Jeannette Reyes, Action News on 6abc

Jeannette Reyes

Action News on 6abc

Philadelphia, PA, United States

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Recent:
  • Action News on 6abc
Past:
  • ABC 7 Chicago
  • ABC30 Fresno
  • Eyewitness News
  • WJLA

Recent articles by Jeannette:

Philadelphia couple opens country's first black-owned nonprofit cancer center

A Philadelphia couple has opened the country's first-ever Black-owned cancer center. The nonprofit offers a safe haven for those battling the disease and their loved ones completely free of charge. → Read More

11 rescued from Brandywine River after stranded during tubing

Eleven people have been rescued from the Brandywine River on Sunday night. → Read More

HEARTWARMING: Boy gets custom Gritty prosthetic leg, surprise visit from mascot

Speechless! Caiden O'Rourke received a custom, Gritty-themed prosthetic leg and a surprise visit from the Flyers mascot himself. → Read More

'Color Me Back:' Philly homeless create life-changing art

Participants came up with the name for the program. It's called 'Color Me Back' and the meaning behind it is profound. → Read More

Flames burn through Chester County apartment building, rendering dozens homeless

Flames were burning through the roof of one of the buildings of the Renew at Glenmoore Apartment Complex when firefighters arrived on the scene early Tuesday morning. → Read More

Man shot to death in hail of gunfire overnight in Hunting Park

PHILADELPHIA (WPVI) - Police are looking for at least one gunman after a man was shot to death Tuesday night in Philadelphia's Hunting Park section. → Read More

'Wawa Jokester' serves up laughs every morning

For customers who stop by the Wawa off of English Creek Road in Egg Harbor Township it is common knowledge that you may come in for a cup of coffee but you're going to get a whole lot more. → Read More

Police: Woman shot to death in North Philadelphia may have been in crossfire

Police are investigating the death of a woman who was shot to death Thursday night in North Philadelphia. → Read More

Body of man, 70, found in plastic storage bin in Frankford

Philadelphia police are investigating the death of a man whose body was found in a plastic storage container Thursday night in the city's Frankford section. → Read More

Temple University graduates its largest-ever class

Thursday was graduation day for a record 10,071 students at Temple University. → Read More

Man carjacked at gunpoint; police track down vehicle through daughter's smartphone

Authorities said a 35-year-old man was in Chevy Silverado pick up waiting for his wife when a man opened the driver's side door, held a gun to his head and demanded he get out of the car. → Read More

Large, heavy stones tumble from facade of Fishtown church

Neighbors report that large stones once again fell from a historic church in the Fishtown section of Philadelphia on Monday. → Read More

Large stones tumble from facade of Fishtown Church

This is the second time this year that large stones have tumbled down the façade of Saint Laurentius Catholic Church on the 1600 block of East Berks Street. → Read More

Firework, not dynamite, found in West Oak Lane home

Philadelphia police evacuated homes in West Oak Lane Monday morning after officers found what appeared to be a stick of dynamite, but turned out to be a firework. → Read More

2 killed, 4 injured in Easter night shootings in Philadelphia

Two people were killed and four others were injured in two separate Easter night shootings in Philadelphia. → Read More

Philadelphia Phillies release Opening Day roster, lineup

We finally get to see new Phillies Bryce Harper, Andrew McCutchen and JT Realmuto in action at Citizens Bank Park. → Read More

Philadelphia 8-year-old girl dubbed 'youngest barber in the world'

8-year-old Neijae Graham-Henries is already making her mark in the world of hair cutting. → Read More

Suspect shot by police in Trenton has died

Officials say they were called to the home for a man who was suicidal. → Read More

New Jersey middle school teacher accused of using racial slur toward students

A Salem County school district says it is aware of claims that a middle school teacher called students the n-word. → Read More

Upper Perkiomen High School students mourn death of recent graduate

Students looked solemn Tuesday morning as they returned for the first day of school at Upper Perkiomen High School since a recent graduate was killed in a tragic crash over the weekend. → Read More