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 hold caffeine-fueled pep rally at Dunkin' in South Philly ahead of NFC Championship game
Philadelphia Eagles fans showed up big for a pep rally at the Dunkin' Donuts on Penrose Avenue Friday ahead of the NFC Championship game.
NFC Championship: Barricades in Philly, grease ready for poles as Eagles set to host 49ers
Playoffs in Philly: The barricades are in place around City Hall as officials prepare for a party of epic proportions. And police are ready to grease the poles.
Businesses at Reading Terminal Market offer Eagles-themed sweets, merchandise
"We're really excited for them to be playing, hopefully they're going to be going to the Super Bowl," said Julia Majerscak, an employee at Termini Brothers Bakery.
Store clerk killed in Philadelphia gas station robbery; 3 suspects sought
Police say three masked men entered the mini-mart and broke into the employee side of the counter.
Greater Philadelphia King Day of Service focusing on gun violence prevention
The 28th annual Greater Philadelphia Martin Luther King Day of Service will focus on gun violence prevention.
Deadly ambush shooting in Mayfair caught on surveillance video
Three people were killed and another person remains in critical condition after more than 50 shots were fired in Mayfair.
Police: Man in custody after firing shot outside Philadelphia City Hall
Witnesses told police and Action News that a male driver got out of the car and fired at least one shot into the air.
Police: Girl hit by stray gunfire, 2 men critical after shooting possibly over parking in Kensington
Deputy Commissioner Frank Vanore says it's still unclear how the shooting started, but it's possible it involved an argument over parking.
Southwest rebounding at PHL after weeklong meltdown, processing reimbursements
Only 7% - just two flights - were listed as canceled Friday morning at Philadelphia International Airport as opposed to nearly 90% on Thursday.
Southwest cancels nearly 90 percent of Philadelphia flights as meltdown continues
Southwest Airlines canceled nearly all of its Philadelphia flights Wednesday as luggage belonging to passengers who are stranded at other locations continued to arrive at Philadelphia International Airport.