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Archaeologists at Penn Museum who exhumed his body from a suburban Philadelphia cemetery had DNA tested, but an ancestor remains unconvinced. Read More
Archaeologists at Penn Museum exhumed the body of 19th century mass murderer H.H. Holmes from Holy Cross Cemetery outside Philadelphia earlier this year. Lead archaeologist Samantha Cox and her team shared photographs with...
Polyurethane furniture. Misplaced smoke detectors. Even open doors. The commonsense ways to greatly enhance survival in a house fire. Read More
A now 50-year-old owner of a shipping company, who lives in Lansdowne, was on trial in Philadelphia for allegedly lying on immigration forms. In his past, prosecutors alleged he was a war criminal. Read More
The Philadelphia Department of Health is waging a war on rats. NBC10 investigative reporter Mitch Blacher gives an inside look on the battle against the rodents.
Like many of America's older cities, rats aren't hard to find in Philadelphia. But they are hard to control. With over 7,000 citizen complaints of rats in the last two years — about 10 on average each day — it's less a war to... Read More
Like many old cities in the United States, Philadelphia has a rat infestation problem. And these rodents could be scurrying right under your feet at this moment.
A South Jersey contractor has been named in a civil complaint filed Monday by the state Attorney General's office for allegedly using "deceptive practices" on at least 23 reconstruction jobs following Superstorm Sandy. Read More
Monroe Township District Schools are closed for the rest of the week due to mold contamination. NBC10 Investigative Reporter George Spencer took a look into mold regulations at local schools.
According to an analysis from Syracuse University, the policies of the Obama and Trump administrations have led to a record number of deportation cases. But as NBC10 investigative reporter Mitch Blacher discovered, the courts can't handle the strain.