Kody Fisher

I've wanted to be in broadcast journalism since the 7th grade. I was inspired by Tom Brokaw. The first time I stepped into a TV studio in college I was overcome with a sense of awe and knew that I had chosen the right path.

I'm from Las Vegas, but I spent my college years at Indiana University. That's where I fell in love with the news gathering process and writing. My first internship at FOX59 in Indianapolis, IN showed me what it would take to survive in the fast paced world of TV journalism.

My first job was as a reporter in Utica, NY at WUTR/WFXV. That is by far the coldest I've been in my entire life, but I loved every second of it. From there I moved to Colorado Springs, CO. I spent a wonderful two years in the Rocky Mountains where I became the weekend anchor at FOX21.

It's time now for the next adventure in life, which brings me to the beautiful Tennessee Valley. In my free time you might see me out taking pictures, riding my bike, or draining 3's on the hardwood. It's a pleasure to call Huntsville home.

Recent Posts by Kody Fisher

Road crews suggest caution on potentially icy roads

With the temperatures dropping into the 20's Monday into Tuesday, Huntsville Public Works crews are on call to deal with icy conditions.

Millions of dollars on the way to AL to help victims of violent crimes

The money will pay for victim service officers throughout the state.

Albertville community proud to play part in Presidential funeral

The train carrying President George H.W. Bush to his final resting place was made by a company from Albertville.

Grissom parent frustrated over inability to take child out of school

The parent tried to take their child out of school for a doctor appointment.

Church Street project will completely revamp traffic flow

A sub-contractor on the project said it could take over a year to complete.

Newly approved FDA cancer treatment to impact patients in the Tennessee Valley

According to the Clearview Cancer Institute, the drug is revolutionary.

Huntsville Police Department prepares hundreds for active shooter situation

The training taught the basic things you should do to keep you and your family safe.

Expert advises gun owners to not be a hero during active shooter situations

Here is what you need to know to avoid getting shot by police during an active shooter situation.

'Move over' this Thanksgiving on highways, or get a ticket

Alabama State Troopers told WAAY 31 this is one point of emphasis they have this Thanksgiving travel season.

Family gets closure from serial killer's confession

Samuel Little confessed to killing Nancy Stevens of Decatur in 2005.

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