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!
A local organization is working to divert food that would typically go to a landfill or compost, instead sending it to pantries for those in need.
Meme Styles says last year she got a call from her 12-year-old son's school saying he could possibly face assault charges for an incident, but soon found out it was an accident.
Pflugerville police are investigating a fatal accident on Southbound SH 130, just north of Pecan Street. The roadway is closed for at least the next six to eight hours, which is causing some trouble for drivers.
Austin police have arrested a man accused of assaulting a woman on a trail while wearing only a T-shirt in South Austin last week.
Drew Martin with UT Athletics says they've developed a new system where students can come in.
The Austin Police Department is investigating a shooting that took place on Sixth Street after the bars closed Sunday morning.
Dozens of residents at North Lamar Mobile Home Park are extremely frustrated - after voicing multiple calls to their landlord.
Talking for years is now in plain text until a special public meeting September 18th. This week, the Austin City Council released two documents relating to camping in public areas.
A community forum on the proposed location of a South Austin homeless shelter was held Tuesday night.
Austin Police say they've responded to multiple "terroristic threats" during the past six months.