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Dismal Attendance at Sixers Games

The Philadelphia 76ers finished their “rebuilding” year averaging 13,869 fans a game -- a decrease of nearly 3,000 fans per game over last year’s mark. It represents a 17 percent drop. »

Owners of Philly Newspapers Pledge $77M Bids

Rival owners fighting for control of Philadelphia's two largest newspapers have each pledged $77 million to buy the other out. »

Philadelphia Navy Yard Unveils Its First Hotel

The Philadelphia Navy Yard’s quest to become a full-service business park is one step closer. »


Who Makes More Mistakes on Taxes?

Who do you think has better odds -- you or the person you pay to get your tax return done? Watch. »

Wawa Celebrates a Milestone

Wawa convenience stores give away coffee to mark 50th anniversary. »

Google VP Tapped as Dean for Pa. College

Andrew W. Moore will become dean of the nationally known computer school in August. »

Owners of Manco & Manco Plead Not Guilty

The owners of a chain of landmark New Jersey shore pizza places have pleaded not guilty to charges they face in a federal tax case. »


Protect Against Identity Theft

Shred those documents. Identity theft experts explain why it's a great way to protect yourself. The NBC10 Great Shredder event is being held on this Saturday, April 12 from 9 »

Tax Increases Approved

Companies will take the hit. »


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What Our Homes May Look Like in a Decade

What Our Homes May Look Like in a Decade

We know that technology is changing everything around us, but do you wonder what that might look like in reality in your kitchen, bathroom and bedroom a decade from now?

New App Promises Pay for Carrying Out 'Microjobs'

New App Promises Pay for Carrying Out 'Microjobs'

An app, newly launched in the Philly area, offers the users pay to complete small tasks at local discount stores and restaurants.

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