Top city leaders, including Mayor Michael Nutter, are speaking about improvements in the Fire Department Medic system, following an exclusive CBS 3 I-Team Investigation.
An exclusive CBS 3 I-Team Investigation reveals that it took nearly 18 minutes for a Fire Department Medic Unit to arrive at 4th and Wolf Streets in South Philadelphia Friday night, while a Philadelphia Police officer, who suffered a serious spinal injury chasing a suspect lay waiting in the street.
An Exclusive CBS 3 I-Team Investigation now reveals police are trying to determine if a suspect, arrested for a February 1st rape in North Philadelphia, may be a serial killer who could be responsible for the murders of as many as three women in Florida.
CBS 3 has learned a suspect charged with abducting, beating and repeatedly raping a woman on a North Philadelphia street is being investigated to determine if he is a serial killer.
By Walt Hunter PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — In a CBS 3 I-Team Exclusive, Eyewitness News has obtained a copy of a report by the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health, NIOSH, providing the first answers […]
Investigative reporter Charlotte Huffman goes undercover to expose the loophole that allows some offenders to stay off the radar.
In an exclusive CBS 3 I-Team interview with Investigative Reporter Walt Hunter, the alleged victim says the conductor began screaming at him, punching him and trying to choke him.
CBS 3 has learned the investigation into a Philadelphia homicide detective, suspected of possibly obstructing justice in a murder case, has now expanded.
In the wake of a medic unit bursting into flames, heavily damaging a firehouse at 4th and Arch Streets, City Council has voted to hold public hearings into the condition and safety of Philadelphia fire apparatus, while the CBS 3 I-Team has uncovered visual evidence of still more problems.
Nearly 18 months after two Philadelphia firefighters died, crushed beneath the walls of a burning Kensington warehouse, CBS 3 has uncovered new details about the tragedy.
Speaking out for the first time, on the second anniversary of Hurricane Irene, the mother of a 20-year-old who drowned that stormy night says it was human error, not the hurricane that caused her tragic death.