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Cody LaGrow

Host/Producer

Cody LaGrow is an Emmy award-winning journalist and host of "The Day Ahead" and "30 Minutes With." Previously an associate producer at ABC's "Good Morning America" in New York and local news reporter in Missouri, Cody uses his passion for personality-driven interviews to foster an understanding of people. He hates non-elastic pants, loves breakfast for dinner and is a devout member of the BeyHive. If you came to slay with a story idea, feel free to drop Cody a line at cody@newsy.com.

  Recent Work
What If The US Funded Public Health Like National Security?
NewsyPolitics

Rethinking Public Health Funding When A Pandemic Is Our Biggest Threat

Yes To The Bless: Year One As A Millennial Nun
Newsy / Luke PiotrowskiU.S.

Yes To The Bless: Year One As A Millennial Nun

Cody LaGrow interviews Anne Helen Petersen about burnout among Millennials.
Newsy / Kevin ClancyU.S.

Many Millennials 'Can't Even' Find Their Footing In Adulthood

The Parallels of HIV and COVID-19 And Its Impact on People of Color
Newsy / Dave GlanzSci/Health

What Connects HIV And COVID-19? Their Impact On Black People

Why Herd Immunity Is A Risky Approach To COVID-19
Newsy / Dave GlanzSci/Health

Why Herd Immunity Is A Risky Approach To COVID-19

'Addiction Wants Us To Be Alone': Finding Recovery In Isolation
NewsySci/Health

'Addiction Wants Us To Be Alone': Finding Recovery In Isolation

Quarantine Comedy Puts The 'Social' In Social Distance
NewsySci/Health

Quarantine Comedy Puts The 'Social' In Social Distance

In Quarantine, Social Media Is The Only Stage In Town
Newsy / Addie WeyrichSci/Health

In Quarantine, Social Media Is The Only Stage In Town

Deja Abdul-Haqq discussing HIV in Jackson, Mississippi
Newsy / Andrew ShaferU.S.

HIV In The Deep South: The Fix

Dr. Leandro Mena and Cody LaGrow discussing HIV in Jackson, Mississippi
Newsy / Andrew ShaferU.S.

HIV In The Deep South: The Doctors

Jackie Wilson discussing HIV in Jackson, Mississippi
Newsy / Andrew ShaferU.S.

HIV In The Deep South: The Overlooked

Cody LaGrow talking to Obie McNair about HIV in Jackson, Mississippi
Newsy / Andrew ShaferU.S.

HIV In The Deep South: The Big Problem

Deja Abdul-Haqq discussing HIV/AIDS on the radio in Jackson, Mississippi
Newsy / Andrew ShaferU.S.

HIV In The Deep South: The Stigma

Cody LaGrow sits down with Michelle Larson, president and CEO of the Adler Planetarium in Chicago.
Newsy / Andrew ShaferSci/Health

Astrophysicist Wants To See More Girls Studying STEM

Mike Hoffman standing at lectern in Catholic church
Newsy / Andrew ShaferU.S.

'Not A Catholic Problem': A Survivor Of Sex Abuse Speaks Out

Sale sign hangs at a shop
Getty ImagesU.S.

The Bottom Line: Should You Trust The 'Sale' Sign?

Woman on the phone
VideoblocksU.S.

The Bottom Line: You're Not Crazy — Robocalls Are Increasing

A lesbian couple hold hands during a Gay Pride rally
Getty ImagesU.S.

'The Day Ahead' Looks At LGBTQ Domestic Violence

A young boy gets ready to view the solar eclipse with his telescope on November 14, 2012 in Palm Cove, Australia.
Getty ImagesU.S.

'The Day Ahead' Asks: Are We Alone In The Universe?

Adam Rippon
Newsy / Andrew ShaferU.S.

Adam Rippon Made Coming Out Great Again

Mars Home Planet display during The Art of VR at Sotheby in 2017 in New York City.
Getty ImagesSci/Health

What Would It Be Like To Live On Mars?

A woman receives a flu shot.
Getty ImagesSci/Health

Daily Dose: How Do Experts Predict How Bad A Flu Season Will Be?

Iraqi children file up the stairs of a slide on a new playground July 2, 2004 in Baghdad, Iraq.
Getty ImagesU.S.

'The Day Ahead' Talks Gender And Children

A hemp plant in a field
Getty ImagesSci/Health

Daily Dose: What To Know About CBD

VideoblocksU.S.

The Bottom Line: What To Do If You've Been Defrauded By Your College

Getty ImagesU.S.

The Bottom Line: How To Spot The Hidden Costs Of Flying

VideoblocksTech

The Bottom Line: Is Any Data Safe Online?

OxyContin pills are poured from a bottle
Getty ImagesU.S.

Should Opioid Makers Be Treated Like Big Tobacco?

David Moran holding the banner for Gays Against Guns
Gays Against Guns OrlandoU.S.

Rainbow Flag Takes On Additional Meaning For Gays Against Guns

Sara Grossman standing in front of the Pulse nightclub memorial in Orlando, Florida.
Newsy / Andrew ShaferU.S.

Pulse Nightclub Is Now A Symbol Of Solidarity For A Healing Community