Trish Hartman, Action News on 6abc

Trish Hartman

Action News on 6abc

Philadelphia, PA, United States

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Suspects wanted for attacks on police in Philly, New Jersey and Delaware

Law enforcement agencies across the country and here in the tri-state area are on high alert after recent attacks on police. Police in Camden, New Jersey, Philadelphia and New Castle County, Delaware are searching for suspects. → Read More

New Jersey sends more firefighters to California to battle wildfires

10 more members of the New Jersey Forest Fire Service are now in California fighting the wildfires, and will spend two weeks providing assistance there, working 24 hour shifts in most cases. → Read More

Woman struck by hit and run driver in Collingswood, New Jersey

Collingswood Police say the victim of a hit and run is expected to survive after being struck by a vehicle on White Horse Pike Tuesday night. → Read More

Camden Catholic High School teacher charged with sexual assault

A high school teacher has been charged for repeatedly sexually assaulting an underage victim that began when the victim was her 17-year-old student, according to Camden County officials. → Read More

KIPP Camden schools cancel first day of virtual school after Zoom outage

A group of renaissance schools in Camden, N.J. had to postpone the first day of virtual school because of technical issues with the video-conferencing application Zoom. → Read More

NJ Turnpike Authority proposes to close popular Parkway exit to Somers Point, Ocean City

The New Jersey Turnpike Authority is proposing to close a popular exit along the Garden State Parkway, but businesses, already hit hard by the pandemic, say the move would hurt them even more. → Read More

Police looking for suspect who left racist, anti-Semitic graffiti in Hamilton Township

Police in Hamilton, Township, Mercer County are trying to find the person they believe is behind four separate instances of racist and anti-Semitic graffiti. → Read More

No masks, no social distancing: Two men charged after large pool party in Sicklerville, New Jersey

Police say there have been at least two large parties at a Sicklerville, New Jersey home in the last several weeks. And despite attempts to stop the most recent pool party on Sunday, hundreds showed up and paid a cover charge to get in. → Read More

Marmora, New Jersey residents cleaning up, some still without power after tornado

Route 9 is open to traffic again in Upper Township, N.J., but there's still a lot of damage left behind from Tropical Storm Isaias. → Read More

Officials, residents, visitors prepare for Tropical Storm Isaias at the Jersey shore

Officials at the Jersey shore are preparing for high winds and tidal flooding on Tuesday, and asked people to stay vigilant and prepare, encouraging people to move their vehicles out of flood prone areas and secure any loose furniture. → Read More

Great white shark tracked off Atlantic City

A great white shark was tracked 50 to 80 miles off the coast of Atlantic City on Tuesday, piquing the interest of some beach goers. → Read More

Contact tracers hitting roadblocks in New Jersey as COVID-19 pandemic drags on

Officials say, for the most part, people are cooperative... but as time goes on, more challenges are popping up. → Read More

Borgata Hotel Casino and Spa holds soft reopening, will open to public with restrictions on Sunday

The Borgata Hotel Casino and Spa in Atlantic City, N.J. opened its doors to a small group of invite-only guests on Thursday. → Read More

Challenges of operating amusements during a pandemic: staffing and mask-wearing

Amusements have been allowed to open for two weeks now in New Jersey, and welcoming guests during a pandemic has come with a new set of challenges. For some, it's finding enough workers to keep the park open. → Read More

Manco & Manco Pizza suspending sale of slices after employees test positive for COVID-19

Popular boardwalk pizza Manco and Manco's 9th Street and 12th Street boardwalk locations will reopen Wednesday after professional cleaning crews sanitized the stores Tuesday. → Read More

New Jersey officials release more details on joint travel advisory with New York and Connecticut

More details came from New Jersey state officials Thursday on the travel advisory issued by New Jersey, New York and Connecticut this week. → Read More

Salem County residents hope new wind port will bring jobs, boost economy

Lower Alloways Creek Township in Salem County, N.J. will soon be home to the New Jersey Wind Port, touted by state officials as the country's first purpose-built offshore wind port. → Read More

Salons, personal care businesses prepare to open next week in New Jersey

Salons, barbershops and other personal care businesses can open in New Jersey on Monday, June 22 with safety precautions in place. → Read More

Customers return to New Jersey restaurants for outdoor dining

New Jersey entered phase two of its reopening plan on Monday, which includes letting restaurants serve customers as long as they are seated outside. → Read More

Peaceful New Jersey demonstrators continue to protest police brutality

The protests and marches in New Jersey Tuesday were largely peaceful as people continued to protest police brutality more than a week after the killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis. → Read More