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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.
Three years after the NBC10 Investigators first reported that parishioners questioned what their church donations were used for, a Burlington County court found no wrongdoing by the church in a civil trial. Read More
Philadelphia is the only big city where police routinely rush gunshot and stab wound victims to the nearest trauma center instead of waiting for an ambulance. The practice — known as “scoop and run” or “scoop and go” — is... Read More
In 2014, Congress mandated that the VA create a burn pit registry. So far, more than 157,000 Iraq and Afghanistan veterans have reported symptoms on the voluntary registry. Here are some of their stories. Read More
In an exclusive interview, one of the victims in the horrifying 2011 "basement of horrors" tells NBC10 how desperate she and the other victims became during their captivity in a Philadelphia row home. Read More
Amid all the hubbub surrounding the upcoming midterm elections, one critical player in Philadelphia is missing. That’s Anthony Clark, one of the three city commissioners in Philadelphia. Clark has remained a controversial character... Read More
An NBC10 Investigators review of five years' worth of police incidents across the SEPTA system found that strategies under the current police chief are working to keep crime levels down and more violent incidents from occurring. Read More
The super-slow recovery for thousands in New Jersey is made all the more painful by the fact that state agencies are still sitting on $1.3 billion in federal recovery funds. Read More
Philadelphia police give the NBC10 Investigators an exclusive look at how scoop and run is saving lives. And George Spencer looks into why police are transporting more and more shooting victims to the hospital.
Police officers in the City of Brotherly Love often race shooting victims to the hospital rather than wait for paramedics. Experts in trauma and policing say more cities should consider it.
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