Destiny Chance is a weekend anchor and reporter for FOX 7 Austin.
She joined the team February 2018.
Before moving to Texas, Destiny was a morning anchor at the FOX affiliate in Augusta, Georgia. She was voted "Best Female News Anchor" by the readers of Augusta Magazine in 2017.
Before moving to Georgia, Destiny launched the morning traffic segment called "Traffic WACH", anchored and reported in the capital city of South Carolina at the FOX affiliate there. She won an RTDNAC award for "best light feature" in 2015, and has covered some of the biggest stories in the state including Emmanuel 9 in Charleston, the removal of the Confederate Flag, and SC’s historic flooding in 2015.
Destiny loves spending time with her husband and Cockapoo Ivy Belle in Austin.
Connect with her on social media, and don't hesitate to reach out if you have a good story idea!
There are now patrols within two blocks of any state building in Austin, including the Texas State Capitol complex and the University of Texas campus.
With a big race coming up in Austin, a local coach says her athletes are suffering from cedar fever.
In 2000, Luz Garza moved to the Las Lomitas development excited to get a fresh start in a new home, but she didn't think twice about how her family would get their water.
ARC says measles, a highly contagious virus that spreads from coughing or sneezing, is the first vaccine-preventable illness that has come to the forefront and now questions are pouring in from adults about vaccines.
Instead of spending Christmas underneath a bridge inside a tent, a homeless mother and son are indoors, surrounding a Christmas tree, stockings and plenty of love, thanks to donations from the community.
Austin Regional Clinic released its flu numbers this week. And last week alone they've had almost one thousand positive flu tests. It's one of the busiest weeks they've seen this flu season and they expect it to get worse.
An Austin man's quest to deliver leftover breakfast tacos to a homeless camp became the start of something much more and now, a homeless mother and son have a roof over their heads for the holidays.
The Austin City Council approved a resolution more than a year ago to change the street's name which said it was to correct a misspelling of the name of the man whom the street is named for, Jose Antonio Menchaca.
A report released by the CDC Tuesday estimates there have been 1.7 million flu-related illnesses in the past two months. The Austin Travis County Health Authority also released new numbers and they say flu activity in the county and state are substantially higher than the rest of the country.
One Southeast Austin neighborhood was hit several times last night- and it's all caught on camera.