Chad Pradelli
CHAD PRADELLI is an Investigative Reporter, whose wide knowledge of various issues has led him to cover some of the most memorable stories for Action News. In 2004, Chad covered the impact of Hurricane Katrina and its aftermath. He also reported on the tragic Sandy Hook school shooting in Newtown, Connecticut, the Jerry Sandusky trial, and has broken numerous stories in the Philadelphia market.

Chad joined Action News in 2004 from KFSN in Fresno. There, he was the Consumer Investigator/Fill-in Anchor. Prior to joining the ABC family, Chad worked in Palm Springs as a Weekend Weather Anchor/Reporter.

Chad holds a Master's Degree from the Newhouse School of Communications at Syracuse University. He received his Bachelor's Degree in Accounting from Regis University in Denver where he was captain of the baseball team.

Chad is happy to be back in Pennsylvania. He was born in Pittsburgh, and enjoys calling the Delaware Valley home. He lives in Merion Golf Manor with his wife, son and daughter. In his spare time, Chad enjoys golf, football and politics.

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An arrest in Radnor is another reminder of how alleged criminals can get in touch with the younger generation. Nathan Twedt was arrested Thursday and charged with running a marijuana operation and using the messaging application Snapchat to allegedly orchestrate his drug deals.
Philadelphia city leaders have given the green light to what they call comprehensive engagement user sites. It's another way of saying safe injection sites.
The two men are accused of selling fraudulent businesses. Action News identified more than a dozen alleged victims around the country during a year long investigation. and one of the alleged con artists has been operating out of Cherry Hill. Steve Sami i
Officials in Montgomery County are appealing to the public to help them find the person who struck a man, early Sunday morning then kept on going leaving the victim to die.
Parents and their attorneys are accusing a South Jersey Christian preschool aide of sexually abusing their kids. They say it could've been prevented.