Rudy Koski has been with FOX 7 Austin since 2008.
A graduate of the University of Mississippi, Rudy began his career on the radio at WWEE-AM where he hosted a two-hour cooking show. The Germantown, TN, native worked at various stations around the Southeast; WAPT in Jackson, MS, WCOV in Montgomery, AL, WHNT and WAFF, both in Huntsville AL, and WMC in Memphis, TN.
Prior to joining FOX 7, Rudy was a reporter with KVUE.
For his hard work and dedication, Rudy has been recognized with two RTNDA Edward R Murrow Awards and two AP Awards, one for Best Investigation and the other for Best Spot News.
In a social media post, the Sheriff stated a student confessed to sending out a fight challenge message and that individual may be charged with inciting a riot.
The training seminar held in San Marcos provided a rare look inside the pressure cooker caused by a standoff.
The dumping is taking place in two different jurisdictions which apparently has hampered a coordinated response.
After 30 years, three months and 21 days, "Corona Girl" has been finally identified as 17-year-old Sue Ann Huskey of Sulphur Springs.
Gov. Abbott has presented the Governor's Medal of Courage award to West Freeway Church of Christ hero Jack Wilson.
Starting Monday, troopers will patrol two block areas around all state-owned property. Not just downtown but apparently throughout Austin.
The Austin Zoo is looking at ways to be a part of the recovery effort with the Australian wildfires.
A recent review, according to Gov. Greg Abbott, indicates state computers have been targeted for retaliation.
What exactly happened leading up to Broussard’s disappearance is still not known at this time. An affidavit released by Travis County District Court is shedding more light though on her disappearance and the multiple agencies that worked together to find her.
Austin police officers responded to a suspicious persons call at Bennu Coffee on South Congress on Jan. 3 where they found two patrons actively trying to detain a white man in his mid-20s