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Wednesday, Feb 22, 2017 at 01:30 PM EST

Montco School District to Close Elementary School

Montco School District to Close Elementary School

This will be the final school year for students at a Montgomery County elementary school.

Wednesday, Feb 22, 2017 at 11:30 AM EST

Multiple Montco Correctional Officers Allegedly Beat Inmate

Multiple Montco Correctional Officers Allegedly Beat Inmate

In an NBC10 exclusive, Mitch Blacher and the investigators are looking for answers after an inmate was allegedly assaulted by as many as six officers at the Montgomery County Corrections Center.

Tuesday, Feb 21, 2017 at 02:03 PM EST

Woman Visiting Husband's Grave Dies After Cemetery Crash

Woman Visiting Husband's Grave Dies After Cemetery Crash

A Pennsylvania woman visiting her husband's grave in Montgomery County died after she had an asthma attack that caused her to crash her car in the cemetery.

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Burglar Drops Into Montco Meat Market, Steals Gun & Money

Burglar Drops Into Montco Meat Market, Steals Gun & Money

For the second time this month, a robber rappelled into a Montgomery County business.

Wednesday, Feb 22, 2017 at 01:50 PM EST

'Snubbed' Bill Cosby Slams NBC Following Anniversary Special

'Snubbed' Bill Cosby Slams NBC Following Anniversary Special

Cosby took to social media Wednesday to slam the network for what he believes was an attempt to snub his connection to NBC during a recent 90th anniversary special celebrating the network's programming.

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Mom Who Decapitated Baby Gets 15 Years to Life in Prison
Mom Who Decapitated Baby Gets 15 Years to Life in Prison

An Ohio woman charged with stabbing and decapitating her 3-month-old daughter has pleaded guilty to murder and been sentenced to 15 years to life in prison.

Materials on Roof Burn at South Jersey Warehouse
Materials on Roof Burn at South Jersey Warehouse

Fire raged through a building under construction in Gloucester County Thursday evening.

Councilmember: Make Philly More Pot Dispensary-Friendly
Councilmember: Make Philly More Pot Dispensary-Friendly

A rule prohibiting dispensaries from being within 1,000 feet of schools or daycare centers poses a potential roadblock for a city bursting with both amenities. If enacted, Philadelphia could lose out on having any dispensaries within city limits.

Ex-Officer Faces Assault Charges for Post-Road Rage Shooting
Ex-Officer Faces Assault Charges for Post-Road Rage Shooting

Police in Montgomery County charged a former member of their department with assault after they say he fired on a car – striking a 15-year-old girl – after that car ran over his foot during a road rage encounter.

Main Line School Worker Shows Lewd Images to Students: Cops
Main Line School Worker Shows Lewd Images to Students: Cops

For the second time in less than a month, a Main Line school is dealing with a sexual investigation on campus.

Champions in Action Applications Sought
Champions in Action Applications Sought

Citizens Bank is now accepting applications for the Champions in Action program in the Violence Prevention category.