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NBC10 Investigators are exposing a new crime to the Philadelpia area: stealing deeds. Prosecuters allege another suspect tried stealing city houses by faking deed transfers. NBC10 Investigators have the latest on how this deed fraud is affecting home owners.
A driver going the wrong way on Interstate 95 near the Philadelphia International Airport on Monday, March 4, was chased by police. The wrong-way driver's pickup truck eventually crashed head-on with another vehicle. Now, Philadelphia police are admitting the officers violated their pursuit policy.
The jobs of Philadelphia EMS technicians and paramedics are among the busiest and most stressful in the city. Jeremiah Laster, a deputy chief with the Philadelphia Fire Department, gave NBC10 an insider's look at a day in the life saving lives in America's sixth-largest city.
Philadelphia Fire Department records show that 66 percent of all EMS arrivals to 9-1-1 emergencies take longer than 9 minutes. What will it take to improve their times? The fire commissioner talked with NBC10 Investigators. Read More
Philadelphia ambulances arrive at an emergency location within nine minutes of a 9-1-1 call just 33 percent of the time. The 9-minute benchmark is an industry standard, according to experts. Here is what happens when a 9-1-1 call comes in.
Where you live could impact your health, according to the 500 Cities Project, which provides an in-depth look at the health of 100 million Americans living in 27,000 neighborhoods across all 50 states. Read More
It’s been nearly 30 years since the "Frankford Slasher" terrorized Philadelphia, killing at least eight women whose murders still remain a mystery. Decades later, police are re-examining existing DNA evidence that could, finally... Read More
Three police chases in Delaware last month raise questions about why police initiate pursuits and what occurs when they cross state lines. Take our quiz below to learn more about the police procedure. Read More
NJ Transit's only rail line through South Jersey has been shut down since September. NBC10 Investigators asked when it would start again, and reviewed hundreds of inspections that showed safety issues across the entire system.
South Jersey's only NJ Transit line connecting Atlantic City to destinations west has been shut down since September. NBC10 also reviewed hundreds of federal inspection reports that show a wide range of safety issues. Read More
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