Cory Stark, FOX19 Morning News reporter for WXIX in Cincinnati - Cincinnati News, FOX19-WXIX TV

Cory Stark

Cory joined FOX19 in September 2010 from our sister station in Evansville, Indiana. 

Cory is part of the FOX19 Morning News team and enjoys giving people the news and information they need to start their day.

In two years in Cincinnati, Cory has become involved in the Tri-State community, emceeing several charity events, volunteering with the Ronald McDonald House and Habitat for Humanity, and participating in Cincinnati Association for the Blind & Visually Impaired's annual "Stories of the Season" project. 

Cory was married in the summer of 2012 to his long-time girlfriend, Sarah. Both Cory and Sarah originally hail from St. Louis, MO. (Yes we both are HUGE Cardinals fans). Cory also loves to cheer on his alma mater the Butler Bulldogs!  In his spare time Cory enjoys hanging out with friends, playing drums, and training for triathlons!

Cory left FOX19 in November of 2013.

 

 

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