Libbi Farrow joins FOX 7 Austin from Vermont, the Green Mountain state, where she was a morning anchor and an investigative reporter. During her time in Vermont, she created her own investigative franchise where she focused on cold cases and all things true crime in the northeast.
Libbi is originally from Indianapolis, Indiana, and attended the University of Alabama where she received her Bachelor’s in Journalism and Creative Media with a minor in Communications Studies.
During her time at the University of Alabama, she was a part-time student MMJ for WVUA 23 News right in Tuscaloosa, Alabama. While working at WVUA that's where Libbi truly found her passion for storytelling.
Libbi has also interned for large networks such as HGTV where she was a content creator for the show "Good Bones" in her home state of Indiana. She also interned for CNBC Los Angeles where she learned a lot about the tech and entertainment industry.
Here at FOX 7, she is the weekend morning anchor on Good Day Austin.
When she isn't working you can find Libbi exploring Austin with her pup Ella Scout!
Whose gingerbread house decorating skills reign supreme? You decide!
Sailor Jerry Ironsides BBQ Sauce is crafted with Sailor Jerry's Spiced Rum to “incorporate the bold character of the traditional Navy-style spirit."
Dads in Leander and Cedar Park are coming together to shoot some hoops and support Toys for Tots of Austin Sunday at The PAC.
The day after Thanksgiving is known as "Brown Friday", the day plumbing companies say they receive the highest number of calls, but there are things people can do to prevent costly repairs.
The Junior League of Austin's annual holiday market "A Christmas Affair" is open now through Sunday at Parmer Events Center.
Police are investigating the incident at an apartment complex in the 6000 block of Ed Bluestein Boulevard near Little Walnut Creek.
Good Day Austin's Libbi Farrow and Adaleigh Rowe visited Austin Pets Alive's thrift shop to have a little contest where the pair had to put together a Halloween costume using only items they found in the store.
The 40 Acres will be filled with fans and there will be plenty of fun and activities with free food, giveaways, and more.
Best of Austin: Restaurants will celebrate the city's best restaurants and favorite dishes as chosen by Austin Chronicle readers.
Opening night featured a world premiere screening of "Dark Winds" and a host of talent that will be participating in festival event's over the weekend.