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.
Senate Bill 4 prevents doctors from giving abortion-inducing medication to women more than seven weeks pregnant and bans mail-order abortion drugs.
Neighbors, flags and yellow ribbons lined the road as a symbol of gratitude for the sacrifices made by Lt. Col. George Hurd.
All of the weapons were being used or carried illegally at the time they were taken, says Austin police.
City health officials say the final decision on the Austin City Limits Music Festival will depend on hospital admissions and COVID-19 case numbers.
Both public safety associations said current staff are burnt out from working mandatory overtime to make up for the loss in personnel.
While the shelters have closed, the American Red Cross is still in the Texas Gulf Coast helping with recovery efforts after Hurricane Nicholas.
The funds are in addition to Austin City Council’s allocation of $100 million of American Recovery Plan Act money for supportive housing.
Gov. Greg Abbott included 17 counties in the emergency declaration and said more could be added depending on flooding and damage caused by the storm.
The group will start collecting signatures in January to petition for the proposition to be added to next November’s ballot.
The university’s tradition to display a giant Come and Take It flag and fire a cannon during the fourth quarter was meant to inspire fans and challenge opponents.