Cory James
Cory James joined the ABC30 Action News team as a general assignment reporter in January 2016.

Before moving to Fresno, Cory was a reporter/fill-in anchor based in the northern Santa Barbara County bureau for KEYT-TV and KCOY-TV. His first story involved reporting on the Isla Vista mass shooting that killed six people and injured more than a dozen others around the University of California, Santa Barbara campus.

Cory graduated from the University of Georgia's Grady College of Journalism and Mass Communication. While in school, he interned for CNN and WSB-TV in Atlanta.

Originally from Georgia, Cory is excited to make California home. He is a member of the National Association of Black Journalists.

Cory loves to cook, travel and volunteer with local organizations.

From popular cereals to honey, to harvesting machines - there is a lot to take in at the marijuana trade show in Merced.
As pilots prepared to take off and land at the Porterville Municipal Airport, they honored one of their own - 75-year-old Gilbert Gutierrez.
Fresno Mayor Lee Brand wants to add $150,000 to the city's budget for three more square miles of the gunshot detection system.
Inside innocuous barn doors was blood sport and animal cruelty. Over 100 birds were rescued, but dozens of roosters were found dead.
Hundreds of athletes of all ages and levels are part of Clovis Community Fitness, and the man who runs it is a corrections office sergeant who wants to bring the community together.