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.
Travis County DA José Garza announced the return of three indictments against three law enforcement officers that came out of two separate incidents.
Part of the country charm in Llano County has led to difficulty in getting COVID-19 vaccine doses from the Texas Department of State Health Services.
It's the fifth time Austin police officers have contributed to the security at a Presidential Inauguration ceremony.
Restaurants were among the hardest-hit businesses in 2020 and many owners said they will need innovative ideas and financial help to survive.
The Austin Police Department is requesting any parent who had their child enrolled in Reggio Emilia Multilingual Preschool Academy from October 2016 – December 2020 to contact the police.
Providers in Hays County have received about 5,000 doses so far for their population of over 300,000. Still, Hays County Judge Ruben Becerra said not a single dose has been distributed to the health department.
Texas DSHS has distributed more than 52,000 doses of the COVID-19 vaccine to Travis County providers, including hospitals, medical practices, health clinics and pharmacies.
Teachers and staff members included in this round of COVID-19 vaccines were either over 65 or had high-risk conditions.
The Austin Fire Department said it was the homeowner's own firework that led to the flames, but the homeowner tells a different version of the story.
AISD students will be allowed to resume virtual and in-person learning on January 5.