Rodnor Township Police showed the violent force of one of their six machine guns to Harry Hairston and the NBC10 Investigators. Police Chief Bill Colarulo says that the Radnor Board of Commissioners decided to destroy these guns rather then risk them falling into the wrong hands.
Harry Hairston and the NBC10 Investigators go through the process of purchasing an AR-15 rifle like the one used in the Newtown, Conn. school rampage. Local gun stores say gun sales have skyrocketed since the Sandy Hook school attack.
NBC10 Investigators ask local politicians if money could influence the way railroads are inspected. Read More
NBC10's Harry Hairston spoke to one of Conrail's top ranking administrators, Vice President and Chief Engineer Tim Tierney, to see if he had any answers about last week's train derailment in Paulsboro, N.J.
A condo association is fining a woman with 4 dogs after she moved in with her mother in a community that doesn't allow pets. Read More
The FBI is warning online shoppers that cyber crimes are on the increase. NBC10's Harry Hairston reports. To file an internet crime compliant click here.
State Police rule out driver error as a cause for crash that landed Charter Tech students in the hospital. Read More
Police and a former pickpocket have a warning for holiday shoppers, stay off the phone and keep your purse and your wallet where you can see them -- in front of you. SEPTA Police Chief Thomas Nestel is also urging travels to be nosy and keep an eye on what's going on rather than what's on your phone. NBC10's Harry Hairston reports.
With holiday shopping in full swing, merchants and police are on high alert for would-be thieves. NBC10's Harry Hairston took a look at what this past weekend showed security experts.
Philadelphia Police are using social media, including Pinterest, to try and catch criminals. They tell NBC10's Harry Hairston and the NBC10 Investigators that it's the 21st Century equivalent to walking a beat.
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An Arizona commission approved a nearly $560,000 fine on Wednesday against the state Forestry Division in the deaths of 19 firefighters, including a Pennsylvania native, after an investigative agency found that officials...
A local oil company's sudden closing is not only leaving customers without heat, it's leaving them with an empty wallet.
A Toys for Tots volunteer was mistaken as a thief when she collected donated toys from a local restaurant this week.
Police are investigating the discovery of several caskets underneath the playground of a North Philadelphia school.
A 14-year-old boy pleaded not guilty to murder, aggravated rape and armed robbery charges Wednesday in the killing of his high school math teacher. Philip Chism is accused in the Oct. 22 death of Colleen Ritzer, a popular teacher...
Today marks the 50th anniversary of the Pan Am Flight 214 plane crash in Elton, Md.