Dann Cuellar
Dann Cuellar joined Action News as a reporter in 1988. During his tenure at Action News, he has covered many major news events, including the terrorist attacks in 1993 and 2001 on the World Trade Center in New York, the massacre at Columbine High School, The Waco Siege, and the Oklahoma City bombing on the Murrah Federal Bldg.

He has also covered major conflicts including the Persian Gulf War in 1991, the conflict in Bosnia, the American Intervention in Haiti, and most recently the latest conflict in Iraq.

Dann has 3 children, and is an avid sailor and sports enthusiast. He spends much of his free time enjoying a variety of athletic activities or sailing the Chesapeake.

Riding on the vehicles off-road is legal on private property and in some, but not all, public areas - public areas that are clearly marked. But riding the vehicles on city streets is highly illegal.
Temple University has suspended a fraternity after receiving what it calls "multiple credible reports" of various illegal activities, including sexual assault.
With the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms reporting that gun shop burglaries are continuing to rise at an alarming rate, it is no wonder the agency has stepped in to help the Upper Darby Police solve its latest case.
There was a bad batch of heroin that went out on the streets of Camden Friday, and police want to warn people that if you have loved ones who may be on the throes of addiction, you may want to keep an eye on them.
After 5 years of working together, SEPTA's Transit Police Chief announced just last week that the officer was going to be transferred out of the K-9 division and reassigned to foot patrol.