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

Police release name of suspect in high-speed chase, wreck at Pulaski Pike and Mastin Lake

The suspect is 38-year-old Marius Moore.

Police: 2 dead in Tuscumbia triple shooting

Police say all three victims are male and in their late teens to early twenties.

Senior band students at Mae Jemison HS earned hundreds of thousands in scholarships

Every single senior in band won a scholarship for college.

Limestone Co. Sheriff’s Office: Missing inmate's girlfriend helped him escape, search continues

Anyone with information is asked to call 256-232-0111.

Flooding impacting crops in Madison County

Many fields are currently flooded due to recent weather.

Power restored to majority of downtown Huntsville

Huntsville Utilities reported the outage Thursday around 8 p.m.

'Good and pure and kind:’ Parents mourn Huntsville murderer’s victims; grateful he’ll never be free

A jury decided to give Marc Stone a life sentence instead of the death penalty.

Police: Threats of violence at Bob Jones High are not accurate

The district has received phone calls from concerned parents.

New town homes project met with opposition in Madison

The project calls for 250-300 new town homes.

Family of murdered Huntsville man still seeking justice

Sam Mitchell was killed in late August and Huntsville Police are still looking for the person, or people, responsible.

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