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Gareth Glaser, a retired executive from Radnor, Pennsylvania, has a plan to bring a "smart gun" to market by the summer of 2019. His firearm would incorporate "token recognition technology," which prevents a gun from firing without a corresponding piece of equipment being within inches of the trigger.
A Radnor man wants to begin selling "smart" handguns that use "token recognition technology": The gun won't fire unless the "token" is within inches of the trigger. The token could be a ring or a watch or an implant. Read More
The city of Philadelphia has devoted efforts to cleaning up Kensington, and now residents are seeing a difference. The NBC10 Investigators headed back to Kensington to see the impact.
There's no law in Pennsylvania that requires people to report stolen guns. George Spencer and the NBC 10 Investigators ask why.
A yearlong investigation by The Trace and more than a dozen NBC TV stations identified more than 23,000 stolen firearms recovered by police between 2010 and 2016 — the vast majority connected with crimes. Read More
With the number of stolen guns on the rise in Philadelphia, the NBC10 Investigators took a deeper look into how those guns were impacting the community.
With the number of stolen guns on the rise, a new technology could be tracking shootings. NBC10 Investigative Reporter George Spencer explains.
Less than two weeks after an NBC10 investigation into opioid addicted babies, Gov. Tom Wolf's Administration has come up with new guidelines for how doctors prescribe opioids. NBC10's Mitch Blacher has the story.
Flossie Fagan, an expectant mother from Port Richmond in the city, struggles with heroin addiction. What does that mean for her unborn child? Her story is like so many other young women pregnant and addicted.
Babies are being born addicted to opioids more than ever. Pennsylvania still doesn't keep track of them.