Dann Cuellar, Action News on 6abc

Dann Cuellar

Action News on 6abc

Philadelphia, PA, United States

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Recent articles by Dann:

Bars, restaurant owners say Gov. Wolf's new mandate is 'double-edge sword'

The hard-hit restaurant and bar business is facing what some are calling a "double-edged sword" come Monday. → Read More

$75,000 reward offered for information on gunmen who shot up officers' home

A manhunt is underway for two suspects who shot up the home of two Camden County police officers earlier this week, authorities announced on Thursday. → Read More

Cherry Hill parents, students demand schools reopen for in-person learning

New Jersey students have been on a virtual learning plan in the Cherry Hill School District for a week, but already some parents and their children say it's not working. → Read More

Lower Merion School District announces new plans for in-person instruction

Lower Merion School District Superintendent Robert Copeland has laid out a plan for bringing students back into the classroom. → Read More

Extraordinary Bucks County ceremony marks 19th anniversary of 9/11

Despite these extraordinary times of battling COVID-19, there was no way the people of Bucks County were not going to remember the fallen from that fateful day on September 11, 2001. → Read More

New Jersey fire crews fighting raging wildfires on West Coast

A group of firefighters with the New Jersey Forest Fire Service are arriving home after two weeks on the West Coast battling raging wildfires. → Read More

Indoor dining at Pa. restaurants can expand to 50% capacity starting Sept. 21

Restaurants in Pennsylvania may increase their indoor occupancy to 50% starting on September 21, Governor Tom Wolf announced Tuesday. → Read More

Many New Jersey schools reopening Tuesday under hybrid plans

Learning will be all virtual at Camden City School District, but many other towns will be under a hybrid plan with a combination of at-home and in-school classes. → Read More

NHL announces initiatives to combat racism, accelerate inclusion efforts

The National Hockey League announced a series of initiatives focused on the fight against racism and a mandate to make hockey more inclusive. → Read More

76ers want new arena at Penn's Landing but not everyone agrees

Philadelphia 76ers made it clear that they want to move from South Philadelphia into a new proposed arena along the Delaware River Waterfront. → Read More

Woman grabs baby, runs froms scene of deadly hit-and-run in Overbrook Park

One person has died and six others are hurt in a multi-vehicle crash on Haverford Avenue in Philadelphia's Overbrook Park section. → Read More

Students, parents rally for fall sports on eve of crucial vote in Montgomery County

On the eve of a crucial fall sports vote by the school board in Springfield Township, Montgomery County, student-athletes and their families rallied in support of sports this fall. → Read More

Plymouth Whitemarsh football players holds rally; challenges no play ruling

For students and parents of Plymouth Whitemarsh High School, it just seems so unfair. The School District has voted to allow all Fall Sports except for football. → Read More

Over 100 gather to remember Cobbs Creek hit-and-run victim: 'Her heart was big'

It was an emotional gathering along the Camden Waterfront as pain-stricken relatives gathered in memory of 25-year-old Avante Reynolds who was struck and killed in Philadelphia last week. → Read More

Residents fleeing 'catastrophic' Hurricane Laura arrive in Philadelphia

CATASTROPHIC STORM: Some residents fleeing a direct hit from Hurricane Laura arrived in Philadelphia on Wednesday as the storm nears the Louisiana coast. → Read More

Transgender woman brutally beaten by mob inside Philly home: 'I am in fear of my life'

"My lips are swollen, my jaw is very sore," said Kendall Stephens, a transgender woman who was brutally attacked by a group inside her Philadelphia home. → Read More

No fall sports for 17 Archdiocesan high schools in Philadelphia region

The Archdiocese of Philadelphia says 17 Archdiocesan high schools in Southeastern Pennsylvania will not be playing fall sports due to the coronavirus. → Read More

After COVID-19 outbreak, Upper Darby still trying to get trash collection on track

Mayor Barbarann Keffer is coming under fire by some of her constituents after trash pickup was slowed by an outbreak of COVID-19 among sanitation workers. → Read More

'Let us play': Montgomery County students rally to save sports this fall

Springfield High School students and parents rallied in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania over a possible decision to suspend school sports this fall. → Read More

Residents in Philly's Eastwick neighborhood still dealing with flooding aftermath

Residents in Philadelphia's Eastwick section are still dealing with the aftermath of Tropical Storm Isaias. → Read More