Walter Perez
Walter Perez joined 6abc as an anchor and general assignment reporter for Action News in September of 2003. Walter came to WPVI-TV from WNBC in New York, where he was a reporter and weekend morning anchor. Prior to that, he worked as an anchor/reporter at WPLG in Miami and at News 12 New Jersey.

Walter also has radio experience, co-hosting the highest-rated radio talk show in Central New Jersey on WCTC News-Talk Radio 1450AM, and was color commentator for the Princeton Football Radio Network in New Jersey for 5 years.

Walter has numerous broadcast honors, including an Edward R. Murrow award for spot news coverage, a New York City Press Club award, a New York State Broadcasters award, and two New Jersey Associated Press awards.

A political science graduate from Duke University, Walter, and his wife, reside in Monmouth Junction, New Jersey with their two sons.

Pennsylvania State Police investigators are now treating the disappearance of a 33-year-old mother of three who seems to have simply vanished as a criminal case.
A Montgomery County man who is selling a beautiful Victorian home said he's actually having a hard time finding a buyer.
Pa. State Police say they found writings left by ambush suspect Eric Frein that describes how he opened fire on a rural barracks and then made his escape.
There is a new clue in the search for wanted gunman Eric Frein. He's been running from authorities for weeks after allegedly ambushing two Pennsylvania State Troopers, killing one of them.
More than 100 people gathered in the name of peace on the front lawn of the Bucks County Courthouse in Doylestown.