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.
Early voting is now underway for the Texas primary races, including the contentious Travis County District Attorney race.
A new UT Texas Politics Project poll indicates voters are digging in on several key issues this election season.
FOX 7 Austin’s Chief Political Reporter Rudy Koski, and our panel of analysts, took a look at the top stories happening in Texas, and other hot topics, this week.
A new exhibit on the history of American music is set to make its national debut this weekend at the LBJ Presidential Library.
The owners of a new power company said they are going to build a new natural gas power plant near Rockdale.
The City of Leander says its primary source of potable water will be shut down while a pipeline is being replaced.
Gov. Abbott continues to double down against orders from the Biden administration on the border. FOX 7's Rudy Koski chats with Republican State Rep. Ellen Troxclair about the governor's plan and the escalating standoff.
The border crisis may have been the big headline this week, but Paxton's marijuana law fights, disgraced former state lawmakers and more were still on our minds. FOX 7's Rudy Koski discusses with our political panel.
Gov. Greg Abbott made an announcement regarding Operation Lone Star from the southern border on Thursday.
The parents of a man who was stabbed near UT Austin following a pro-Palestine rally are calling for the case to be classified and prosecuted as a hate crime.