Calvin Corey

Web Producer/Journalist

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Calvin serves as the Web Producer/ Journalist for KKCO 11 News.

Calvin grew up right down the road in corn country, as he was raised on a farm west of Olathe. Calvin attended Colorado Mesa University where he studied Political Science. During college, he worked for an international news site as a freelance journalist, and co-anchored a weekly radio show on 91.3 KMSA.

If Calvin isn’t in the newsroom typing away or editing articles, you will probably have a difficult time finding him. He loves to get up in the mountains and fly fish and explore everything Western Colorado has to offer. However, you might be able to catch him in the gym or at Old Chicago’s catching a game or two. He’s an avid Raider and Yankees fan!

Feel free to contact Calvin with any story ideas. He would love to hear from you!

NBC News Headlines

No tourists, just patients: NYC landmarks convert to hospitals

"We're going to use every place we need to use to help people," Mayor Bill de Blasio has said.

New York man exposed to coronavirus hid symptoms to visit wife in hospital

Following the incident, UR Medicine will begin taking the temperature of visitors to its hospitals maternity units.

Do you need a mask? The science hasn't changed, but public guidance might

Attitudes about masks are beginning to change in the U.S., both among the general public and at the highest levels of public health.

Group behind NYC's COVID-19 field hospital run by antigay evangelist

Franklin Graham, the head of Samaritan’s Purse, has compared trans people to pedophiles and said gays would burn in the “flames of hell.”

Selena fans turn to social to pay tribute, 25 years after her death

"To a beautiful person who lives on...WE LOVE YOU AND MISS YOU! #SELENA25," Selena's sister Suzette Quintanilla posted on Facebook.