Dann Cuellar
Dann Cuellar joined Action News as a reporter in 1988. During his tenure at Action News, he has covered many major news events, including the terrorist attacks in 1993 and 2001 on the World Trade Center in New York, the massacre at Columbine High School, The Waco Siege, and the Oklahoma City bombing on the Murrah Federal Bldg.

He has also covered major conflicts including the Persian Gulf War in 1991, the conflict in Bosnia, the American Intervention in Haiti, and most recently the latest conflict in Iraq.

Dann has 3 children, and is an avid sailor and sports enthusiast. He spends much of his free time enjoying a variety of athletic activities or sailing the Chesapeake.

Dann's Stories
Heartwarming video shows first responders honoring healthcare workers at Bryn Mawr Hospital
Healthcare workers in Bryn Mawr, Pennsylvania were greeted to a roar of applause on Wednesday night.
'I can't pay rent next month': Coronavirus pandemic hitting Philadelphians hard
"The money is running low and we're trying to figure out when will this end," said Charmaine Custis of Overbrook.
Trenton mayor imposes curfew to curb violence, coronavirus
Trenton Mayor Reed Gusciora has imposed a curfew to curb violence and the coronavirus.
'Dine Latino Takeout Week' helps keep local Hispanic-owned restaurants afloat amid COVID-19
To combat the economic impact of the coronavirus on restaurants owned by Hispanics in the area, a local organization thought it would be a good idea to promote Dine Latino Takeout Week.
Local unemployment claims skyrocket as national numbers shatter records
6.6 million people have filed for unemployment in America this past week, shattering national records.
Philadelphia subculture still thinks coronavirus is hoax, expert says
Philadelphia health officials want to emphasize that the coronavirus does not discriminate, "every racial and ethnic group, indeed every person in this city is at risk."
Pennsylvania nurse puts retirement on hold to take down coronavirus
"This is a war with the invisible enemy. It's all hands on deck and that's why I'm not gonna retire right now," said Bridget Vincent.
Shuttered Glen Mills School will be turned into COVID-19 medical shelter
The shuttered Glen Mills School in Delaware County will be converted into a FEMA medical shelter amid the coronavirus outbreak.
Philadelphia to continue suspension of public celebration of mass through Easter Sunday
The Archdiocese of Philadelphia said the suspension of the public celebration of mass during the COVID-19 pandemic will remain in force until further notice, including Palm Sunday, Holy Thursday, Good Friday and Easter Sunday.
Coronavirus field hospital coming to Atlantic City Convention Center
A coronavirus field hospital is coming to Atlantic City, officials announced on Tuesday.