Corey Davis
Corey Davis joined the Action News Team in August 2019 and is excited to be living in the northeast for the first time.

Corey came to 6abc from Tampa, Florida. While in the Sunshine State, he covered national stories from high-profiled criminal cases and politics to record-breaking hurricanes.

Corey has been on the front lines of a number of natural disasters, but Hurricane Michael stands out the most. He was one of the first reporters on-air to show the country the extensive damage and need for help in areas around Panama City.

Born and raised in Charleston, South Carolina, Corey is a Southerner at heart. After graduating from the University of South Carolina, he spent a few years as a theater manager and later studied at Trident Technical College where he refreshed his production and camera skills.

Corey started a part-time video editing job at WCSC while still working as a theater manager, and was soon promoted to a full-time photographer. Finally, he landed a shot at being on-air.

Corey spent two years shooting, editing and writing his own stories as a "one-man-band," living out his dream with the same reporters and anchors he grew up watching.

From there, he moved on to a station in Greenville, South Carolina where he got his first taste of covering snow storms and wildfires.

Corey is a music lover and played a number of instruments, including clarinet and baritone, in the USC marching band. He is also a proud member of the National Association of Black Journalists.

Corey's Stories
Eagles welcoming fans for home opener at Linc with safety guidelines
Sunday's home game against the San Francisco 49ers will be a big change from last year when games were eventually played in an empty stadium due to pandemic shutdowns.
Philadelphia Zoo now vaccinating animals against COVID-19
The process is now underway to vaccinate more than 100 animals against COVID-19 at the Philadelphia Zoo.
Philadelphia school district employees must be fully vaccinated before October or get tested
Philadelphia School District employees must be fully vaccinated by the end of September or submit to testing twice a week.
As pediatric COVID cases rise, Archdiocese of Philadelphia students return to the classroom
There is currently no COVID-19 vaccine mandate for schools within the Archdiocese of Philadelphia, but church leaders strongly recommend getting the shot.
Cleanup underway after Made in America 2021 wraps in Center City Philadelphia
Some of the major streets that had been closed for the concert were being reopened by Monday morning.
Couple pulled from rubble in Philly after 3 buildings collapsed
The three buildings collapsed around 10 p.m. Thursday just as Dave Velazquez said he was driving by the property.
Major flooding in Philadelphia and surrounding areas; 7 tornadoes confirmed
Philadelphia and many other surrounding communities in suburban Pennsylvania were dealing with historic flooding on Thursday
Manayunk floodwaters engulf vehicles, shut down Main Street to traffic
The Schuylkill River overtook the Manayunk section of Philadelphia on Thursday morning.
AAA urging caution, planning as storms create dangerous driving conditions
AAA is urging drivers to be cautious and to plan ahead as inclement storms from the remnants of Ida impact the Delaware Valley.
Students return to Philly schools after 18 months as teachers' contract nears expiration
"The first day of school is the best day of my life because we have been in virtual for a year. For a year! So being in the school it makes me feel this feeling-this very happy feeling."