2015 was a big year for FOX 7. We launched a new app and a new website.
Here are the 7 most clicked stories on the all new FOX 7 Austin.com for 2015.
Another Austin arrest caught on camera. This one happened Friday afternoon. Police were called to an apartment complex, where three people were arrested: the person shooting the video, the person in the video, and his younger brother.
The person in the video, Louis Aguilar, was charged with resisting arrest and assaulting a police officer. He says he fought back before being hauled away because an Austin Police Officer pushed his mother down.
2. University of Texas student, friend leave popular Austin cafe amid anti-Muslim backlash from other customers
Leilah and Sirat started their Sunday morning just as most Americans do: a Sunday morning breakfast at a local cafe. The pair headed to Austin's well-known Kerbey Lane Cafe on Guadalupe Street.
While waiting to be seated, they experienced what they describe as Islamophobia— a much too common experience for many American Muslims today.
FOX 7's Ashley Paredez sits down with Michael Cargill, owner of Texas Gun Works, to discuss open carry. Cargill discusses what changes are upcoming and how the new changes will be implemented.
An Ohio restaurant server had some strong words for a newlywed who refused to leave a tip after having a meal with her husband.
Jessica Morris and her husband, Travis, just got married on October 9. After their honeymoon, they continued working as servers at a restaurant.
When wedding photos go viral it's usually because of an epic romantic gesture or some embarrassing accident. However, in the case of Ohio newlyweds Jeremy and Brittany Peck, the pair’s wedding has attracted attention due to something her father did.
Todd Bachman stopping his march down the aisle with Brittany to grab the hand of her stepfather, Todd Cendrosky, so they could both experience the procession and the moment of giving Brittany away.
A California father received the surprise of his life Wednesday, and his sweet reaction has gone viral.
Twitter user sailormoonprincess. posted a video on Twitter showing her father open an envelope that contained surprise tickets to Saturday’s U.S.-Mexico soccer game at the Rose Bowl. This is his first set of tickets, wrote his daughter.
Haeli Noelle Wey, 28, was charged with two counts of improper relationship between an educator and a student. Both charges are second-degree felonies.
Travis County Sheriff's Detectives arrested a former Westlake High School teacher on Friday following two alleged "inappropriate relationships" with students at the school.