Cody Melin joined WLFI in July of 2018.
Cody Melin joined WLFI in July of 2018 as a news producer. Cody was born and raised in Monticello, Indiana. He attended high school at Twin Lakes High School. After graduating, Cody moved to Huntington, Indiana where he attended Huntington University. While in Huntington, Cody worked as the FDN News Producer and Huntingtonian Arts and Entertainment Editor. He also worked as an international student mentor.
While in school he interned at Fort Wayne's CBS affiliate, WANE TV. He then moved to Sioux City, Iowa to work at the local ABC affiliate KCAU 9.
Cody moved back home to Indiana to work as the News 18 This Morning producer, while also making appearances as the "Weekend Planner Guy" on Fridays.
Cody loves exploring the community looking for hole-in-the-wall coffee shops. He also enjoys binge-watching reality television and listening to true crime podcasts.
If you want your event covered or have any coffee recommendations, reach out to Cody on social media and through email.
All proceeds will go right back into benefitting the Fowler Theatre.
Dog owners in West Lafayette now have their very own place to let their dogs run free. Happy Hollow Dog Park is officially open for pups to enjoy.
A gunman killed eight people and wounded several others before apparently taking his own life in a late-night attack at a FedEx facility near the Indianapolis airport
The Louisiana-based franchise chose West Lafayette for its second Indiana location.
Leaders are working around the clock to make sure guests have a great experience despite delays.
Over 20 local downtown businesses in Lafayette will extend their hours to host artists and musicians the first Friday of each month.
A local shelter dog that gained national attention has finally found his forever home.
Visitors can enjoy everything from guided basketball tours to a three-week art festival featuring 600 artists.
One dog over at Natalie's has grabbed the attention of people across the country.
Officers will mainly be focusing on criminal patrol and drug interception.
Data is updated nightly.
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