Cody Holyoke is a general assignment reporter for TODAY'S TMJ4.
He spent four years as a weekend anchor and reporter at WSFA-TV in Montgomery, Alabama. While there, the Alabama Associated Press named him "Reporter of the Year" two years in a row. His work was also recognized by the Alabama Broadcasters Association. He spent time covering state and local government, crime and the economy. Most recently, he reported on a series of tornadoes in Alabama, now considered the deadliest outbreak of the century.
Cody hails all the way from Bangor, Maine. In May of 2007, he graduated Magna Cum Laude with a degree in Television-Radio from Ithaca College in Ithaca, New York.
While at Ithaca, Cody started his broadcast career as a producer, anchor, and reporter for NewsWatch 16, a countywide live news show cablecast to 26,000 homes in Upstate New York. He also worked as an intern for WVII and WFVX-TV in Bangor, Maine.
In the Fall of 2006, Cody became a field/newsroom intern at Fox News Channel in Los Angeles, California, before moving to Montgomery.
Cody and his wife, Lee, live in Milwaukee with their dog, Jake.
You can find Cody in places across our viewing area, on the scene for breaking, hard hitting news, and stories that matter to you.
If you have an interesting story for Cody, don't hesitate to send him an email. You can also follow him on Twitter and Facebook!