Court documents obtained by Eyewitness News Tuesday revealed Montgomery County shooter Bradley Stone’s troubled past.
I-Team Exclusive: Humane Officials Seize NJ Horses One Week After I-Team Investigation Exposes Alleged Abuse
Following an I-Team investigation into alleged animal abuse, a New Jersey woman faces animal cruelty charges and humane officials have taken all of her horses.
Fed up with what she calls an “injustice,” one Upper Darby mom is speaking out in hopes of making a change for children.
Disturbing questions are being raised about what is happening inside a New Jersey barn. This comes after concerned residents called Eyewitness News saying a woman is abusing her horses. They say despite recent deaths of several of them and an on-going investigation by humane officials, little has been done to save the others. Eyewitness News Investigative Reporter, Charlotte Huffman reports.
Eyewitness News’ Investigative Reporter, Charlotte Huffman talks to the senior citizen who says she had everything taken from her and is being forced to live in a nursing home.
The family of Delvin Barnes speaks out to Eyewitness News about the accused abductor’s violent past.
Picture this – you snap a photo of your family and post it online. Next thing you know is your photo has been hijacked and companies around the world are using it without your permission.
Nearly three years after a fatal crash claimed the life of a Moorestown woman, the victim’s family believes justice is still within reach.
A joint investigation by Eyewitness News and the New Jersey Watchdog found double-dipping sheriffs in 16 of New Jersey’s 21 counties including Camden, Cape May, Cumberland, Gloucester, Mercer and Salem counties.
A CBS3 I-Team Investigation got answers about how scores of riders on dirt bikes and ATVs were able to race through city streets for nearly three hours Tuesday afternoon, ignoring traffic laws and putting pedestrians and other drivers in danger.
I-Team Exclusive: New Steps To Protect Philadelphia First Responders Against Patients Suspected Of Having Ebola
A Philadelphia Fire Department memo obtained by the CBS 3 I-team now reveals new steps being taken to protect medics and firefighters who might answer calls to help patients suspected of having the Ebola virus.
A Philadelphia woman says she was stalked, harassed and burglarized by the front desk attendant and security guard at her Center City apartment building.
More than a decade after 9/11 security measures were put into place, questions are being raised about cockpit security.
Fearing for the safety of some children in his North Philly neighborhood, one local man called police. But when that didn’t solve the probelm he called the CBS 3 I-Team.
Getting along with your neighbor isn’t always easy. And one local man says what was happening next door was making life miserable for him.