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When Will You Be Able to Get the Coronavirus Vaccine? Determine Your Spot in...

As the federal government rolls out coronavirus vaccines to states and cities in a phased vaccination programs, many people are wondering when they will be able to get the vaccine. Use this calculator...

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Introducing The Lineup, a New Newscast on Roku and Apple TV from NBC10

We’re proud to introduce The Lineup, NBC10’s new newscast on Roku and Apple TV! Hosted by NBC10’s Erin Coleman and Keith Jones, The Lineup is a quick way to catch up on the news you need – and the...

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Find It on 10: Today's Links

Looking for more information about a subject you saw featured on NBC10 News? Find it here! TUESDAY, MARCH 30 The Monkey’s Uncle FRIDAY, MARCH 26 CrossFit Main Line Sign-a-Riffic THURSDAY, MARCH 25...

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When Can I Get my Vaccine? Pa., Philly, NJ and Del. Expand Eligibility

As states in the Philadelphia region ramp up their vaccine programs to meet President Joe Biden’s goal of eligibility for about 90% of American adults by April 19 and all adults by May, Philadelphia,...

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What Do Riders Really Think of SEPTA? Answers Are a Huge Challenge for...

What to Know SEPTA’s ridership fell 88 percent in the early days of the pandemic, and is now at only 35 percent of pre-pandemic levels. Riders in a new NBC10 survey say they are worried about...

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Man Accused of Attacking and Yelling Racist Remarks at Asian Man in Chinatown

What to Know Police arrested a man accused of attacking and yelling racist remarks at an Asian man in Philadelphia’s Chinatown neighborhood Tuesday night.  Police said they received multiple calls...

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Deadly Shooting of Boy, 15, Underscores Rising Killings of Philly's Kids

NBC10 is one of dozens of news organizations producing BROKE in Philly, a collaborative reporting project on solutions to poverty and the city’s push toward economic justice. Follow us at...

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Unemployed NJ Electrician Accused of Being at Forefront of US Capitol Siege

What to Know An out-of-work electrician with a 2-month-old child has become the latest tri-state area arrest in connection to the deadly U.S. Capitol siege that took place Jan. 6, according to federal...

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Defrocked Pa. Priest Revered in East Timor Accused of Abuse

It was the same every night. A list of names was posted on the Rev. Richard Daschbach’s bedroom door. The child at the top of the roster knew it was her turn to share the lower bunk with the elderly...

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Man Killed, Officer Hurt as Gunman, Cops Shoot Each Other After Traffic Stop

A gunman was killed and an officer is recovering from a gunshot wound after a traffic stop led to both the man and police to open fire on one another in Philadelphia’s Olney neighborhood, officials...

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‘All Hands on Deck': Feds, Philly Police Team Up to Tackle City's Gun...

A large contingent of local federal agency leaders are announcing a broad partnership with the Philadelphia police to try lowering the number of shootings in the city as residents are feeling the...

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Philly School District Offering In-Person Summer Classes, Rec Activities

NBC10 is one of dozens of news organizations producing BROKE in Philly, a collaborative reporting project on solutions to poverty and the city’s push toward economic justice. Follow us at...

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Syrup Spills on Highway After Trucks Collide Under Overpass in West Conshohocken

Two tractor trailers, one of them carrying syrup, collided underneath an overpass in West Conshohocken, Pennsylvania, causing the sticky substance to spill over the roadway.  The crash occurred around...

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Look at the Digital Speed Limit: How Fast You Can Go on I-76 Will Soon Be...

What to Know The speed limit on the Schuylkill Expressway between King of Prussia, Montgomery County, and Philadelphia can now be changing. PennDOT on Thursday marked the activation of variable Around...

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NJ Settles Misconduct Claims With Inmates at State's Only Female Prison for...

New Jersey and women incarcerated in the state’s only women’s prison have reached a nearly $21 million settlement over longstanding allegations of abuse and harassment at the facility, embattled...

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After Reports of Fire, Verizon Recalls Mobile Hotspots Distributed in NJ

Verizon has issued a recall for one of its mobile hotspot products after reports that the devices overheated and caused fire, according to to the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission. The recall...

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NJ Man Linked to 5 Killings in 2 States Makes Court Appearance

What to Know A man considered a person of interest in the deaths of his ex-wife and two other people in New Mexico and a separate killing in New Jersey appeared in court on Thursday Sean Lannon...

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Amazon to Open Its First Grocery Stores on the East Coast

Amazon plans to open four grocery stores on the East Coast, the company confirmed Thursday. It’s unclear if the stores, which will be based in Washington, D.C., northern Virginia, Pennsylvania and...

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More Police, Substation Eyed for AC Boardwalk in Wake of Store Owner's Death

What to Know Atlantic City officials plan to increase police patrols on the Boardwalk, and are considering locating a police substation on the walkway after the death of a store owner last week....

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Girl, 16, Wounded as Gunman Opens Fire on Car Next to West Philly Playground

A teenage girl was injured when a gunman opened fire on a vehicle with multiple people inside that was parked next to a playground on a West Philadelphia street Thursday night. The 16-year-old and at...

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Pa. Drops Teleworking Mandate, Now Only ‘Highly Encourages'

Pennsylvania and Philadelphia have lifted their mandates for many businesses to telework, with state officials now saying the practice is only “highly encouraged” as the commonwealth continues to make...

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Rock on: The Wells Fargo Center Plans to Pack the House for Concerts This Year

What to Know South Philadelphia’s Wells Fargo Center is planning on packing the house for concerts before 2021 comes to an end. “… You can hear the music at the end of the tunnel, and we can’t wait to...

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‘Losing Life Even When People Don't Die': In Philly, Nondeadly Shootings Rising

NBC10 is one of dozens of news organizations producing BROKE in Philly, a collaborative reporting project on solutions to poverty and the city’s push toward economic justice. Follow us at...

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2 Dead, 6 Wounded in 5 Separate Philadelphia Shootings

Two people died and six were wounded, including three in a triple shooting, as gunfire rang out across Philadelphia Friday night into Saturday. The victims, who range in age from 19 to 33 years old,...

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Kobe Bryant's Legacy Continues on One Year After His Tragic Death

If you close your eyes and open your heart, you’ll hear it fill your ears. It’s a familiar sound. One you’ve probably heard hundreds of times inside the confines of Staples Center over the course of...

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Cold Case Solved: Boyfriend Accused of Killing Teen Girlfriend 44 Years Ago

Evelyn Colon’s mother imagined her daughter living happily surrounded by her own family and children. She was spared the heartbreaking news that her beautiful, green-eyed daughter never lived to see...

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Explore Philly This Spring By Visiting These 10 Beautiful Murals

Read the article in Spanish here. Philly, the City of Brotherly Love, despite being one of the most historic cities in the entire country, is also well known for its distinguished murals. Being Dubbed...

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Child Unharmed in NJ Home After Husband, Wife Found Stabbed to Death

A New Jersey man stabbed his wife to death before he was found dead himself in a home in which a young child was found unharmed, authorities said. Prosecutors in Bergen County said Friday a neighbor...

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Police Now Say Boy, 10, Was Cut But Not Shot in North Philly

A 10-year-old boy was recovering in a hospital from cuts to the arm and stomach, though police now say it was not from a gunshot, as they initially indicated. The child was at a family gathering on...

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Coast Guard Rescues Man Clinging to Kayak Off New Jersey Beach

The Coast Guard came to the rescue of a kayaker who became stranded in waters off southern New Jersey. Egg Harbor Township police notified the Coast Guard’s Delaware Bay sector Thursday after getting...

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Ex-NJ Police Chief Sentencing Postponed for Medical Reasons

The sentencing of a former New Jersey police chief, who was convicted of lying to the FBI and is awaiting retrial on hate crime assault and civil rights violation charges, was postponed. Former...

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Woman Charged in Connection to Death of Missing Pregnant Mom

A woman was arrested and charged in connection to the death of a pregnant Delaware County mother whose body was found in Philadelphia last week. Tylydiah Garnett was arrested Saturday and charged with...

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2-Week Pa. Deer Season Approved, Rifles Banned From Turkey Hunts

What to Know The Pennsylvania Game Commission has approved hunting for antlered and antlerless deer through the duration of the 2021-22 firearms deer season. Last year, 10 of the 23 wildlife...

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It Now Costs You More to Cross Some Bridges Between NJ, Pa.

What to Know The Delaware River Joint Toll Bridge Commission that operates river crossings connecting New Jersey and Pennsylvania has hiked tolls, the first such increases in 10 years. Starting...

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Nearly 10,000 Apartments Under Construction in Philly, With More Coming

The Durst Organization’s proposed 26-story, 360-unit apartment project along the Delaware River is among a series of multifamily developments going through the approval process in Philadelphia,...

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Pa. Making Everyone 16 and Older COVID Vaccine Eligible on Tuesday, Except in...

Pennsylvania is now making every person 16 and older eligible to sign up for a COVID-19 vaccine starting Tuesday, Gov. Tom Wolf’s administration announced Monday. The state, which opened up vaccines...

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South Philly Barbacoa Helping to Serve Up Food, Social Justice During Pandemic

NBC10 is one of dozens of news organizations producing BROKE in Philly, a collaborative reporting project on solutions to poverty and the city’s push toward economic justice. Follow us at...

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Amber Alert Issued for 2-Year-Old Missing From Philadelphia

Pennsylvania State Police issued an Amber Alert Monday afternoon for a 2-year-old missing from North Philadelphia who hasn’t been seen since last week. Byron McDonald, 2, is reported to have been...

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Man Killed Pregnant Girlfriend, Burned Her Body With Friend's Help, Police Say

Police issued an arrest warrant for a man accused of shooting and killing his pregnant girlfriend and with the help of a friend, loading her body in a car which he later set on fire.  On March 30,...

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Ex-Chiefs Assistant Britt Reid Charged With DWI After Crash

Former Kansas City Chiefs assistant coach Britt Reid was charged Monday with driving while intoxicated resulting in serious physical injury after a crash that left a young girl critically injured. The...

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2-Year-Old Girl Wounded in ‘Targeted' New Jersey Shooting

A 2-year-old girl in New Jersey was shot in the hip Monday afternoon in what police have called a “targeted” shooting. Police in Newark responded to the area near 14th Avenue and South 6th Street for...

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Boy, 9, Shot When Gunman Fires Into Family's Home

A 9-year-old boy was shot as a gunman fired bullets into a Philadelphia home overnight. The shooting is the latest in which a child was shot amid a rise in gun violence. A gunman approached a Westford...

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NJ Cannabis Commission Gets Going, Picks Vice Chair, Logo

New Jersey’s new Cannabis Regulatory Commission on Monday inched toward setting up the recreational marijuana market, holding its first meeting, at which it picked a vice chair and a logo. The...

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J&J Vaccine ‘Pause' Will Make Finding Vaccine Even Harder in Pa., NJ

It hasn’t been easy to get a vaccine appointment in Pennsylvania, which just expanded vaccine eligibility to everyone 16 and over Tuesday. Now, the federal government’s decision to stop giving out...

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Who Should Win the Pa. Government Pandemic Power Struggle? Voters Will Decide

What to Know The pandemic power struggle that’s raged between Pennsylvania’s Democratic governor and its Republican-led Legislature over the year plus of COVID-19 will land on voters’ laps next month....

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1 Dead, 1 Hurt in Truck Crash on I-295 in West Deptford, New Jersey

One person was killed while another was hurt in a crash involving a tractor trailer that shut down southbound lanes on I-295 in West Deptford, New Jersey.  Officials said the tractor trailer and...

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Gunman Kills Woman and Injures 2 Others, Responding Officer Involved in Crash

A gunman killed a woman and injured two others in Wilmington, Delaware, and a police officer responding to the triple shooting was involved in a crash.   The ordeal began Tuesday around 2 p.m. when a...

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Company Must Pay Medical Marijuana Bills, New Jersey Supreme Court Rules

What to Know The New Jersey Supreme Court ruled in favor of medical cannabis patients Tuesday, voting unanimously that a construction company must pay for an injured employee’s medical cannabis bills....

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Ex-Bucks Assistant D.A. Resigns After Working as DoorDash Driver While on...

Former Bucks County Assistant District Attorney Gregg Shore has resigned nearly a month after he was demoted for working as a food delivery man while on the county clock.  The Bucks County District...

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Hundreds March in Center City to Protest Deadly Police Shooting of Daunte Wright

Around 200 people are marching through Philadelphia to protest the deadly police shooting of Daunte Wright in Minnesota.  The crowd gathered in Center City Tuesday night. So far the march has been...

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