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.
If you have a story idea or just want to say hi, please feel free to e-mail Cody at firstname.lastname@example.org. You can also connect with Cody on Facebook or Twitter.
Mike Thomas is challenging councilman Tom Didier in the Republican Primary.
The university will occupy 8,900 square feet of space in what formerly was an eye surgery center.
The YWCA celebrated the grand opening of its Dress for Success boutique Thursday.
Jonathan Franks, of Hamilton, filed a complaint against the group after a billboard advertising CCDC's opposition to DeKalb Central's facility improvements referendum appeared across the street from DeKalb High School.
Starting April 1, INDOT said it will be replacing the bridge over I-69.
A bill proposed in the Ohio legislature would get rid of the requirement for two plates.
Last week, the Indiana BMV announced it is offering gender "x" as an option.
Beginning in 2021, the Indiana Department of Education will be led by a secretary of education.
The DeKalb Central Parent Action Committee is having a town hall discussion April 4.
The school said Robert Gaff moved out of state earlier this month.