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Known for his presence on-scene at breaking news and keeping the public updated on happenings throughout the state, Brody Carter has been serving West Michigan at Fox 17 News almost four years. A graduate of Purdue University, he got his start in Texas after uprooting his life and jumping head-first into the business.

Brody joined the Fox 17 family as a news reporter in 2013 and has since taken over responsibilities on the desk as one of our weekend morning anchors.

Recently married in December, Brody and his wife, Lindsay enjoy spending time with family, playing music, and exploring the state with their toy-poodle named Henry. Brody is an avid reader and if you’re lucky, you might find him playing guitar at local open-mics throughout the state.

If you have a story you would like Brody to cover, you can send him an e-mail at bcarter@fox17online.com.


Recent Articles
  • Traveling water circus comes to The Lakes Mall in Muskegon

    MUSKEGON, Mich. – Cirque Italia is bringing its first ever water circus to Muskegon at the Lakes Mall from July 18-21. Cirque Italia is a European Circus aquatic spectacular showcasing talent from around the world. 30 performers from 25 countries will perform in a unique tent holding 35,000 gallons of water on it’s custom designed stage. Acts include aerial acrobats, hand balancing, contortionists, and death defying stunts sure to harness your inner-child. Tickets can be bought online or at the box […]

  • Studio Park project preparing for September opening

    GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. — Studio Park Project in Grand Rapids is preparing for its grand opening in September. Our Brody Carter got an inside look at the progress construction crews are making.

  • Hit and run suspect flees after hitting building

    CALHOUN COUNTY, Mich. – A 28-year-old Battle Creek man was arrested after crashing his vehicle into the side of a building and left the scene, according to deputies. Deputies tell us it happened around 10 p.m. Saturday night at the intersection of 1600 block of Capital Avenue NE. Witnesses were able to give dispatchers an accurate description that led investigators to locate the driver just a short distance away. The driver was treated for minor injuries.  He’s now lodged at […]

  • Second floor of Wyoming school collapses

    WYOMING, Mich. — Just weeks after part of a school’s wall collapsed, the second floor of Lee Middle and High School in Wyoming collapsed onto its first floor. It happened around 9 p.m. Sunday but luckily no one was inside at the time. The collapse comes weeks after part of the roof came down at Lee High and Middle School. Nobody was injured in that incident either. In that incident officials say the roof structure became “disengaged from the exterior […]

  • Red Hot Inn closing after 48 years in Grand Rapids

    GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. – The owner of a local diner says it’s time to “start a new chapter for the family” and the Red Hot Inn in Grand Rapids is set to Friday. The Red Hot Inn has been in operation for 48 years, according to owner Jim Koukios. The restaurant started in 1971 on Plainfield Road, but moved to its current location at Leonard Street and the East Beltline NE in 1984. Koukios says in a release that was […]

  • World’s largest swim lesson in Grand Rapids Thursday

    GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. — If you are looking to get your child into a water safety class before heading to the pool and beach this summer, there is a free class being offered Thursday. Both kids and adults are invited to take part in the event at 11 a.m. at the Salvation Army Kroc Center, 2500 Division Ave S. in Grand Rapids. Organizers are hoping to break the record for the world’s largest swimming lesson. Space is limited so if […]

  • Meet the three finalists for GR police chief

    GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. — Tonight is your chance to meet the three finalists for Grand Rapids’ next police chief. The three finalists are Lansing Police Chief Michael Yankowski, retired Pittsburgh Assistant Police Chief Larry Scirotto and current Grand Rapids Deputy Police Chief Eric Payne. Yankowski has been chief in Lansing since 2013 and has been with the department for 25 years.  Scirotto was with the Pittsburgh Bureau of Police for 23 years and was the department’s youngest assistant chief.  Payne […]

  • Free fishing, open access to ORV trails and state parks this weekend

    MICHIGAN – The Michigan DNR is encouraging people to get outdoors this weekend offering free access to state parks, ORV trails, and fishing without a license. June 8th and 9th, you can enjoy Free Fishing Weekend on all Michigan waters for any and all species. Keep in mind, all fishing regulations still apply. More than 40 events and fishing tournaments have been scheduled throughout the state to help both beginners and professionals celebrate the occasion. Brian Gunderman with the Dept. […]

  • GR pools, splash pads open for summer season

    GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. — School’s out for the summer, marking the 2019 pool season starting Monday, June 3. In Grand Rapids, the pools at Briggs Park, Martin Luther King Park, and Richmond Park open at 1 p.m. Monday, with the first 100 swimmers at each pool getting free summer swag. The city’s 13 splash pads in neighborhood parks will also be open, coinciding with the end of the school year to give Grand Rapids youth a safe and fun place […]

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