Carey Codd is a General Assignment Reporter for CBS4 News and joined the News Team in 2005. He has covered a range of stories from cops to courts, foreclosures to features.
In the past decade, Carey has covered Hurricane Katrina from New Orleans, the Space Shuttle Columbia disaster from Cape Canaveral, the 9/11 attacks from New York City and the disputed presidential election in 2000 in Palm Beach County.
Prior to Miami, Carey worked at WPEC in West Palm Beach. While there, Carey was honored twice by the Florida Associated Press for individual achievement as a reporter.
Carey holds a Master’s Degree in Broadcast Journalism from the University of Miami and a Bachelors Degree in Communications from Catawba College in North Carolina.
Carey and his wife Meredith are the proud parents of two boys.
Fort Lauderdale Police announced the termination and resignation of officers, they said, were involved in a “racially biased” video and messages.
Hollywood and Seminole Indian police scoured a neighborhood Thursday for a missing 3-year-old child.
A hit and run driver who left a motorcyclist for dead on Christmas Eve remains on the loose and the victim is telling his story on television for the first time.
Mother Nature and a team of salvage crews managed to free a stuck fishing boat from the sands along Fort Lauderdale Beach late Monday afternoon.
For months residents in a Fort Lauderdale community say they dealt with two major issues — a group of sex offenders and a group of homeless people living under bridges near their homes causing problems.
It’s a new designer drug that is showing up across South Florida. It’s called “flakka” and drug experts say it’s extremely dangerous.
A U.S. Department of State worker is behind bars, accused of possessing child pornography.
This week the state is rolling out its new, much debated, Florida Standards Assessment (FSA) tests.
A newly released Fort Lauderdale Police report tells the story of a confrontation between a veteran police officer and a homeless man at a city bus terminal last month that ended in the homeless man being slapped in the face.
A broken headlight, a torn off truck emblem and other scattered vehicle parts are what was left behind after a hit and run crash in Dania Beach that killed an 8-year-old boy last December.