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.
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The commission deferred that recommendation until next month.
Republican Joseph Townsend announced Tuesday he is running for one of the at-large seats on council.
Tim Smith made his candidacy official by filing with the Allen County Board of Elections Tuesday.
The fire house that responded to the New Years Day fire was recognized for their heroic efforts.
Travon Fincher is accused of killing Ricky Pelmear after an argument on inside a home on Madison.
Garrett Police said two officers tried to pull over Timothy Criswell, 36, on a traffic violation.
Holcomb used his State of the State speech Tuesday evening to announce plans to pay off $140 million in teacher pension obligations.
Developers said Sport Wayne signed a letter of intent to open Rush Rock Gym at Electric Works.
The hospital said it is phasing out its home health and medical equipment services.
Joshua Salyer's body was found in a dumpster at a recycling center on New Haven Avenue in November 2003.