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.
Gyms, shopping centers, even a P. Terry’s dining room in Westlake, will be transformed into polling locations on November 3.
Hundreds of feet above the ground, electrical wires of two construction cranes twisted and tangled at a work site in East Austin.
Greek life at UT was warned, if they do throw parties of more than ten people, they could face criminal charges.
The Travis County Clerk's Office says more than 62-thousand people have requested to vote-by-mail.
On Thursday, friends and family said their goodbyes to Mazie and Mike Hess, an Ellinger couple who died from their injuries after their home exploded.
The Save Our Stages Act could be the answer club owners are hoping for. It would provide a grant program to help them afford utilities, rent, maintenance, even personal protection equipment.
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An Austin convenience store manager says he is sometimes scared to work.
This is the governor's most recent plan to fight back against Austin City Council's decision to cut millions from the police budget.
Students said it's a lack of communication that has them concerned and that's why they are petitioning the university for more transparency about COVID-19 outbreaks on campus.