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Philly L&I Under Scrutiny

Philly L&I Under Scrutiny

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L&I has been under a lot of scrutiny since the 2014 Market Street building collapse that killed six people, and since then, the department promised to make numerous changes. One city official, however, said it is no safer today than it was before. NBC10's Harry Hairston has the story.

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Mar 24, 2015 Share
Investigators: Are Local School Buses Safe?

Investigators: Are Local School Buses Safe?

NBC10's Mitch Blacher took a closer look at school bus safety across the region and despite graphic images that may prove otherwise, the school bus is still the safest way to go.

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Food Truck Propane Tanks Still Not Inspected

Food Truck Propane Tanks Still Not Inspected

Seven months ago City Council promised to have local officials inspect food trucks in the wake of a giant explosion killing a mother and her daughter, but no inspections have been conducted. NBC10's Harry Hairston investigates as to what is taking so long.

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Mar 20, 2015 Share
Crumbling Commonwealth

Crumbling Commonwealth

Living in one of the oldest areas in the country comes with the price of paying for an aging infrastructure or suffering the consequences.

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Neighborhood Nightmares: 25,000 Vacant Properties

Neighborhood Nightmares: 25,000 Vacant Properties

The City of Philadelphia is home to tens of thousands of vacant properties which run the gamut from eyesores to imminently dangerous structures that could fall at any moment. This series documents the city's struggles to get rid of...

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Mar 19, 2015 Share
Taxpayers Spend $25M for Philly Offices, Storage

Taxpayers Spend $25M for Philly Offices, Storage

The City of Philadelphia spent nearly 25 million dollars last year to lease office space. Read More

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Mar 16, 2015 Share
Borough Manager: Tires Slashed After Fight With Fire Co.

Borough Manager: Tires Slashed After Fight With Fire Co.

The borough manager of a troubled Delaware County, Pennsylvania town says she had her tires slashed after questioning spending by the volunteer fire department. Read More

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Feb 25, 2015 Share
PGW's 88-Year Fix for Gas Concerns

PGW's 88-Year Fix for Gas Concerns

The chairman of Pennsylvania’s Public Utilities Commission tells the NBC10 Investigators he has real concern over the safety of Philadelphia's gas lines. Read More

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Man Ticketed For Parking Too Close to Vehicle?

Man Ticketed For Parking Too Close to Vehicle?

If you park in Philly, you're going to want to watch this! One man tells the NBC10 Investigators that he was ticketed for parking too close to a vehicle. Now he wants to know how the officer knew which car was there first. NBC10's Harry Hairston did some more digging on what this ticket really means.

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Colwyn Council Meeting Chaos

Colwyn Council Meeting Chaos

NBC10's Harry Hairston takes another look inside the chaotic Colwyn Council meetings.

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