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Buyer Suing Casino Owner for $10 Million

An eastern Pennsylvania company that announced plans to buy The Meadows Racetrack & Casino near Pittsburgh for $465 million has sued the current owner, jeopardizing that deal. »


Prince Music Theater Closing

The famed Prince Music Theater will close soon. Shows will continue until the end of November. »


Car Dealers Flip Vehicles Hit by Hail

This spring's hail storms left hundreds of cars damaged. NBC10's Renee Chenault-Fattah has more on how local car dealers are turning these cars from trash into treasure. »

Philly Department Store Officially Opens

Philly is officially home now to the first Century 21 Department Store outside of the New York area. »

Local College Produces the Most Billionaires

More billionaires studied for their undergraduate degree at the University of Pennsylvania than any other institution. In fact, 25 billionaires studied at Penn, the most of any school, according to a new report.... »

Abington, Jefferson to Sign Letter of Intent to Merge

Thomas Jefferson University, Jefferson Health System and Abington Health signed a letter of intent Wednesday afternoon to merge, a marriage that would create the region's largest health care provider. »

Verizon Closing Pennsylvania Call Center

Verizon says it's closing a northwest Pennsylvania call center and expects to eliminate 117 operator jobs amid a sharp decrease in directory assistance calls. »


SEPTA, Union Negotiate as Strike Remains Possible

Leaders from SEPTA's biggest union met with top negotiators from the transit company Tuesday as a potential strike looms by week's end. NBC10's Rosemary Connors is in Old City where the two sides met. »

CHOP, Temple Get $4.3 Million Grant for HIV Research

The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia and Temple University received a joint $4.3 million grant from the National Institute of Mental Health to investigate new methods for eradicating HIV that lurks in... »

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University "Breeding Team" Creates New Apple From Honeycrisp

University "Breeding Team" Creates New Apple From Honeycrisp

The Honeycrisp apple was created by the University of Minnesota's apple breeding team in the 1950s and released to the masses in 1991.

Police Offer Place to Sell Craigslist Items

Police Offer Place to Sell Craigslist Items

NBC10's Deanna Durante has tips on how you can safely sell and exchange items via Craigslist by meeting in a police parking lot in Montgomery County.

Local Students at the New WHYY Flash Media Labs

Local Students at the New WHYY Flash Media Labs

The WHYY Flash Media Lab opened Tuesday in two Philadelphia Public Schools. NBC10 was there in the Northeast for the reveal.

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