Annie McCormick
Annie McCormick joined 6abc Action News in September of 2012 as a general assignment reporter. She came to Action News from CBS 21 WHP-TV in Harrisburg where she was the weekend anchor and reporter. Annie broke numerous stories while covering crime and politics in the state capital, and has appeared on PCN-TV's Journalists Roundtable.

Prior to working in Harrisburg, Annie's on-air career included reporting stops in Waco, TX and Albuquerque, NM. She began her career in broadcast journalism at CBS 3 in Philadelphia on the assignment desk. However, Annie began her career in journalism as a photo intern in The White House press office. After college, she worked as a photojournalist for newspapers and wire services in the tri-state area including The New York Times, the Associated Press, The Philadelphia Daily News, US Weekly and Star magazines, among others.

Annie served on The Pennsylvania Crime Stoppers Board for several years. She also created the series "Wanted In Central PA", which profiled local fugitives and worked closely with U.S Marshals to track down Megan's Law offenders.

Annie won several Associated Press awards and was Emmy nominated in both New Mexico and Pennsylvania for stories about the paranormal and crime. In 2012, she was named the Media Advocate of the Year by the Dauphin County Victims Witness Assistance Program.

She graduated from Muhlenberg College in Allentown, PA with a major in Communications and minor in Music. She is a graduate of Moorestown High School in Moorestown, NJ.

Annie resides in Center City, Philadelphia. In her free time, she enjoys attending concerts, theater, pilates, barre classes and running.

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