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.
On Wednesday, a long-running fight may end over the acquisition of some of the property owned by Tina and John Mallach along the new Bell Boulevard.
This is the second group of NASCAR drivers to take a spin around COTA this year. A group tested tires in early March.
So far this week State Farm says it has received about 3,000 storm damage claims. Most are from Central Texas counties.
Officials say that all Thursday appointments are being moved to Monday, April 19.
Both Hilda Ramirez and Alirio Gamez say they have won one-year stays of removal, gaining a long-awaited reprieve from the threat of deportation.
Two House bills, HB 1911 and HB 1927, are ready to be debated on the Texas House floor.
The possibility of a statewide ban comes as Austin leaders have been meeting at a summit to develop a new strategy to address the area's homeless struggles.
Some homebound seniors in Williamson County are getting their COVID-19 vaccinations thanks to some Texas National Guardsman.
Investigators and cyber experts say what’s happening in Texas is happening nationwide and may be part of a massive organized effort.
During a news conference to defend Senate Bill 7, Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick made no effort to hide his anger at his political critics.