Walter Perez
Walter Perez joined 6abc as an anchor and general assignment reporter for Action News in September of 2003. Walter came to WPVI-TV from WNBC in New York, where he was a reporter and weekend morning anchor. Prior to that, he worked as an anchor/reporter at WPLG in Miami and at News 12 New Jersey.

Walter also has radio experience, co-hosting the highest-rated radio talk show in Central New Jersey on WCTC News-Talk Radio 1450AM, and was color commentator for the Princeton Football Radio Network in New Jersey for 5 years.

Walter has numerous broadcast honors, including an Edward R. Murrow award for spot news coverage, a New York City Press Club award, a New York State Broadcasters award, and two New Jersey Associated Press awards.

A political science graduate from Duke University, Walter, and his wife, reside in Monmouth Junction, New Jersey with their two sons.

Walter's Stories
Should the Philadelphia Eagles bench Carson Wentz? SalPal, Vermeil weigh in
Head Coach Doug Pederson says that benching Carson Wentz at this point in the season sends a message to the locker room that the season is over.
'Crazy mess:' Philadelphia sheriff's office missing more than 200 guns
Philadelphia Sheriff Rochelle Bilal says there is only one way to describe what she inherited from previous administrations after she was sworn into office this past January: "They left us with a crazy mess."
Straight-line winds cause extensive damage in Maxatawny Township, Pennsylvania
The NWS says straight-line winds from Sunday night's severe weather caused extensive damage in and around Maxatawny Township, Berks County.
Family of fallen Philadelphia firefighter receives big surprise
The only thing Michael Bernstein loved more than being a firefighter was his family. On Tuesday, his family received quite a blessing in his honor. The Bernstein family received a symbolic key that signified their mortgage is now paid in full.
2 doctors with Delaware Valley ties tapped for Biden's COVID-19 Advisory Board
Two doctors with ties to the Delaware Valley have been tapped for President-elect Joe Biden's COVID-19 Advisory Board.
Why There's No Such Think As The "Latino Vote"
President Trump got nearly half the Latino vote in Florida, but in Arizona Latino voters favored Biden nearly 2 to 1.
Pennsylvania health officials confirm alarming spike in COVID-19 cases
For the last 28 days straight, there have been at least 1,000 new COVID cases reported in Pennsylvania, health officials said Monday.
Alarming spike in Philadelphia traffic fatalities, including hit-and-runs, this year
So far this year, through Oct. 7, 112 people have been killed in car crashes in Philadelphia. In all of 2019, 90 people were killed on the roads.
Philadelphia City Council to vote on ban on non-lethal force against protesters
Philadelphia City Council's Public Safety Committee approved a proposal Tuesday that if signed into law would be among the first of its kind for a major US city.
West Philadelphia principal named national principal of the year
His name is Richard Gordon, and what he has done as the principal of Paul Robeson High School for Human Services in West Philadelphia borders on the miraculous.