David Henry
DAVID HENRY joined Action News as a general assignment reporter in November, 1986.

Prior to this appointment, David was the weekend anchor/reporter at WTNH-TV, New Haven, Connecticut; an anchor/reporter for WTAJ-TV, Altoona, Pennsylvania; an anchor/reporter for WRTI-FM radio in Philadelphia; and an announcer/news editor at WDVR-FM radio and WYSP-FM radio, both in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Mr. Henry is a proud graduate of Temple University.

He grew up in Wayne, Pennsylvania, where he now resides with his wife.

Some areas of Bucks County got a bit more snow than other parts of the Philadelphia region, but it still wasn't enough to cause major problems.
David Henry reports from Morrisville, Bucks County where a state of emergency has been declared.
Utility crews have finally managed to shut off the water to a ruptured main that sent tens of thousands of gallons of water shooting more than 100 feet into the air for nearly 13 hours.
Police say they have charged a man in the murder of his wife, a missing mother of two from Mount Laurel, New Jersey.
Employees of a Philadelphia charter school which suddenly closed its doors for good over the holiday break are in a precarious financial position.