Dennis de la Peña has been anchoring and reporting for FOX 7 Austin since 1999.
His training began while at UT with a job at KTSB Radio and an extended internship at KXAN-TV. His first media gig that actually came with a paycheck was at KAMR-TV in Amarillo as the weekend sports anchor in 1994, then later as the sports director.
Dennis was active with the Children's Miracle Network and Meals on Wheels in Amarillo, helped build homes for the poverty stricken, and received a "Difference Maker" award for community service in the Panhandle area. He has stayed active in Austin by speaking at schools and college career fairs, while emceeing awards banquets and different sporting events around town.
He also joins 101X hosts Jason and Deb Fridays on The Morning X to discuss the week's big sports stories.
When not on air, "DdlP" spends his time with his wife Sally and their two incredible kids, DJ and Noelle.Cubs!
Longhorns head football coach Steve Sarkisian says he doesn't want his players trying to rise to the emotion of the stadium in Fayetteville and is hoping for a more even-keeled approach.
FOX 7's Dennis de la Pena travels to two-time defending state champs Westlake who are preparing for their final season with head coach Todd Dodge.
25-year-old Argentinian Sebastian Driussi was introduced at a news conference by Austin's Major League Soccer club's Sporting Director Claudio Reyna.
Gilbert is heading into Dallas Cowboys training camp as Dak Prescott's primary backup.
Adrian Alaniz was on the Sinton High School team back when it won its last state title in 2002 and he's hoping to win another title as head coach.
The Tigers are squaring off against Rouse in an all Austin-area regional final and it's the first time Dripping Springs has made it to the fifth round in more than two decades.
UT rowing head coach Dave O'Neill says it's great to see all the hard work pay off after the team finished in the nation's top five the previous three years.
Coody is now a three-time All-American and joins an elite group of Longhorn golf royalty like Ben Crenshaw, Tom Kite, and Justin Leonard.
The Express opened its AAA season with a nice mix of rehabbing veterans, like Khris Davis, and young prospects against the Oklahoma City Dodgers.
Jake is the younger brother of former Longhorns quarterback Sam Ehlinger.