gloves, and sleeping bags for those in Erie who need them.
Double rainbow in Erie!
It's National Sons Day!
State Trooper Jay Rougeau Scholarship Fundraiser
New Restaurant Coming to West Erie Plaza
Giant Eagles Partners with Instacart to Offer Same-Day Delivery
Americans have been signing fewer contracts to buy homes.
The Department of Transportation says United Airlines will improve accommodations for passengers using wheelchairs.
Automakers, Hyundai and KIA re-calling about 3.4 million vehicles in the U.S.
Thursday marks one year since Hurricane Ian killed nearly 150 people, the deadliest hurricane in Florida in the last 90 years.
An almost 90 year old man is being recognized by the Guinness World Records as the world's oldest surfer.
Spotify is also entering the world of AI with it's Spotify DJ and it's newest AI Voice Cloning feature for podcasts.
Government Shutdown Preps
COVID Booster Snag
Erie SeaWolves Ticket Sales
Win a championship...get a key to the city. It continues to be a big week for the Erie SeaWolves, coming off of the first championship in franchise history.
Erie Events announced this week that changes are coming to concessions stands at three venues around downtown Erie.
Comprehensive probation reform legislation passed the Pennsylvania Senate with strong bipartisan support in June.
Justin Dombroski discusses his third book Wicked Erie.
Olive Wickline discusses expERIEnce Children's Museum.
Katie Vickery and Smokey from the Erie Humane Society join Amanda Post for this week's Finding Furever Families segment.
More than 100 students and school staff members had the chance to learn more about childhood grief and ways to help people who have lost a loved one.
There was a moment of silence inside the Corry High gym on Wednesday, in honor of State Trooper Jay Rougeau, a Corry alum, who died this past June in the line of duty. This night was also a chance for the community to support a scholarship created in his
As seven Republicans were on the debate stage Wednesday night, some of our local young voters discussed the top issues are on their minds.
Wednesday is World Tourism Day, a day to promote the importance of the tourism industry.
The WGA ended its strike on Wednesday, but other high-profile protests continue in what's being dubbed the summer of strikes.
Fans React to SeaWolves Championship Win
Taylor Swift Boosts Voter Registration
Concession Stands Going Cashless at Erie Insurance Arena, Warner Theatre, Bayfront Convention Center
The WGA ended its strike on Wednesday, but auto workers, actors and other unions remain on strike in a summer that's been full of labor unrest.
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