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Picket Lines at AC's Taj Mahal

The battle over the future of the Trump Taj Mahal entered what could be its final phase on Friday as union picket lines went up outside the struggling casino, which even its would-be savior says is likely... »

Lower Bills for NJ Gas Customers

It will cost customers of New Jersey's largest utility less to heat their homes this winter. »


Utility Company to Provide Price-Slashing Credit

Utility company PSE&G has announced it will be providing a credit that will slash the typical gas bill by about 31 percent. »


Local Company Adopts Agricultural School

FMC is doing its part to help area students by adopting the Saul Agricultural High School. »

First Look: New Century 21 Store on East Market

Shoppers are already flooding the new Century 21 department store in Philadelphia even though it doesn't officially open until next week. »

Historic City Tavern Reopens After Fire

A historic Philadelphia restaurant reopened at lunchtime Friday after a dumpster fire forced the eatery to close for a week. »

Urgent Air Bag Warning: Updated List of Cars That Should Be Fixed

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration issued an urgent plea to more than 7.8 million car owners in the U.S. whose air bag inflators have been recalled to get them repaired. »

Billionaire Says AC's Taj Casino Likely to Close

Billionaire investor Carl Icahn says the struggling Trump Taj Mahal casino "will almost certainly close." »

No Bids for $475K Taxi Medallions

Philadelphia's effort to get more wheelchair-accessible cabs on the road hit a bump this week, when no one bid on two new taxi medallions put up for auction. »

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911 Swatting Prank Targets NJ Man

911 Swatting Prank Targets NJ Man

Harry Hairston and the NBC10 Investigators look into a 911 shooting prank that targeted a Millville video gamer's home. It's part of "Swatting" hoax that costs taxpayers thousands of dollars and...

Schools Officials Investigate Nude Pics, Lewd Tweets

Schools Officials Investigate Nude Pics, Lewd Tweets

Officials in a New Jersey school district say they're investigating a sexting scandal involving multiple schools and they they've notified police.

Tech Company Paid Foreign Workers $1.21 an Hour: Investigators

Tech Company Paid Foreign Workers $1.21 an Hour: Investigators

A California based tech company has been slapped with a fine and ordered to pay thousands of dollars in back wages after a United States Department of Labor investigation revealed the company paid workers $1.21...

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