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According to civil rights advocates at the Southern Poverty Law Center, the number of hate groups across the nation has cracked 1,000. In the aftermath of the mass shooting in El Paso, Texas, NBC10 investigative reporter Mitch Blacher takes a look back at an earlier report on hate groups in the Pennsylvania region.
Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf committed more state money to getting lead out of Philadelphia schools. NBC10 Investigative reporter Mitch Blacher spoke to the governor about his plan as well as what he’ll do about lead in Pennsylvania homes.
The owners of the decades-old gas refinery in South Philadelphia have once again filed for bankruptcy. This time, however, it’s to close down the facility. But could another entity buy the property?
It has been a month since the refinery explosion in South Philadelphia. Residents in the area have been complaining about the side effects they have been experiencing, such as unpleasant odors, headaches and sore throats. Authorities say the odor will continue until the refinery shutdowns.
Questions still surround numerous high-profile cases from the early 1990s because of renewed interest in recent years. A string of overturned murder convictions is leading to pressure to look into other cases. One man, Chester Hollman, was freed this week after 28 years behind bars. A witness recanted.
A Philadelphia councilwoman who proposed improvements to the city's 2011 law on lead poisoning said she fully expects a vote on the new legislation before the end of 2019.
The fight to keep Hahnemann Hospital open is very much alive throughout Philadelphia. However, the medical institution's closure is becoming inevitable as it has been revealed that the hospital's owners owe over $88 million to more than 30 different businesses.
Jude Navas gave NBC10 an inside look in late 2017 and early 2018 at the journey he took to transition. Now living in Texas with his girlfriend, Navas has some wisdom to share during 2019 Pride Month.
Hearing the plans to close Hahnemann Hospital, workers are worried about their jobs and the 40,000 people who go to the hospital’s emergency room each year. It turns out, the hospital had been facing financial problems for years. Despite the warning signs, Philadelphia politicians say they weren’t aware it was in such bad financial shape.
The closure of the South Philadelphia Refinery impacts workers far beyond the layoffs. Taxpayers who have been supporting Philadelphia Energy Solutions will be impacted as well.
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