Pennsylvania State Police are now investigating a local ambulance and transportation company that's already under scrutiny. Read More
A local ambulance and transportation company already under investigation is now under even more scrutiny after one of its vehicles lost a tire while a sick infant was onboard. Read More
A local ambulance and transportation company is under investigation after state inspectors determined that some of its drivers may not be equipped to respond to emergencies. Read More
New details are emerging on the company that sold the security gate that crushed a young girl to death outside of a Rita's Water Ice last month. NBC10's Harry Hairston has the story.
New details continue to emerge on the company that sold the security gate that crushed a young girl to death at a Rita’s Water Ice last month. Read More
NBC10's Harry Hairston was in University City talking to food truck owners just a day after 12 people were injured in a food truck explosion.
NBC10 speaks to Ron Waters, one of the four Pennsylvania representatives under investigation for allegedly taking cash bribes.
NBC10's Harry Hairston investigates changes made one year after the collapse of a building on 22nd and Market.
Food trucks are checked by License and Inspections crews in Philadelphia, but NBC10 has not found anyone who monitors the propane tanks connected which caused an explosion Tuesday afternoon. NBC10's Harry Hairston spoke with the man who built the exploded food truck and reports from University City with the details.
Philadelphia's District Attorney's Office announced charges Tuesday afternoon against three Bucks County residents in a Center City beating of two gay men.
A Florida developer interested in remaking the shuttered Revel Casino told Reuters his vision for the empty Atlantic City property includes a university that would ideally be attended by students who are "white and over 21."
A teenage girl died after a stray bullet fired following a high school brawl outside a Philadelphia transportation center struck her in the back just feet from a North Philly hospital.
More than a year after a racism scandal decimated her business empire, celebrity cook Paula Deen returned to the "Today" show Tuesday to discuss her comeback plans, and the events of the past 12 months.
A New Jersey town where a police officer was videotaped making critical remarks about President Barack Obama is reconsidering a law that would require people to get permits to photograph or film inside public buildings.
Police issued an arrest warrant for a man they say mugged a University of Delaware College student then stole her pink can of pepper spray -- one of three recent robberies targeting UDel students.