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.

Jersey shore officials are keeping a close eye on Hurricane Joaquin.
Atlantic City's emergency management officials say the planning has started for Hurricane Joaquin.
The clock is ticking for crews preparing for the Pontiff's arrival. Streets in the core of Center City are now shut down. But there are still plenty more steps to take before the city is ready.
As workers continue setting the stage for the papal visit, security officials are also working hard to make sure all is ready for this weekend.
Mayor Michael Nutter addressed everything from security zones, to a fence, to school closures and taxi service for the pope's visit next month.