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ABC Announces Rules for Next Democratic Debates, Gives Candidates More Time to Talk The third Democratic presidential debate will give candidates more time to answer questions, event host ABC announced Wednesday. The debate, which will be held at Houston's Texas Southern University on Sept. 12, will give candidates one minute and 15 seconds for direct responses to questions and 45 seconds for rebuttals, the network said.

Woman Says She Was Never Compensated After Mover Damaged Her Belongings A woman says she was never compensated after a mover damaged some of her belongings. So she reached out to Harry Hairston and NBC10 Responds for help.

Linc Employee Saves Co-Worker's Life A ticket taker at Lincoln Financial Field said she thought she was going to die on the job until her co-worker stepped in. It was his first day of work and he happened to be at the right place at the right time.

Judge Schedules Hearing for Jeffrey Epstein Victims to Speak A federal judge has ruled that the criminal case against Jeffrey Epstein will stay open until his victims have an opportunity to make statements in open court at a hearing next Tuesday, NBC News reports.

Delaware Has 8th Longest Wait List for Organ Transplants A new study shows people in our region wait longer for an organ transplant than other patients, in other parts of the country. NBC10 Delaware Bureau reporter Tim Furlong has the story.

Independent District Attorney Candidate Takes Strong Positions On Certain Issues Running on her convictions, independent district attorney candidate Lisa Middleman is making sure her positions are well-known ahead of the election.

Mystery Science Theater 3000 bringing live show to Kirby WILKES-BARRE - Just in time for Halloween, icons of horror-comedy will be in Wilkes-Barre as the robots of Mystery Science Theater 3000 descend on the F.M. Kirby Center to make fun of a never-before-screened film.

FBI Seeks Victims In Serial Sexual Predator Case PITTSBURGH - The FBI is asking the public's help in finding potential victims of a suspected serial sexual predator. According to the FBI, 56-year-old Robert Dean Caesar previously lived in Cranberry and Pittsburgh. He would allegedly hire teenagers and then get them to do household and yard chores, or help him care for his animals, the FBI says.

Car Collides With PAT Bus On Elizabeth Bridge - First responders were on the scene of a PAT bus accident with injuries. 911 dispatchers say a Port Authority Bus was involved in an accident on the Route 837/Route 51 ramp on the Elizabeth Bridge. A car reportedly made a u-turn in front of a PAT bus.

Pan Am Games Protesters Put On Probation For 12 Months Athletes have been placed on probation for 12 months for their political protests last week at the Pan Am Games.

Sexual Assault Lawsuit Involving Former West Virginia Bishop Settled - A lawsuit accusing the former bishop of West Virginia's Roman Catholic diocese of molesting boys and men has been settled. Wheeling-Charleston Diocese spokesman Tim Bishop said in a statement the terms of the settlement are confidential.

A Court Ruling Just Changed How We Pick Our President A federal appeals court ruled late Tuesday that presidential electors who cast the actual ballots for president and vice president are free to vote as they wish and cannot be required to follow the results of the popular vote in their states, NBC News reported.

Ohio Man Faces New Charges After Threatening Law Enforcement YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio - A grand jury has indicted an 18-year-old Ohio man on charges of making an online threat against federal law enforcement agents. Court documents say Justin Olsen of Boardman also made statements online supporting mass shootings and attacks on Planned Parenthood.

Kidsburgh: Let's Go Fishing Bringing Communities Together A new Program is bringing local communities and children together around the time-honored tradition of fishing.

Route 19 Ramp To Parkway West To Close This Weekend The ramp from Route 19 to the Parkway West will be closed this upcoming weekend and other detours will be in place through November.

6 Seniors Face Charges After Allegedly Having Sex In Public Park - Six people ranging in age from 62 to 85 face sex charges after being arrested in a conservation area in Connecticut. Police say the six, five men and an 85-year-old woman, were involved in lewd and sexual activity in the Grace Richardson conservation area in Fairfield earlier this month.

Meals on Wheels clientsappreciate daily delivery Answering the knock on a recent Wednesday morning, 86-year-old James "Chip" Apolinaro was happy to see Amy Morris bringing a Meals on Wheels delivery to his door. "The food is great," Apolinaro enthused, "and it's a darned good deal. I get my food, my vegetables.

CBS Sports HQ's Fantasy Football Telethon Returns >>WATCH: CBS Sports HQ Fantasy Football Telethon.

Pittsburgh Man Charged With Intent To Distribute Drugs, Concealing Firearm In Child's Toy Box PITTSBURGH - A former Pittsburgh resident is facing charges of federal drug and firearms violations after authorities found several different drugs and firearms between September 2018 and July 2019.

Trump Signs Order to Eliminate Student Loan Debt for Disabled Veterans President Donald Trump announced Wednesday a new plan to eliminate student loan debt for disabled veterans, NBC News reported. "The debt of disabled veterans will be entirely erased," Trump said during a prepared speech at the 75th annual American Veterans convention in Louisville, Kentucky.

River Rescue Pulls Body From Bull Creek In Tarentum Crews are on scene looking for a body in the Allegheny River near the Tarentum Bridge.

Pirates Place Archer On IL, Recall Agrazal Pitcher Chris Archer has been placed on the 10-day injured list with right shoulder inflammation. Along with Archer, pitcher Clay Holmes has also been played on the 10-day injured list with left quadriceps discomfort. In order to fill these roster spots, the Pirates have recalled pitches Dario Agrazal and Parker Markel from Indianapolis.

Excess moisture, slight surface mold resolved in GAR library room WILKES-BARRE - Wilkes-Barre Area School District discovered excess moisture in one room of the GAR Memorial High School Library due to excess moisture, Superintendent Brian Costello confirmed Tuesday, but both problems have been resolved. "It was in one area we utilize at times as a small learning center," Costello said.

WBS Penguins general manager Bill Guerin leaving to helm Minnesota Wild Just a few weeks before training camp opens, the Wilkes-Barre / Scranton Penguins are set to have a new architect. Pittsburgh Penguins assistant general manager Bill Guerin, who counts running the AHL club among his duties, is leaving the organization to take over as GM of the Minnesota Wild.

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