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Young Americans are stuck between a rock — a college system without cost controls — and a hard place — the need for a higher degree than the high school diploma. Read More
Teachers in Philadelphia don't make a lot of money — between $46,000 and $84,000 — and it's hard-earned: they deal with occasional in-school violence, constant pressure to improve test scores and a high-rate of turnover among their... Read More
The Pennsylvania chapter of a national organization that does legal work for prison inmates who are appealing convictions celebrated a decade by honoring 17 former inmates freed.
Philadelphia Mayor Jim Kenney launched a program to catch frauds who try to steal homes from owners. NBC10 Investigative Reporter Mitch Blacher shows us just how much work there is still left to do.
A new "Fraud Guard" website run by the City of Philadelphia now lets property owners register for an email alert if their name or property appears in a document filed with the City Recorder's Office. Read More
The Electric Scooter craze has landed in cities across America and the next stop could be Philadelphia. NBC10 investigative reporter Mitch Blacher finds out just how safe they really are. Watch Part 2 here.
Could electric scooters be zooming onto the streets of Philly? Pennsylvania lawmakers have to consider the safety of the scooters before making them legal in our streets. NBC10 investigative reporter Mitch Blacher has the details. Watch Part 1 here.
The prescription pad of a doctor at the Veterans Administration in Philadelphia was used to purchase opioids at pharmacies across eastern Pennsylvania. It's a tale of fraudulent prescription-writing that the Drug Enforcement Administration calls "a big issue."
Doctors in Pennsylvania will be required to prescribe opioids electronically, starting Oct. 24, in response to the American opioid epidemic and the susceptibility to fraud of handwritten prescriptions. Read More
Philadelphia expanded its anti-lead law to cover many more rental units in the city in legislation signed Tuesday that further decreases the chance of lead poisoning in housing across the city. Read More
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