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
Homicides, shootings in Philadelphia already surpassing last year's record pace
Twenty-one days into the new year and already Philadelphia is ahead of last year's record pace in homicides and shootings.
Sledgehammer-wielding thieves targeting Philly convenience store gaming machines
Philadelphia police officers are on the hunt for a group of sledgehammer-wielding thieves who have been targeting convenience stores since October.
Elderly man beaten, gagged inside Hunting Park home on New Year's Eve has died
GRUESOME ATTACK: A violent home invasion investigation in Philadelphia's Hunting Park section has now turned into a murder case.
18 family members get COVID-19 after holiday gathering in Delaware County
A holiday party in Delaware County, Pa. left 18 family members sickened with COVID-19.
Longtime Philadelphia activist, former boxer Paul 'Earthquake' Moore passes away at 62
Devoted longtime Philadelphia activist and former boxer Paul 'Earthquake' Moore died Friday. The former associate minister at New Fellowship Missionary Baptist Church always set out to prove that sometimes it's the actions of one that can speak volumes.
7-year-old boy saves family after home goes up in flames in Delaware
A young boy is being credited with saving his family after a home went up in flames due to a pellet stove malfunction in Delaware on Thursday.
Powerball winning numbers drawn for $550M jackpot
Another night, another chance to win a giant lottery jackpot. Wednesday night's Powerball jackpot was worth at least $550 million.
Family, friends mourning loss of beloved Father Gus after COVID-19 battle
Family and friends in the Philadelphia region are mourning the loss of beloved priest Augustine Michael Esposito who died from COVID-19 over the weekend.
FBI: Armed protests planned in all 50 states between now and Inauguration Day
Running through at least Inauguration Day, armed protests are being planned at all 50 state capitals and the Capitol, according to FBI.
Hope for restaurants: Philly closer to reopening indoor dining at 25% capacity, Delaware lifts 10 p.m. curfew
The Pennsylvania Restaurant & Lodging Association (PRLA) says of the 500 full-service restaurants in Philadelphia County, over 200 are closed right now, with 50 of them permanently.