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.
Robert Runcie, Broward Schools Superintendent, held a wide-ranging discussion Wednesday afternoon about various security upgrades to county schools.
Retired Secret Service Agent To Investigate Procedures At Marjory Stoneman Douglas Prior To Shooting
The Broward School District has hired a retired Secret Service agent to conduct an internal investigation of what happened on the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School campus during last February’s deadly shooting.
The children of Louis Cancio say the 68-year-old father and grandfather was a loving, genuine and hardworking man.
The driver of a stolen Dodge Ram truck smashed head on into a SUV in Allapattah Tuesday afternoon, killing a man.
A former church official at Mount Bethel Baptist Church in Fort Lauderdale is accused of stealing more than $125,000 from the church.
The search is on for some heartless vandals who ruined several boats that belong to a South Florida charity.
A fire ripped through a barn in Broward County, claiming the lives of countless exotic animals.
There’s a simple rule of thumb to determine the difference between a legal firework and an illegal one.
On Friday, the group, March For Our Lives, created in the wake of the shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, held a rally outside the Federal Courthouse in Fort Lauderdale.
A group of Parkland families, all of whom lost loved ones in the mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in February, have launched an advocacy group called Stand with Parkland.