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The NBC10 Investigators are looking into bad bridges across the area. It has been a problem plaguing Pennsylvania for some time. Up until the last few years the state had the worst bridges in the country. An NBC10 investigation revealed engineers had no choice but to close some of those bridges. But the investigators found a new possible danger lurking below.
The executive director of Philadelphia's animal shelter is out of a job after questions arose about financial management and staff well-being during his tenure. Read More
After weeks of rallies and marches there are mayor developments in the gun debate in Pennsylvania. Discussions began on firearms restrictions in the state.
Personal information posted online by the Cape May County Clerk's Office put hundreds of South Jersey residents at risk of identity theft. NBC10 Investigators reporter Mitch Blacher found out how it happened, and shortly after, the information was removed.
A woman who investigators say was groped and forcibly kissed by a Chester police officer is speaking out as questions arise regarding why the officer had the job despite a history of alleged sexual misconduct. Read More
NBC10's George Spencer speaks to a local man who says his wife made false allegations against him in order to take advantage of a law that protects immigrants from domestic violence. The NBC10 Investigators look deeper into similar allegations of sham marriages.
A dream vacation turned into a nightmare for a local mother who says she was tricked into smuggling cocaine for a man she met while on a tropical getaway. Read More
In his more than 25 years as firefighter in Stamford, Connecticut, Capt. Jacques Roy thought he could handle anything – until the smoke cleared from a devastating fire that killed three children and their grandparents. “I was the... Read More
After the NBC10 Investigators researched opioid addiction in babies, Pennsylvania is now taking action to help the problem. NBC10 Investigative Reporter Mitch Blacher reports.
The New Jersey State Police have spent at least $850,000 in recent years on a technology that allows troopers to track cell phone use without phone owners knowing, according to documents provided NBC10. Read More