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Bulletproof backpacks are being sold with the company behind it claiming they will keep students safe in the event of a school shooting. But do they actually work? The NBC10 Investigators take a look.
A former City of Chester police officer pleaded guilty to charges of indecent assault while on the job.
Fallout is growing over a story the NBC10 Investigators first broke back in February. Whistleblowers told us the city of Chester ignored red flags in hiring a police officer who was later accused of assault on the job. A new federal lawsuit could force Chester to pay up to the officers' accusers.
In Pennsylvania, there are nine million licensed drivers. NBC10 Investigative Reporter Mitch Blacher discovered that last year, Penndot sold some of that license information to seven different companies, making a large profit.
After a landmark grand jury investigation into clergy sex abuse in six Pennsylvania dioceses was released, there's growing calls to hold the church financially responsible.
A former volunteer is accusing the ACCT of firing her for exposing the Philadelphia animal shelter's mismanagement.
A local councilwoman accused of parking without paying is calling our investigation "unethical" and denies doing anything wrong. The NBC10 Investigators have the latest details.
Do violent games make the players violent? The NBC10 Investigators are looking into whether the weapons, blood, and violence portrayed in the games impact those players.
Children aren't the only ones who play too many video games. Many adults are dealing with video game addiction as well. The NBC10 Investigators spoke to one man who says his obsession with video games cost him his education, health and relationships with loved ones.
Just last month, the "World Health Organization" formally designated compulsive video game playing as a new mental health condition. We found many families dealing with the issue.