Kody Fisher is a reporter for WAAY.
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.
The City of Huntsville told WAAY 31 all construction will happen between 8 p.m. and 6 a.m.
Animal services told WAAY 31 a car can become deadly for an animal within minutes.
The Madison City Council voted Wednesday to revoke the facilities business license, and gave them seven days to vacate.
The Madison City Council voted unanimously to revoke the license.
WAAY 31 got a look at the technology the Madison County school district uses.
You need to have a commercial driver's license to qualify.
Portions of Hughes Road and Sullivan Street are set to go from three lanes to five.
If officers pass a fitness test twice a year they will get a 2.5% bonus.
City Council President Devyn Keith proposed the pay raise.
Cleanup crews said the biggest challenge was dealing with the power lines caught in the limbs.