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The NBC10 Investigators uncovered a potential risk to public safety. Investigative reporter Mitch Blacher shows us how a recent electrical fire exposed the fact that there's only one hazmat team in the entire city of Philadelphia. Now a city leader is working to solve the problem as firefighters do their best with the resources they have.
Philadelphia Gas Works is seeking a rate increase that would impact half a million natural gas customers. The average homeowner would pay at least ten dollars more a month. NBC10 Investigative Reporter George Spencer was there as customers weighed in.
For the first time, a former Delaware corrections officer is speaking out about the deadly February uprising and standoff at the James T. Vaughn Correctional Center in Smyrna, Delaware. The riot resulted in the death of Lt. Steven Floyd. The officer claims there were warning signs of tension building that were ignored.
The newest front in the "War on Terror" is here at home in the United States. Experts say our greatest threat now comes from our own citizens who use online propaganda to recruit home-grown terrorists. Read More
Philadelphia Gas Works is seeking its first rate increase since 2009. Under a new proposal, the average homeowner would pay PGW at least $10 more every month. NBC10 Investigators reporter George Spencer found out why the Philly plan could influence the way utilities calculate everyone’s rates.
It was a spectacle few people had the opportunity to witness on May 7, 1896, but that didn't stop them of gathering outside the Moyamensing Prison at 13th Street and Passyunk Ave. Read More
A national group has awarded the NBC10 Investigators' work exposing failing grades for fire drills at Philadelphia schools. Read More
NBC’s Tracy Davidson speaks with NBC10 Investigators reporter George Spencer about a new series of stories which uncovers some of Philly’s dark past, serial killer H.H. Holmes.
Philadelphia is home to two of the deadliest train derailments in history, and now the focus is on safety for all trains. But, federal regulators still have questions for Amtrak.
Last year, taxpayers spent more than 81 million dollars incarcerating kids. Now, that bill will be completely the taxpayer's responsibility.
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