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.
In the days after multiple patients died at the rehabilitation Center of Hollywood Hills, crime scene investigators carried out a search warrant at the facility revealing just what detectives were looking into during their investigation.
Investigators say the man is asking juveniles if they need their cells charged or asking to borrow their cells because they’re lost.
The Broward State Attorney’s Office announced Tuesday that it would not be filing criminal charges against Miami Dolphins wide receiver Jarvis Landry.
New surveillance video could be the break investigators need to find the murderer of a man who stuck up for an elderly worker being berated.
Philip Antonino was shot and killed for standing up to a man who was berating an elderly person.
Nearly two weeks since Hurricane Irma made landfall in South Florida, a lot of people are just now trying to figure out if, and how, they can get help from the federal government.
There’s power to about half the area as residents of the Lower Keys returned home Sunday for the first time since Irma hit a week prior.
Monroe County officials say all residents and business owners of the lower keys will be allowed to return Sunday morning.
“We got a mess to clean up,” said Brian Reinfandt as he returned with his family to their Marathon home Saturday morning once city and county leaders began letting residents and business owners back in.
Recovering from Hurricane Irma in the Florida Keys is a struggle with no power, no water and no stable communication.