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Recent articles by Dann:

Gun sales surge in wake of mass shootings

According to the latest FBI stats, the gun sale surge is largely being fueled by first-timers, people who've never owned a gun before. → Read More

Advisory group gets earful on future of Philadelphia refinery after blast

The newly-formed PES Refinery Advisory Group hosted its first of three public meetings. → Read More

Tracking white supremacists groups

President Trump has asked the Feds to do a better job of identifying violent extremists, but we are learning that it won't be easy trying to distinguish between Free Speech protected by the Constitution and those with actual criminal intent. → Read More

Chadds Ford couple says they were racially profiled by Pa. State Police

A Delaware County couple says they were racially profiled by Pennsylvania State Police during a traffic stop. → Read More

Chadds Ford couple says they were racially profiled during traffic stop

The Chadds Ford couple spoke to us from their home. → Read More

Melrose Diner owner hopes to reopen next week after fire

Originally, the owner of the iconic South Philadelphia diner thought it would be closed for months, but now he is setting an ambitious goal - to reopen the Melrose Diner as early as next week. → Read More

Iconic Melrose Diner could be closed for weeks due to fire, owner says

Firefighters are battling a blaze at a landmark South Philadelphia diner on Wednesday night. → Read More

Charges again dismissed against engineer in deadly 2015 Amtrak wreck in Philadelphia

Criminal charges have once again been dismissed against the engineer at the controls of an Amtrak train that crashed in Philadelphia in 2015, leaving eight people dead. → Read More

Local Puerto Rican community reacts to protests over Governor Ricardo Rossello

Turmoil continues Monday night in Puerto Rico. Tens of thousands took to the streets in protest of embattled Governor Ricardo Rossello. → Read More

High technology used to make $1.3 billion cocaine bust

It is being called technology that's exponentially changing the fight against drug trafficking both inside the U.S. and at Ports of entry like here at Packer Marine Terminal in South Philadelphia. → Read More

Starbucks now using blue lights in some Philly restrooms to deter drug use

Public restrooms appear to have become the new front line of the opioid epidemic. → Read More

Starbucks now using blue lights in restrooms to deter drug use

Public restrooms appear to have become the new front line of the opioid epidemic. → Read More

Philly pool in violent-prone neighborhood reopens with police presence

.The kids were back in the pool at the Belfield Rec Center in East Germantown after being shut down for over a week. → Read More

Bank robbery suspect captured before he tries to jump in Delaware River

Philadelphia police captured a robbery suspect on Wednesday, just before he reached the banks of the Delaware River. → Read More

Philadelphia police search for 60 teens seen looting South Street Walgreens

Philadelphia police have released surveillance video showing a group of teenagers damaging a Walgreens pharmacy on July 4. → Read More

Couple, adult daughter killed in New Jersey crash; 11-year-old son hospitalized

Authorities say a couple and their adult daughter were killed when their car collided with a tanker truck in southern New Jersey, a crash that also seriously injured their 11-year-old son. → Read More

Sources: Additional arrests made following massive cocaine bust at Philadelphia port

Additional arrests have been made after authorities seized over 16.5 tons of cocaine, with a street value of over $1 billion, at the Packer Marine Terminal in Philadelphia on Tuesday, sources tell Action News. → Read More

Over 16.5 tons of cocaine worth $1 billion seized at Philadelphia port

Federal authorities have seized approximately 16.5 tons of cocaine, with a street value of over $1 billion, at the Packer Marine Terminal in Philadelphia. → Read More

16-year-old crashes stolen car in North Philly causing multiple injuries

Three people are in the hospital at Temple University, including a 16-year-old police say stole an automobile before colliding with other vehicles. → Read More

Man accused of slashing 19 vehicles in Philadelphia

A 25-year-old South Philadelphia man is in custody after officers caught him in the act slashing tires. → Read More