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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.
Investigators say more and more child predators are targeting kids through video gaming systems, which many children spend hours playing everyday. We find out what officials are doing to stop them and share tips on how you can protect your kids.
Authorities arrested 40 people and seized more than $20 million in guns, drugs, cars, gold and cryptocurrency after a massive, year-long undercover operation targeting underground activity on the Internet. Read More
New Jersey Transit has received an extension to install Positive Train Control, a train slowing safety system, on all passenger trains. The NBC10 Investigators reveal how this may impact your commute.
Norristown's council president used a borough placard in metered spaces for parking at her day job at the Montgomery County sheriff’s office. Read More
Norristown's council president, Sonya Sanders, admitted to "an error in judgment" after NBC10 Investigators found that she used a borough placard to park for free at metered parking during the work week.
As school shootings have become more and more common in the news, one school is using technology to keep their students safe. The NBC10 Investigators explain.
One local police chief has an idea for keeping students safe in school: release their school records to police. He says access to records will help police prevent school shootings, but that idea has received plenty of backlash from people who say this would invade a student's privacy.