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 neighborhood near Parkhill Road and Big Cove Road told WAAY 31 traffic in the area is a nightmare because of construction.
The move will save the district money.
The change is because of a federal regulation.
One student told WAAY 31 the dress code last year was a point of tension between students and teachers.
The district's board of education approved the move in a unanimous vote Monday night.
The company violated federal regulations by dumping the chemicals into the river.
A dog was shot multiple times and killed during a Huntsville home invasion.
According to deputies, the victim says he broke free and got help when he knocked on a stranger's back door.
No one inside the store was injured.
There is no timeline for when a new ordinance could be created and there are no specifics of what could be in the ordinance.