Here's what's trending for August 16.

A man is dead following a crash in Monroe County. The accident happened yesterday when Wilhelm Nebel of Saylorsburg lost control of his vehicle along Route 209 in Hamilton Township and struck a utility pole. He was pronounced dead at the scene. Authorities are investigating the cause of the crash.

A suspect accused of being involved in a triple shooting in Monroe County has been apprehended. Pennsylvania State Police announced Kenell Chisholm of York was taken into custody yesterday morning. According to authorities, Chisholm was apprehended without incident in the 400 block of Scotrun Avenue in Pocono Township as he was wanted on several charges including attempted homicide.

East Stroudsburg is mourning the loss of a beloved community figure. Ed Christian, who was an English teacher at East Stroudsburg High School and also served as the head football coach, died at the age of 83. Christian began as an assistant coach in 1967 and became the head coach in 1981. The cause of Christian's passing remains undisclosed at this time.

The average price for a gallon of gas in Pennsylvania has essentially held steady over the past seven days. The average price Tuesday, according to AAA East Central, was $3.90, down a fraction of a cent from the previous week. In the Lehigh Valley, the average price was $3.82, down three cents from August 8th of last week. The local price is 39 cents below where it stood last August 8th.

Pennsylvania is kicking off its quest for a Little League World Series title. Mid-Atlantic representative Media squares off against Southwest champion Needville in Williamsport tonight. Pennsylvania advanced after edging Washington, DC in a 2-0, walk-off victory in the regional championship game. Media, which is in Delaware County, is hoping to become the state's first Little League title winner since Levittown won the title more than 60 years ago.

New Jersey's former Governor and 2024 presidential hopeful appears to be moving up in the polls. According to the latest GOP presidential primary polling in New Hampshire Chris Christie has now edged ahead of Florida Governor Ron DeSantis with nine-percent of support according to the latest Emerson College poll, compared to DeSantis' eight-percent. Both men trail former President Donald Trump, the who continues to dominate handily with forty-nine percent of voter support. It's the first time DeSantis, whose campaign has been struggling in recent weeks, has fallen behind Christie who has grown increasingly vocal in his attacks against Trump.

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