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.
The new $16 million bypass will be built between two power lines. The utility right of ways could help minimize development, allowing traffic to move without pausing for vehicles turning into new shopping & business centers.
A design for a new Butler Trail bridge at Longhorn Dam has been proposed, and if approved, could take five years to complete.
A man who witnessed Friday's murder-suicide in East Austin allegedly picked up the murder weapon and left the scene before police arrived.
Detectives confirmed that a man who shot and killed his wife before turning the gun on himself had a previous criminal history for abuse.
A break in a water utility line has temporarily closed two schools in the Austin area.
The goal for Affordable Central Texas is to create 10,000 rental units for 15,000 people in 10 years.
The State Senate Health and Human Services Committee met for the first time Tuesday after lung illnesses and injuries have started to emerge.
More than 100,000 gallons of wastewater spilled in a sewer line break in a small ravine running through Great Hills Park Sunday morning.
I-35 runs from Minnesota to Laredo, but it’s the Texas section where most of the deadly wrecks on the interstate occur.
Texas Senator John Cornyn helped fill up a few bags and wagons at the Central Texas Food Bank's Mobile Pantry in North Austin and discussed what’s being served up in Congress regarding the attempt to impeach President Trump.