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.
This week, FOX 7's Rudy Koski and his panel of experts are focusing on a few things that may have flown under the radar in Texas.
ERCOT and the Public Utility Commission did not rule out a conservation alert at some point this summer, but made it clear it's not a panic button.
For local health officials, the increase in cases linked to the highly contagious Delta variant is expected to mean an increase in COVID-19 protocols.
City officials claim the campsites they've identified meet search criteria and will not be permanent, but community residents are pushing back.
Texas Democrats continue to hold political gatherings in Washington D.C. even after five of their fellow lawmakers tested positive for COVID-19.
Austin nonprofit Foundation Communities' focus won’t be on the 80% of people receiving payments electronically, but on who may be out of the loop.
In one 24-hour period this week, the daily number of active cases locally jumped, a reflection of a statewide trend linked to the Delta variant.
Texas Dems intend to stay out of Austin to kill the state's voting reform bill and discuss passing federal legislation to protect voters.
Senate committee hears testimonies on SB 2 and 32, which would require students to participate in sports aligned with the sex they were assigned at birth.
With some controversial bills on the Governor's call for the special session, the possibility of another Democrat walkout is not ruled out if legislatures can't find a compromise.