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.
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Hays CISD is proposing the change after releasing a statement earlier this month. If they vote to retire the rebel, they'll keep the name until a new mascot is decided at a later date.
Blackout Day 2020 is a movement being echoed across the nation, and Austin, Texas is no exception.
The district says the debate to change the Rebel mascot has been going on for more than 20 years.
The revelation comes from an open record request that shows fire investigators with the Austin Fire department determined the "cause of the fire has been updated to intentionally set (Arson). Multiple points of origin inside business."
Neighbors have been working for years to have the end of slavery honored in Pflugerville but the work is far from over.
One caregiver 18 years or older will be allowed to accompany those patients, provided they pass the health-screening criteria upon entering the facility and wear a mask while inside.
Since 2019 he’s been working for hours each day on the app called “Keep Austin Black”, a directory to help others support the African American community.
On Tuesday AFD said they’re still investigating. Right now Alexander says she’s working with her own insurance company, the landlord’s and her business neighbor’s, waiting for money to kick in.
They already have registered voluntary deputy registrars (VDRs) within the chapter, so last week they were handing out mail-in voter registration forms.
Mary Leiden’s sign reads “Are we still protesting this?”