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Wednesday, Feb 6, 2019
Philadelphia Has a Hit-and-Run Epidemic. 1,000s of Drivers Flee Crashes Every Month.

Philadelphia Has a Hit-and-Run Epidemic. 1,000s of Drivers Flee Crashes Every Month.

The hit-and-run culture is spread over much of the city. In the two years' data that police provided NBC10 Investigator, it is revealed that a hit-and-run was reported at more than 26,000 different locations. We tracked down victims and city activists, who have ideas for how to curb the thousands of incidents each month in which a driver flees a crash.

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Monday, Feb 4, 2019
40 a Day: Philly's Hit-and-Run Epidemic Overwhelming Police

40 a Day: Philly's Hit-and-Run Epidemic Overwhelming Police

Nearly 40 times a day, a call comes into the Philadelphia police department for a crime that goes way under the radar when rating the safety of the city: vehicular hit-and-runs. It's a total that overwhelms investigators, stunting... Read More

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Saturday, Feb 2, 2019
Adopted Abroad, Raised in US, and Now Facing Deportation

Adopted Abroad, Raised in US, and Now Facing Deportation

An NBC Bay Area investigation has discovered tens of thousands of U.S. residents, adopted as infants from foreign countries, and raised in the United States, now face possible deportation – because they are technically not... Read More

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Monday, Jan 14, 2019
NBC10 Investigators: New Report Accuses Philly Animal Shelter of Wasteful Spending, Loose Financial Control

NBC10 Investigators: New Report Accuses Philly Animal Shelter of Wasteful Spending, Loose Financial Control

The NBC10 Investigators conitnue to look at alleged mismanagement at Philadelphia's Animal Shelter. The city controller is also raising concerns over wasteful spending.

Investigations
Wednesday, Jan 9, 2019
Details on Suspect in Chase and Manhunt

Details on Suspect in Chase and Manhunt

NBC10 Investigators are digging through Dejuan Robinson’s criminal past to see where it all began. Besides the charges that he already has in Wilmington, Robinson will now likely face charges in Philadelphia too after he allegedly led police on a multi-state chase that left several officers hurt.

Investigations
Thursday, Dec 27, 2018
NJ Transit Remains Under Pressure After Missing Federal Safety Deadline

NJ Transit Remains Under Pressure After Missing Federal Safety Deadline

The busy transit agency that runs from Philadelphia to Atlantic City to New York City and dozens of stops in communities throughout New Jersey is yet to meet federal standards for Positive Train Control safety systems. It has already led to the closure of NJ Transit's Atlantic City Line.

Investigations
Tuesday, Dec 25, 2018
Push to Get Possibly Dangerous Dirty Fire Uniforms Cleaned More Often

Push to Get Possibly Dangerous Dirty Fire Uniforms Cleaned More Often

The union representing Philadelphia firefighters is fighting to get firefighting gear cleaned more often. A recent study shows that firefighters can absorb dangerous cancerous chemicals through their contaminated clothing and equipment. Firefighters want extracting washing machines to clean their gear.

Investigations
Friday, Nov 9, 2018
NBC10 Investigators: Living With Lead

NBC10 Investigators: Living With Lead

The Centers for Disease Control says there is no lead level that is safe for children under six, but an NBC10 Investigation shows that lead levels are high in some of the biggest rental properties. Now, parents of children impacted are trying to find out how this happened.

Investigations
Monday, Dec 17, 2018
Police Officers Open Up About Mental Health

Police Officers Open Up About Mental Health

The former top cop of Philadelphia, Charles Ramsey, one of the most respected police chiefs in America, talked with NBC10 about the stress of officers killed in the line of duty under his watch, including the one that pushed him to retirement. Other officers also talked about the job and its toll on their mental health, which NBC television stations surveyed nationally over the last year

Investigations
Monday, Dec 17, 2018
Firefighters, City of Philadelphia Meet, Talk Cancer Claims

Firefighters, City of Philadelphia Meet, Talk Cancer Claims

Firefighters with cancer diagnoses in recent years have had to go to court over claims made for medical benefits and financial support from the City of Philadelphia. Following an NBC10 Investigators report in November, firefighters' union officials and members of Mayor Kenney's administration met to discuss the process of vetting cancer claims. Both sides said the meetings were fruitful. Another meeting is scheduled for January.

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