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Greg Coy is an American news anchor at FOX13 News. He is always on the pursuit of the big story, the better live shot, the perfect way to anchor as a newscast and the best way to tell a story to the viewers. It explains why Greg has worked in various major markets to learn and then apply his talent where there are opportunities for professional development.

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Greg Coy was born in the United States of America. His age is under review but we will get to update you very soon.

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Greg Coy has an estimated net worth of $ 6 million dollars as of 2019. He has all this income generated from his hard work as a news anchor.

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Greg Coy has worked in various major markets to learn and then apply his talent where there are opportunities for professional development. His greatest talents might be his leadership skills to mentor young journalists on staff with advice and a strong work ethic.

He understands the need to grow with the industry and leveraged his journalistic skills to become an anchor, host of a regional network show, co-manager of the broadcast and provider of content for online media.

What drives him? Meeting complete strangers, gaining their respect, telling a story that stands out in a newscast are not challenges to him but opportunities.

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The location could be either Frankfurt, Germany, the local farm or a media junket for a visiting celebrity, each is important to him and the viewer. Greg says he is a veteran of television journalism and have worked in major markets including Philadelphia, PA, Boston, MA, and Washington, DC

. The quality of my work has been recognized by the Mid Atlantic NATAS, SPJ, and Associated Press. My desire is to work in a top 20 market as an anchor and investigative reporter for a competitive station.

Specialties: Anchoring, field anchoring, reporting live on both investigative, general assignment, human interest stories, and politics. It is reflected in his work and personality on and off camera. He’s been quoted saying, “I have the best job in the world, why not love it unconditionally.”

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Memphis police drug audit shows very little heroin, fentanyl seized

MEMPHIS, Tenn. – FOX13 uncovered new information about the problem of drugs sold in Memphis. We obtained a detailed audit of drugs confiscated and destroyed by Memphis police. Missing in the paperwork were cases of fentanyl and a large number of cases of heroin seized – two drugs causing problems across the country. The CEO of Turning Point Addiction Campuses looked at the same audit.

Jury awards former City of Memphis employee $1.1M in a lawsuit after name appeared on ‘blacklist’

MEMPHIS, Tenn. – A jury awarded a former city of Memphis employee $1.1 million in a federal lawsuit after her name appeared on the now-defunct “City Hall Blacklist.”  The list contained names of some activists and former employees who need an escort to get inside city hall.

How you can help prevent your home from being broken into for less than $10

MEMPHIS, Tenn. – FOX13 investigates is working to keep you safe. We discovered a simple fix to better protect either your home or apartment from a burglary. The cost to you is less than a soda from a vending machine and involves the type of screws used in the door frame and lock. It can prevent a knock on the door from a stranger’s foot or shoulder trying to break in. The problem is often the metal plate attached the door frame for the lock is not as secure as you might think.

Families end a lawsuit against the City of Memphis with $400,000 settlement

Tonight, two families end a lawsuit against the City of Memphis with a settlement of nearly $400,000. They claimed Memphis Police needlessly pursued the driver of a stolen car that crashed into head-on into another car. The collision killed one friend and seriously injured another. The accident happened at the corner of Sam Cooper and Hollywood on March 5, 2017. Memphis Police charged Toukta Southavilay with driving a stolen Lexus from Arkansas and causing the fatal crash.

Whitehaven homeowner angry with overgrown property nearby

MEMPHIS, Tenn. – A Whitehaven homeowner turns to FOX13 for help to find the owner of an overgrown property behind his manicured backyard. Larry Haley told us he’s called the City of Memphis, Shelby County, and both utility companies to see who is responsible for the maintenance of that land. He has had no luck. Haley takes pride in his Whitehaven home of 20 years. If it means working in the evening sun to finish the back deck, that’s what he will do.

MPD working to get more protective gear for officers

MEMPHIS, Tenn. – Several Memphis police officers have contacted FOX13 venting about the lack of protective gear when the violent protests broke out following the deadly shooting of Brandon Webber in Frayser. A combined 36 officers and deputies were injured, some of whom were sent to the hospital for injuries they sustained during the chaos. One officer had his jaw broken and two teeth knocked out.

‘He was going to rape me or kill me’: Memphis woman shares a terrifying story after escaping kidnapper

MEMPHIS, Tenn. – Memphis police are searching for a man who they said kidnapped one woman and robbed an Uber Eats driver – all in the same night in Cooper-Young. The victim of the kidnapping told FOX13 she had to escape because she feared he was going to kill her. RELATED: Suspect on the run after woman escapes kidnapping in Cooper-Young “He had me.

Former MPD K-9 officer set up companies to breed and sell puppies online, documents show

MEMPHIS, Tenn. – FOX13 has uncovered new information in a Memphis police K-9 breeding scandal. Not only was the officer directly involved fired, but several MPD brass were disciplined as well. ORIGINAL STORY: Two MPD officers relieved of duty, accused of breeding police K-9s with family pets K-9 officer Carl Craig tried to set up a business, selling puppies online for $1,500.

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