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Mike McCormick
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"NBC Nightly News" anchor Brian Williams is being suspended for six months without pay following revelations that he exaggerated tales from an Iraq War mission in 2003. Tuesday night's announcement capped an extraordinary and painful six-day period fo...
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On Sunday, Greenville police said they've asked DSS to investigate the mother of Tario Anderson, an autistic man who was at the center of a controversial arrest involving a Taser.
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Reporter at WYFF News 4 covering the Spartanburg, Cherokee, Union area.
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Mike McCormick joined WYFF News 4 in April 2007 as a reporter in the Spartanburg Newsroom.

He comes to the Upstate from Arkansas, where he was a reporter/fill-in anchor at one of WYFF 4's sister stations, KHBS/KHOG for nearly three years. While there, he became known as the station's resident "dumpster diver" and his work on identity theft won two first place awards for investigative reporting from the Associated Press.

Before heading to Arkansas, Mike was a writer for the primetime newscasts at WSVN in Miami. His first TV gig actually came in high school when he was an anchor for PCS Journal - a show airing on a community access television station run by his school district.

In 2008, Mike received a Southeast Regional Emmy Award nomination in the Consumer/Business Reporting category for his piece "Are You Too Fat for Your Car?"

Mike graduated from the University of Miami with a degree in broadcast journalism and theatre arts. When he's not out being nosy on the streets of the Upstate, you'll find Mike in the kitchen, or in front of the television as a Food Network junkie


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