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
First responders in Burlington County salute medical workers with parade
First responders from nearly a dozen police and fire agencies around Burlington County teamed up to salute the heroic efforts of medical workers at Virtua Willingboro Hospital.
COVID-19 survivor in Montgomery County shares experience after 17 days on ventilator
A Worcester, Pennsylvania man is recovering from the coronavirus after spending 17 days on a ventilator. He and his five family members all battled the virus.
Italian Market in South Philadelphia looking to boost home deliveries for Easter rush
Dozens of business in the Italian Market are hoping to boost Easter sales with the introduction of a new home delivery option as families remain inside during the stay-at-home order.
Grocery store owner supplying employees with face shields, masks amid COVID-19
The owner of a Shop Rite grocery store in Warminster is ramping up health and safety measures for employees during the coronavirus outbreak.
Two additional testing sites open in New Jersey in Camden and Mercer counties
New Jersey leaders said they're working as quickly as possible to set up more testing sites while dealing with a shortage of test kits.
Thousands of Philadelphia students continue to receive free grab-and-go meals during COVID-19 pandemic
Thousands of students will be able to receive free grab-and-go meals in Philadelphia Thursday from 9 a.m. to noon.
Philadelphia city leaders, Hahnemann owner at odds over cost to reopen former hospital for coronavirus patients
Philadelphia city leaders and the owner of the former Hahnemann University Hospital are at odds during negotiations to reopen the facility for coronavirus patients.
Coronavirus: Pennsylvania Task Force 1 crews setting up at Citizens Bank Park
A massive coronavirus testing site could be coming to Citizens Bank Park.
Three Montgomery County school districts reopening amid coronavirus concerns
School district leaders of Upper Merion, Lower Merion and Norristown school districts said schools are ready to reopen Wednesday after officials announced eight presumptive positive COVID-19 cases in Montgomery County.