Loren Korn is a native Texan who joined the Local 6 news team as a reporter in May 2014.
She was born and raised in Houston and graduated from the University of Texas at Austin with a degree in Journalism. She studied for six months in Granada, Spain before landing her first job as a multimedia journalist in Bryan/ College Station, the home of Texas A&M University. Loren then worked as a morning anchor/reporter for a station in Waco, Texas before becoming a main anchor for the CBS affiliate in Corpus Christi, Texas.
During her journalism career, Loren has reported on a variety of topics and broke several stories. Some of those included hospitals that were double-billing its patients, uncovering one of the largest drug busts in Central Texas, and a former teacher convicted of molesting one of her students. She also worked on a popular weekly segment called “Speed Demons,” where she caught drivers breaking the law.
Loren is also a creative storyteller and received the 2013 Texas Associated Press Award for Best Feature “Haunted Lexington.” She spent the night on an aircraft carrier built during WWII for the U.S. Navy to find out if the ship was actually haunted.
Loren’s love for journalism started in high school where she produced, shot, edited and anchored the morning newscast. She enjoyed making a difference and giving everyone a voice.
Loren is excited to be living by the beach and calling Volusia County her home! In her spare time, Loren enjoys traveling, exercising and two stepping.
If you have a good story idea or just want to say hi, please send Loren an email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Favorite Food: Seafood, Italian and Tex Mex!
Favorite Book: "Invisible Thread" and "In the Sanctuary of Outcasts"
Favorite Sport: Running
Favorite Genre of Music: Country, Texas Country and Alternative Rock
Favorite Movie: "Morning Glory" and "The Stand"
Favorite TV Show: Anything on Bravo, International House Hunters and Friends
Place You Would Love To Visit: Turkey
Favorite Quote: “Everything will be okay in the end. If it’s not okay, it’s not the end.”