Jeff Chirico
Jeff Chirico joined the 6abc Action News team as a general assignment reporter in June 2015.

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Prior to returning home to Philadelphia, Jeff spent five years in Atlanta as an investigative reporter for CBS46 (WGCL-TV). He also worked as a consumer investigative reporter for WBRE in Wilkes-Barre/Scranton, and as a senior correspondent and documentary producer for PBS39 (WLVT) in Bethlehem.

Throughout his career, Jeff has won five regional Emmy awards for his work, including one for a hidden camera investigation that exposed a company selling used mattresses as new. As a result, state and federal regulatory agencies took action against the company and new legislation was proposed to protect consumers. He was also honored for his year-long investigation into a modular home dealer in northeastern Pennsylvania which led to the owner's arrest.

While working in the Lehigh Valley, Jeff produced local history documentaries on various topics, including the now defunct Hess Brothers Department Store, Bethlehem Steel and New Hope, Pennsylvania.

A native of Bucks County, Jeff grew up watching Action News and recalls running through his neighborhood in Levittown to catch a glimpse of the news van. A graduate of Bishop Egan High School and the University of Scranton, Jeff started his broadcasting career at 6abc Action News as a summer intern. Returning as a reporter fulfills a dream he's had since grade school.

When he's not working, Jeff enjoys hiking with his family, taking boot camp classes and traveling.

Having adopted his son from foster care, Jeff is also an advocate for older child adoption.

Jeff's Stories
COVID-19 hospitalizations on the rise across Delaware Valley
The surge of hospitalizations continues in the Delaware Valley with about 7,000 people hospitalized in the tri-state area.
As COVID-19 cases surge, fatigue is setting in
Even in a store that stocks hundreds of masks, Beth Milley says there's been a recent uptick in people refusing to wear masks in her clothing boutique, Villa Ville Kula, in Chestnut Hill.
Philly may be entering 'dangerous period' with COVID: Dr. Farley
Dr. Farley said, along with household and social gatherings, spread appears to be occurring in workplaces.
Crews begin to dismantle Ben Franklin Parkway encampment after leaders reach deal with city
Action News was on scene Friday morning as heavy machinery descended on what will soon be the former site of the homeless encampment along the Ben Franklin Parkway in Philadelphia.
Skeptical of USPS cuts, Philadelphia voters hand-deliver ballots instead
More than 100 people were waiting when election officials rolled out drop boxes to collect mail-in ballots from those who chose to deliver them in person.
Some reluctant as Philadelphia reopens indoor dining at 25% capacity
Patrons at the Oregon Diner were ready to have a meal inside.
Kamala Harris pick inspiring young women of color
"Just imagining seeing a woman who looks like me in the White House both breaks my heart and makes me hopeful for my daughters," said Tara Gupta, a daughter of an Indian immigrant.
Anti-mask shopper accused of verbally assaulting clerks at Bucks County garden center
"She became irate with all three employees that politely asked her to put a mask on," said Gary Steinberg following an incident involving a shopper at Fairless Hills Garden Center.
Tropical Storm Fay causes minor flooding in Philadelphia, suburban counties
Tropical Storm Fay caused minor flooding in Philadelphia and its suburban counties on Friday.
Many gathered in Upper Darby Township for 'Back The Blue' rally
More than a hundred people rallied outside Upper Darby Police headquarters Thursday evening in a show of support for officers who serve the community.