Christie Ileto, Action News on 6abc

Christie Ileto

Action News on 6abc

Cheyenne, WY, United States

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Recent articles by Christie:

Vegan juice bar owner adopts West Philadelphia elementary school with $1,000 monthly donation

Sweet Treat Hut's mission is to empower under-served communities. Not only with healthy foods, but also a place of peace. → Read More

Germantown mosque hires security company to patrol crime riddled block

For the rest of the year, security agent Kacy Johnson and his partner plan to walk up and down Germantown Avenue amid the rise in gun violence. → Read More

Therapist offers free sessions to kids touched by gun violence: 'They are scared'

"I don't know what's to come next, if I'm going to lose another friend, if I'm going to see anyone else the next day," said 18-year-old Hadir Boswell. → Read More

Therapist offers free sessions to kids touched by gun violence: 'They are scared'

"I don't know what's to come next, if I'm going to lose another friend, if I'm going to see anyone else the next day," said 18-year-old Hadir Boswell. → Read More

Therapist offers free sessions to kids touched by gun violence: 'They are scared'

"I don't know what's to come next, if I'm going to lose another friend, if I'm going to see anyone else the next day," said 18-year-old Hadir Boswell. → Read More

Coatesville pastor blames poor drainage for constant damage at 118-year-old church

Flooded with two feet of water, the First Baptist Church of Bernardtown has been closed since Ida tore through the region. → Read More

Ida damage causes prescription delays at Walgreens. Here's what the company is saying

Another effect of last week's storms is that many are now having a hard time filling prescriptions. → Read More

Multiple homes destroyed after tornado hits New Jersey town

Officials in southern New Jersey are reporting devastating storm damage after a tornado swept through the region on Wednesday. → Read More

Multiple homes destroyed after tornado hits Mullica Hill, NJ

Officials in Gloucester County, New Jersey are reporting devastating storm damage after a tornado swept through the region on Wednesday. → Read More

Philly School District, teachers reach tentative agreement on new contract, union president says

A tentative agreement on a new contract has been reached with Philadelphia teachers and the school district, Philadelphia Federation of Teachers President Jerry Jordan announced on Tuesday night. → Read More

Suspect arrested in South Jersey after shooting at officers, stealing police vehicle: Sources

Sources confirm to Action News that the man taken into custody in South Jersey after opening fire on officers in Philadelphia has been identified as a 41-year-old man who was wanted for attempted homicide. → Read More

Local advocate reaches at-risk youth through the game of chess in West Philadelphia

In West Philadelphia, Rakeem Jeter, who goes by 'Rock,' is using the game of chess to reach at-risk teens at Clark Park. → Read More

A designated ATV park in Philadelphia? Riders, advocates say yes

There's a new push to create a dirt bike and ATV park in Philadelphia. → Read More

Police: Man hurled racial slurs, threw beer can at SEPTA bus driver in Philadelphia

Police say the man 'directed racial slurs' at the employee, threw a beer can and displayed a knife. → Read More

2 dead, 2 injured after fire spreads to 5 homes in West Philadelphia

A fire that spread to multiple homes left two people dead and two others injured on Chestnut Street in West Philadelphia. → Read More

Confirmed tornado leaves path of destruction near Neshaminy Mall in Bensalem

"Just look at a bomb went off": A line of severe weather left behind a path of destruction after at least three tornadoes touched down in the Philadelphia region Thursday night. → Read More

Community outreach group board member shot in North Philadelphia

Residents ask Philadelphia Mayor Jim Kenney to declare state of emergency on gun violence. → Read More

Another family mourns loss of teen due to violence; 27 children shot in Philly this year

Family and friends gathered to remember a 16-year-old who was gunned down while in a vehicle in Philadelphia this week. According to police, there have been 27 children killed by gunfire this year. → Read More

Man caught on video during racist rant in Mount Laurel, NJ charged

A Mount Laurel, NJ man was taken into custody as protesters gathered outside his home over a now-viral video that shows him nonchalantly hurling the n-word at his neighbors. → Read More

Man caught on video during racist rant in Mount Laurel taken into police custody

A Mount Laurel man was taken into custody as protesters gathered outside his home over a now-viral video that shows him nonchalantly hurling the n-word at his neighbors. → Read More