Dann Cuellar, Action News on 6abc

Dann Cuellar

Action News on 6abc

Philadelphia, PA, United States

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Past articles by Dann:

Philly TSA union president warns about long lines due to staffing shortages: 'It's a disaster'

The Transportation Security Administration is warning of delays due to continued staffing shortages. → Read More

2 Montgomery County school districts requiring masks starting Friday

Some schools in Montgomery County, Pennsylvania notified parents that masks are required starting Friday morning due to the latest COVID-19 data released by the CDC. → Read More

High gas prices, inflation forcing many to make tough spending choices

Inflation is still causing a crisis among consumers and it's forcing many to make some tough choices. → Read More

Thousands could face eviction by summer as renting costs skyrocket

"You're talking about tens of thousands of families that are gonna be pushed out right here in Philadelphia," said Jamila Harris-Morrison, the executive director of ACHIEVEability. → Read More

Suspect wanted for rape on SEPTA's Broad Street Line in police custody

SUSPECT CAUGHT: Quintez Adams, who was wanted in connection with a rape on the Broad Street Line, was apprehended by Philadelphia police Wednesday morning. → Read More

Surging diesel prices pose challenges for truckers; will impact consumer goods costs

The trucking industry that delivers food and supplies to stores across the country says they are being hit hard by surging diesel prices. → Read More

20 shot, 5, fatally, during series of Philadelphia shootings Thursday afternoon into Friday

"The surge in gun violence that we've seen makes me not just heartbroken, but angry," Mayor Kenney said. → Read More

Couple arrives in New Jersey after fleeing war-torn Ukraine

"Almost within every hour there are bombs flying from one end to the other," said Anatoli Boreiko in Ukrainian as his son-in-law interpreted. → Read More

Police: Man shot at bus stop during gun battle in Philadelphia

Police say two vehicles were traveling east to west on Allegheny Avenue when at least 30 shots were fired. → Read More

Philadelphia violence: Grandmother, 80, accidentally shot by teens playing with gun, police say

According to police, the victim's grandson and his two friends were playing with a gun when it discharged. → Read More

Caught on video: Woman says thief drilled hole into car to steal gas

Newer vehicles now have an anti-rollover valve, so thieves are now drilling right into the tank. → Read More

Caught on video: Allentown woman says thief drilled hole into car to steal gas

Newer vehicles now have an anti-rollover valve, so thieves are now drilling right into the tank. → Read More

Surging diesel prices hitting trucking industry hard: 'It cost me $840'

"Yesterday, it cost me $840," said trucker Gary Delaney who was traveling from Springfield, Ohio. → Read More

Police: 69-year-old man gunned down while getting cash at ATM in Philadelphia

Philadelphia police are investigating after a man was shot and killed while he was getting money out of an ATM on Thursday night. → Read More

2 dead after small plane crashes Hilltown Township, Pa. neighborhood

The view from Chopper 6 showed smoke rising from the downed aircraft in a residential area of Hilltown Township. → Read More

Philadelphia convenience store operators fed up with increased crime: 'They have to be stopped'

"It is not good at all. They have to be stopped. They have to be put in jail," said store operator Sukhbir Singh. → Read More

Hatboro, Pa. officer remains incapacitated after bee sting; family asks for help

"He's in what they call a 'disorder state of consciousness.' He's out of the coma, but he's not aware of his surroundings," said the officer's wife, Whitney Allen. → Read More

Delaware Co. Medical Reserve Corps helping hospitals; large-scale Covid testing site opening

The Delaware County Medical Reserve Corps is made up of roughly 3,400 registered volunteers. → Read More

Fake vaccine card with 'poor print quality' seized in Philadelphia; one of 30,000 seized nationwide

More than 30,000 fake vaccination cards have been seized by Customs and Border Protection officers nationally. → Read More

Here's what Supreme Court's decision on vaccine mandate means for employees and employers

Villanova University law professor Ann Juliano explains what Thursday's Supreme Court's decision on vaccine mandates means for you. → Read More