Jennifer Kendall joined FOX 7 in May 2014 as the station's first multimedia journalist.
Born and raised in New Jersey, Jennifer moved across the country to study journalism and mass communication at Arizona State University. Years later she returned to school and earned her masters degree in broadcast journalism from the University of Southern California.
Jennifer's career in television news started on the assignment desk at FOX News Channel's Los Angeles bureau. While there, Jennifer gathered information for correspondents and the network. She also interviewed several celebrities at red carpet events for the entertainment department.
Jennifer loves spending time in Austin getting to know the people that make it such a spectacular city. Exploring new cities, states and even countries is one of her favorite activities. When Jennifer is not working she can usually be found hiking and spending time with her Labrador retriever.
The last time the Austin City Council tried to clarify the changes was in a September meeting. Discussions fell apart, and nothing was decided on. On Thursday, Council started with several different viewpoints of what should be done.
The suspect descriptions in four recent bank robberies have a striking similarity. Police said they are investigating whether there is a serial bank robber or multiple bandits.
City Council said there is no data that shows violent crime increased following ordinance changes made in June, but the victims of a violent attack on the Congress Avenue bridge think otherwise.
It wasn't a warm welcome for the four women who are originally from Los Angeles.
Ready for a repeat victory, Longhorn fans are gearing up for rivalry weekend. Customers kept the University Co-op busy Friday, before heading north to Cotton Bowl Stadium to see the horns take on the Oklahoma Sooners.
In 2018, the hotline answered more than 370,000 calls, texts, and chats, but another 200,000 went unanswered. Each one of them, a person potentially in crisis with nowhere else to turn.
After nine years on Burnet Road, Noble Sandwich Co. has gone dark.
Austin business owners said dealing with repeat offenders is par for the course right now, especially since City Council made changes to camp, sit and lie ordinances.
For the first time in seven years AISD has seen an increase in student enrollment
While city council said they loosened camping restrictions to decriminalize homelessness, others, like U.S. Representative Chip Roy (R-Austin), say leaving homeless people in tents on the sidewalk puts them in greater danger.