AUSTIN, Texas (FOX 7 Austin) - On November 18, 1999 the Aggie Bonfire, an annual tradition that got Texas A&M ready to take on rival University of Texas, collapsed during construction killing 12 people and injuring 27. Documentary filmmaker Charlie Minn and John Comstock, the last survivor pulled out of the bonfire, talk about the film and what happened.
Jungalbook at the ZACH Theatre
Adventure awaits at the ZACH Theatre.
Performances of "Jungalbook," based on the "Mowgli Stories" are now underway until November.
To learn more and get tickets, visit their website .Read the full article
El Paso chefs benefit dinner
Nine chefs from all across the country are coming together in El Paso for a very special dinner.
All the chefs involved have lived in El Paso and were planning the dinner before the mass shooting that killed 22 and injured 24 in early August.
The dinner will benefit Annunciation House, a house that provides hospitality to migrants, the homeless and others on the border.Read the full article
Pet of the Weekend: Wally
Meet our pet of the weekend, Wally!
The Austin Animal Center is waiving adoption fees all weekend long as Austin celebrates its 8th year as a No Kill city. Adoption fees are waived on all dogs, cats, puppies, kittens, rabbits and guinea pigs.
To learn more, visit their website .Read the full article