Beccah Hendrickson
Beccah Hendrickson joined the Action News team in June 2019 as a Community Journalist.

She started her career as a general assignment reporter in her hometown of Lancaster, Pa. There, she did a wide range of reporting, from breaking news to feature stories. During her time in Lancaster, she won an AP award and was nominated for multiple Emmy awards for her series investigating alleged child sexual abuse within Jehovah's Witness, both in the Susquehanna Valley and around the country.

A proud Temple University alumna, Beccah holds bachelor's degrees in both Media Studies and Production and Political Science. During her time at Temple, she was deeply involved with TUTV and Temple Update. It was always her goal to get back to telling stories in Philadelphia and she was beyond thrilled to become a member of the Action News Team.

Beccah is a diehard Eagles fan and an avid runner. You can connect with her on social media at @Beccah6abc. She's excited to get to know the community and tell all of your stories.

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Beccah's Stories
West Chester, Pa. shuts down busy street for outdoor dining
If you asked Joseph Andraos back in March if his restaurant would still be open today, he'd have to say no.
HOMETOWN HEROES: Philadelphia nurses spread joy with 'Sunshine Committee'
Two Philadelphia nurses started the "Sunshine Committee" to boost the spirits of co-workers and hospital guests during the pandemic.
Several Chadds Ford families stuck after bridge taken out by storm
Several families in Chadds Ford, Delaware County have no way in or out of their homes after the bridge to their block began to collapse in Friday's storm.
Cleanup continues in Delaware after record-breaking tornado
A massive cleanup is underway in Delaware after a record-breaking tornado hit Tuesday during Tropical Storm Isaias.
Doylestown Hospital, nearby day care damaged during storm; 6 hurt
In Doylestown, Bucks County, the high winds from Isaias caused damage to Doylestown Hospital, partially tearing the roof off the Children's Village day care.
Speeding on Roosevelt Boulevard could lead to $150 fine starting Saturday
If a camera catches you going more than 10 miles an hour over the speed limit, you'll be mailed a ticket.
Officer stays with dying elderly woman hit by truck in Port Richmond
"It's been over a week now and I still get a little choked," said Officer Francis Lynch who stayed with a dying woman after she was hit by a truck in Philadelphia.
Woman found dead in trunk of car in Philadelphia had been attacked by naked man: Source
A police source says the medical examiner can't determine a cause of death because the body was so badly decomposed.
Tree Crushes Homes of Rare Birds in Bucks County, Pa.
When Jackson the bald eagle's tail shakes, he's either nervous or hungry. The former is likely since Jackson, and his neighbor - Quinn the falcon - just lost their homes.
'Sports are our lifesaver': Philly high school players asking officials not to cancel season
"Finding the field has let me take out that pain and let me take out that anger and hatred toward the people that hurt me and it's just one of the healthiest outlets I've found," said Malik Townes, who is pleading for Philadelphia officials not to cancel the fall high school sports.