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Neighbor Christopher Gonzalez, who lives across the street, told The Vindicator newspaper that he had called police about the stranded pup multiple times, but he believes his report was not taken seriously at first.
Mahoning County Deputy Dog Warden Dave Nelson told WKBN that his office received several calls from concerned citizens about the dog on the roof last week, but every time a staffer responded to the scene, the pup was nowhere to be found.
It was owned by the Megargee family and its company, Scranton Broadcasters, along with WGBI radio (910 AM, now WBZU; and 101.3 FM, now WGGY).This area is very mountainous making UHF reception difficult.However, the station was in a unique situation since Scranton/Wilkes-Barre was already a "UHF island" before the government mandated digital transition.As a result, WYOU had traditionally operated several translators to repeat and improve its signal throughout the market.However, in March 2010, to reduce operating costs, all owned and operated translators were shut down after Nexstar determined that its new VHF digital signal for WYOU was adequate to reach the entire market without the legacy UHF translator locations.
Gradually, most operations were consolidated at WBRE's studios, though Nexstar retained WYOU's former facility as a sales office and news bureau.