Cody Butler joined WFFT in January 2017 as a Multi-Media journalist.
Before returning to northeast Indiana, Cody worked as a producer at WTVG in Toledo, Ohio and a reporter at KWYB in Bozeman, Montana.
Cody grew up in rural DeKalb County, and went to Ball State University to study Journalism and Telecommunications.
During his college career, Cody was involved in the student newscast, NewsLink Indiana as a reporter and producer. Cody also was a reporter for WSBT-FM, Indiana Public Radio.
When Cody isn't reporting the stories of northeast Indiana, you can find him watching his favorite FOX shows or enjoying everything Northeast Indiana has to offer.
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Senator Todd Young introduced the "Stop for School Buses Act" Monday.
Starting Tuesday, inspectors will be addressing complaints and identifying high grassy areas.
Fort Wayne water customers can expect to pay a little more on their bills next month.
Shayden Howard, 14, was last seen May 6 in Garrett.
Victor M. Rivera, 23, learned his punishment Friday in Allen Superior Court after pleading guilty to felony murder in the Thanksgiving Day 2017 slaying of 25-year-old Jacob Walerko.
Used car dealer CarMax said it plans to build a new store on North Clinton.
The 63 acre campus was recently listed for sale.
On April 23, 170 people passed a school bus stop arm in only Allen County.
In March 2018, the Indiana Utility Regulatory Commission approved a rate hike for I&M's "Building the Future" proposal to help with infrastructure needs.
Fort Wayne's city council approved the new regulations Tuesday evening.