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
Hometown Hero: CHOP nurse inspired by sister with cerebral palsy
Taylor Gallo is a nurse at CHOP who has been a health care hero through this pandemic. But to her sister, Tiffany, who has cerebral palsy, she's was a hero long before that.
Garces Foundation helps Philadelphia woman who lost job during pandemic
For the past month, 6abc has been working with Philabundance and the Garces Foundation to help raise money for food workers impacted by the pandemic. It's an effort that can help more people, like Olivia Ponce who found herself in need last March.
More than 1K vaccinated at first responder clinic in Montgomery County
A "First Responders Taking Care of First Responders" clinic in Montgomery County administered more than 1,000 second doses of the COVID-19 vaccine Sunday.
Philadelphia opens new neighborhood vaccine clinic as city expects to double its doses
Philadelphia opened its third neighborhood clinic in a week at the University of the Sciences in Southwest Philadelphia, which vaccinated 325 people its first day.
West Chester's historic stainless steel diner pushes through pandemic
In West Chester, Chester County, the staff at D-K Diner know all too well about the struggles brought on by COVID-19.
South Philadelphia man dedicates life to helping neighbors on 7th Street
Bruce Baldwin has long been admired for his devotion to his South Philly community, but since the pandemic broke out, his stature has grown to hometown hero status.
Feed Our Food Workers: Popular Italian Market dive bar explains unique struggle
Across the street from the Italian Market in Philadelphia and 12 steps down into a basement is the neighborhood's appropriately named watering hole.
4,000 Philadelphians vaccinated at Black Doctors COVID Consortium's 24-hour clinic
The Black Doctor's COVID-19 Consortium vaccinated more than 4,000 Philadelphians with a marathon 24-hour clinic this weekend.
Hometown Hero: West Philadelphia pastor helps at-risk youth
Dr. Damone Jones of Bible Way Baptist Church in Philadelphia misses the neighbors who fill his pews. He's always known that to reach the ones who need him most he has to go beyond the four walls of his sanctuary.
Hospital staff gets a Philly Pretzel thank you after life-saving treatment
The CEO of Philly Pretzel Factory nearly died from COVID-19, but the rehab team at Jefferson Health Magee Rehabilitation Center nursed him back to health.