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Changing the Narrative on School Discipline

Changing the Narrative on School Discipline

Philadelphia Police and educators come together to change the narrative on school discipline. NBC10 Investigative reporter George Spencer looks at how this new discipline model is changing things for students.

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Tuesday, Feb 21, 2017
Multiple Montco Correctional Officers Allegedly Beat Inmate

Multiple Montco Correctional Officers Allegedly Beat Inmate

In an NBC10 exclusive, Mitch Blacher and the investigators are looking for answers after an inmate was allegedly assaulted by as many as six officers at the Montgomery County Corrections Center.

Investigations
Monday, Feb 20, 2017
NBC10 Investigators: Deadly Hit-and-Run Crashes in Philly

NBC10 Investigators: Deadly Hit-and-Run Crashes in Philly

The NBC10 Investigators found Philadelphia’s hit-and-run problem is as lethal as ever. NBC10 Investigative Reporter Mitch Blacher shows us intersections that have been deadly over and over again.

Investigations
Thursday, Feb 16, 2017
Hour-Long Bus Rides for Hundreds of Students

Hour-Long Bus Rides for Hundreds of Students

Hundreds of students in our region are riding school buses everyday for over an hour, and that's just one way. NBC10 Investigative reporter Mitch Blacher asked school administrators what they're doing to fix the problem.

Investigations
Monday, Feb 20, 2017
Policing the Schools

Policing the Schools

Across America, hundreds of thousands of school children are suspended, expelled or arrested each year. An NBC investigation shows that black students with disabilities are arrested, suspended or expelled far more often than other... Read More

Investigations
Monday, Feb 13, 2017
What You Need to Know About 'Product-Hopping'

What You Need to Know About 'Product-Hopping'

A tactic called ‘product hopping’ may be keeping prescription drug prices too high. NBC10 Investigative Reporter George Spencer tells us what patients need to know.

Investigations
Friday, Feb 10, 2017
District Attorney Seth Williams Won't Seek Re-Election

District Attorney Seth Williams Won't Seek Re-Election

Amid ethics controversy, District Attorney Seth Williams will not seek re-election. Williams says the scrutiny on him has become too much of a distraction.

Investigations
Friday, Feb 10, 2017
Thousands of Pa. Elevators Missing Inspection Certificates

Thousands of Pa. Elevators Missing Inspection Certificates

The NBC10 Investigators have uncovered thousands of Pennsylvania elevators that are missing their inspection certificates. NBC10 investigative reporter Mitch Blacher has more.

Investigations
Friday, Feb 10, 2017
Why Are So Many Elevators Not in Compliance?

Why Are So Many Elevators Not in Compliance?

NBC10 Investigators reporter Mitch Blacher found that thousands of elevators in Pennsylvania are missing inspection certifications.

Investigations
Monday, Feb 6, 2017
NBC10 Investigators: Gas Main Questions in the Wake of Home Explosion

NBC10 Investigators: Gas Main Questions in the Wake of Home Explosion

NBC10 Investigative Reporter George Spencer wanted to know why it could take up to two decades for the utility to get its maps up to date.

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