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
Volunteers Honor Martin Luther King Jr. By Giving Back to the Community
All across the Delaware Valley, volunteers used their day off to give back in honor of Martin Luther King Jr. Day.
Rec Center Reopening Has Impact on North Philadelphia Community
On 15th and York Streets in North Philadelphia, the community is rediscovering Winchester Park.
Wayne Sporting Goods closing after 65 years; discounts to increase weekly
A popular sporting goods store in Wayne, Pennsylvania is closing after 65 years.
Real-life 'Superman' cop helps disabled man who lost bag at Philadelphia hospital
A real-life "Superman" came to the rescue of a disabled man after he lost his bag at the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania.
More than 11,000 Philadelphia residents weigh in on city services
To get a clearer picture of what people in Philadelphia think of their city services, the government asked them in the form of a survey.
'Happy Birthday Baby Jesus' book returned to Bethlehem Area Public Library after 40 years
Forty years after its due date, a children's book has found its way back to Bethlehem Area Public Library.
Reading High School basketball player makes miracle buzzer shot from across court
The Reading High School Girls Basketball team was down by a bucket in the final seconds in a game about William Penn High School on December 28th. The ball is on William Penn's side of the court.
Marchers accused of wearing blackface during 2020 Mummers Parade in Philadelphia
A member of Froggy Carr, in the Wench Brigade, and another person, have been accused of wearing blackface.
This couple reveals their secrets to staying married for 75 years
William and Katherine Reed got married in her mother's living room during the Franklin Delano Roosevelt Presidency. Now, 74 years and 13 Presidents later, their still together and offering tips for enduring love.
These firefighters are Philadelphia's first black father-daughter duo
Jeffery and Daynese Stowe made history as the city's first black father-daughter duo, and are making a difference in the neighborhood they call home.