Cody Lillich, KKTV 11 News

Cody Lillich

KKTV 11 News

Phoenix, AZ, United States

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  • NBC29
  • KSWO 7NEWS
  • NBC12 WWBT Richmond
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Recent articles by Cody:

Criminals using deed fraud, identity theft to steal homes

Wolnik says one study from a title company estimated that 90 percent of deed fraud is carried out by family members or friends of the victim. The remaining 10 percent of cases involve criminals who target the victims. → Read More

Criminals using deed fraud, identity theft to steal homes

Wolnik says one study from a title company estimated that 90 percent of deed fraud is carried out by family members or friends of the victim. The remaining 10 percent of cases involve criminals who target the victims. → Read More

Criminals using deed fraud, identity theft to steal homes

Wolnik says one study from a title company estimated that 90 percent of deed fraud is carried out by family members or friends of the victim. The remaining 10 percent of cases involve criminals who target the victims. → Read More

Criminals using deed fraud, identity theft to steal homes

Wolnik says one study from a title company estimated that 90 percent of deed fraud is carried out by family members or friends of the victim. The remaining 10 percent of cases involve criminals who target the victims. → Read More

Criminals using deed fraud, identity theft to steal homes

Wolnik says one study from a title company estimated that 90 percent of deed fraud is carried out by family members or friends of the victim. The remaining 10 percent of cases involve criminals who target the victims. → Read More

Criminals using deed fraud, identity theft to steal Arizona homes

A simple Google search shows examples of deed fraud taking place all over the country. → Read More

Investors buying thousands of Phoenix-area homes as rent prices spike

Tenants say the result is rising rent prices, but economists say they’re not so sure investors are to blame. → Read More

Zurik: Political contributions and the power of the nursing home industry

As lawmakers vow to push changes following the evacuation of more than 850 nursing home residents to a warehouse to ride out Hurricane Ida, one former lawmaker cautions that change is not easy in the industry. → Read More

Zurik: State hopes to have oil tank warning rule passed by end of the year

Eight months after an explosion of an oil tank in Southwest Louisiana killed a teenage girl, a state agency hopes to have a new rule in place soon that could prevent another child from being injured or killed. → Read More

Zurik: City says priority is getting trash picked up, not mixing trash with debris

The City of New Orleans provided few answers Tuesday in response to a FOX 8 Lee Zurik Investigation that found the city’s contractor in charge of specifically collecting trash not associated with Hurricane Ida, was collecting nearly everything found on the street, including storm debris. → Read More

Zurik: Contractors mixing debris and trash could cost city more money

City contractors that are supposed to keep trash and storm debris separate are mixing them together, which could mean a higher bill for whoever picks up the bill -- either the City of New Orleans or the federal government. → Read More

Zurik: Families of nursing home residents in warehouse shelter say owner ‘needs to be punished’

Lawsuits are mounting against Bob Dean, the owner of seven nursing homes and the warehouse he used to shelter hundreds of residents during Hurricane Ida → Read More

Licenses revoked of nursing homes involved in warehouse shelter evacuation where 7 died

Officials have revoked the licenses of seven nursing homes involved in an evacuation that crammed elderly and vulnerable residents into a warehouse. → Read More

Orleans Parish 9-1-1 call center reports technical issues have been solved

City officials are asking those calling about emergencies to call 504-821-2222 in the meantime. → Read More

Zurik: Nursing school director says board member pressured school leaders for student’s admission

The head of a state nursing school says a board member pressured for a student’s admission on multiple occasions, despite the student falling below the cut-off for the program. → Read More

Zurik: Leader of state board placed on leave following misconduct investigation

The leader of the state’s board over private security has been placed on leave after numerous allegations of wrongdoing surfaced around his leadership of the agency. → Read More

Zurik: Delayed, ignored records requests question whether New Orleans RTA is violating transparency laws

The State of Louisiana’s public records laws are in place to provide transparency to public agencies. But one New Orleans-based agency may be skirting those laws by not responding to requests. → Read More

Inspector General recommends charges against two more Hard Rock Hotel inspectors

The New Orleans Office of Inspector General has recommended charges be filed against two additional city inspectors who likely did not physically inspect the Hard Rock Hotel construction site before its collapse. → Read More

Zurik: IG recommends felony charge for city inspector who failed to visit Hard Rock site

A report suggests criminal charges should be filed in relation to a city inspector’s work connected to the Hard Rock Hotel construction site that collapsed in 2019, killing three workers. → Read More

Zurik: New Orleans company receives $180,000 PPP loan and likely had no employees

A New Orleans company, applied for and received a Paycheck Protection Program loan of nearly $200,000, but a FOX 8 Investigation found that at the time of the application, the company likely had no employees on staff. → Read More