Eyewitness News Anchor, Nick Toma has more than 30 years of experience in print and broadcast journalism.
Join Nick each week for an in-depth discussion of the top headlines from Northeastern & Central Pennsylvania, as well as issues near and dear to his heart (baseball and music).
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Eyewitness News is your Local Election Headquarters and with the Pennsylvania Primaries less than a week away, we're bringing you a special episode of the podcast this week.
We’re going to take you to a debate moderated by Lead I-Team Reporter Andy Mehalshick featuring some of the candidates running for Wilkes-Barre city council and county controller that was held at King’s College.
Enjoy and be sure to get out and vote this coming Tuesday, May 21st.
*There were a few moments we weren't able to capture during the debate.
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The general election isn’t until November, but many municipal races will be decided by the winners of next week’s primary elections. Eyewitness News is your Local Election Headquarters, and Andy Mehalshick is here to help us break down some of the notable races that could shape to future of our region for the next few years.
How safe are our children when we put them on the bus for school in the morning? That's a question Lead I-Team Reporter Andy Mehalshick set out to answer.
The decision to enlist in the Marines shouldn't be taken lightly. Eyewitness News Reporter Cody Butler traveled with a group of educators to Parris Island to learn what the life of a recruit is like so they can understand what students might go through.
Legislation is being debated in Harrisburg concerning nuclear power in Pennsylvania. We spoke with State Senator John Yudichak and Eric Epstein of TMI Alert about the pros and cons of nuclear power and their views on the future of power in Pennsylvania.
20 years ago the unthinkable happened and 2 disgruntled students committed a grotesque attack on their high school. On this episode of the Eyewitness News Podcast, we take a look back on that event and the impact it has had on our society.
Luzerne County has some expensive projects on the horizon, we take a look at some new initiatives the county is considering to help find funding.
And spring means construction season is underway. What you need to know to stay safe in Work Zones.
A Red Sox fan, Yankee fan, and Phillies fan sit down to talk about the magic of Opening Day.
On this episode of the Eyewitness News Podcast, we take a look at some new technology police are using to try and crack the 55-year-old murder of 9-year-old Marise Chiverella.
And a community came together to support a young man who was going to lose his job as a Walmart Greeter because of a disability. Now he has a new position, and thanks to a generous donation, a new wheelchair.
On this episode of the Eyewitness News Podcast, we check in on the investigation into a series of shootings in Wilkes-Barre in late February.
Then we hear the story of a woman from Lackawanna County who volunteered to serve as a nurse during the Vietnam War.
We take a look at the controversy that is brewing in the race for the State House Seat in the 114th District after some old Facebook posts emerge.
Then we get a breakdown of the upcoming High School and College Basketball playoffs.