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The NBC10 investigators discovered that city building inspectors were aware of code violations that posed a fire hazard at the West Philly auto shop that went up in flames on Monday. NBC10 investigative reporter Mitch Blacher has more.
The vapor cloud creeping along the ground looks like something out of a Stephen King novel. Soon, the gas plume erupted into a fireball. Here is the first look at video from inside the June refinery disaster in South Philadelphia. Read More
Cameras inside the Philadelphia Energy Solutions refinery caught on video the massive blasts early June 21 from just yards away. Here is what explosions of hundreds of thousands of pounds of explosive chemicals looks like up close. The video is from Philadelphia Energy Solutions, via the U.S. Chemical Safety Board.
Thousands of pounds of deadly hydrofluoric acid escaped into the atmosphere following the massive June 21 blast at the now-shuttered gas refinery in South Philadelphia, according to a new federal report. Read More
While hundreds of police cameras are positioned across Philadelphia, many of them are malfunctioned. NBC10’s Investigative Reporter Mitch Blacher explains what city leaders are doing to fix the issue.
Willie Veasy, behind bars for 27 years for a 1992 murder in North Philadelphia, has been ordered free and his conviction vacated. Read More
Willie Veasy has spent the last 27 years in prison, claiming his innocence of murder. He believed Tuesday morning that his fight for freedom would finally be complete and he would be set free. NBC10’s Investigative Reporter Mitch Blacher was at the courthouse, learning the newest details of this case and why the judge's decision will be delayed.
Willie Veasy is a convicted killer, but a judge might set him free on Tuesday as the cases of two wrongfully convicted men are connected to his. Veasy’s attorneys say evidence was withheld in the 1993 case.
Willie Veasy, behind bars since 1992 for murder, could walk free Oct. 1 if a Philadelphia judge overturns his decades-old conviction. Read More
The NBC10 Investigators discovered executives at the South Philadelphia refinery were paid millions. Almost all of their bonuses were paid after the refinery exploded but before the company announced its bankruptcy. NBC10's Mitch Blacher investigates.
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