Dave is a Houston native who has worked at TV stations in Corpus Christi, Kansas City, Amarillo and Grand Junction, Colorado. Now, Dave's ready to put down roots in Austin with his wife Mariah - another Texas Ex who he met when they were both students on the 40 Acres - and their two children.
Dave's very excited to be sharing his mornings with old and new friends here in town, so if you see him at some of his favorite Austin hangouts, or of course cheering on the Horns, be sure to come up and say hi!
Gyms are allowed to be open but many are still concerned about the spread of the coronavirus. FOX 7 Austin's Dave Froehlich takes a look at effects of the COVID-19 pandemic on one South Austin gym and what it's doing to provide a safe environment so everyone can get back to the business of working out.
Tierra is paring her mix with a drink from Garrison Brothers Distillery which is launching an immersive virtual distillery tour with a cocktail kit just in time for Father's Day.
The limited edition Redbud Paloma is being released June 19 and Independence incorporated grapefruit juice and zest to make the brew that was aged in sotol barrels from Desert Door.
The crash happened just before 2 a.m. at Mile Marker 271.
On April 17, Texas Governor Greg Abbott released his plan to get Texas businesses back open and Mayor Adler says it's not that different than what's already happening in the city of Austin.
Often times we turn to medicine for relief from allergies but food can offer some benefits as well.
Officials say TCSO has received several complaints about a large, unmarked black SUV that pulled people over yesterday morning.
Emily Madden with H-E-B Cooking Connection makes a recipe.
It was a rare sight on February 23, 2010 when snow fell across Central Texas and overall a lot of fun was had by kids and adults as many went sledding and built snowmen.
February 18 marks the 10th anniversary of a plane crash that happened in northwest Austin. 53-year-old pilot Joseph Stack took off from Georgetown Airport and intentionally flew into the Echelon Building which housed the IRS.