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NBC10 Investigators reporter Mitch Blacher traces the opioid epidemic to its sources, after finding doctors over-prescribing medicine, with no care for the consequences. Click here to find a pill drop-off location near you.
With hit and runs frequently happening in Philadelphia, the NBC10 Investigators took a look at what was behind the epidemic. NBC10 Investigative Reporter Mitch Blacher got some answers.
Six former Montgomery County officers are now facing charges after allegedly assaulting inmates. One victims mother says she hopes now the violence will stop.
The NBC10 Investigators met face-to-face with leaders of accused hate groups to see how the new administration’s policies have changed their membership. Read More
Residents say security failures at the Devereux Behavioral Health Center in Glenmoore, Chester County has put their community at risk. NBC10 Investigative reporter Mitch Blacher finds out what officials are doing at the juvenile treatment center to address their concerns.
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.
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