Jane is no stranger to early mornings and loves to wake up “dark and early” to share news and traffic with viewers during Good Day Austin. Her hometown is Cleveland, Ohio and she holds a Bachelor of Science in Journalism from the E.W. Scripps School of Journalism at Ohio University.
Jane’s news career kicked off in Lima, Ohio where she started as the weekend reporter and then became the weekday morning anchor at WLIO-TV. It was then time to head to the Lone Star State as she accepted a morning anchor position at KCEN-TV in Waco. Jane fell in love with the sheer kindness of Texans, and the variety of outdoor activities available.
Austin holds a special place in her heart, and she is thrilled to live in Texas’ capital city.
In her free time, Jane enjoys hiking, camping, good food and a vibrant music scene. Austin presents the perfect landscape for these pastimes. If you see Jane out and about around town, she encourages you to say hi! She loves getting involved within her local community. If you have an interesting story idea, feel free to reach out.
Cecily Aguilar faces one count of conspiracy to tamper with evidence.
Officials with APH have been working to increase testing in Travis County.
The food pantry was the first major ministry for the church and it typically helps about 200 families per week.
Travis County hit a record number of hospitalizations yesterday and officials will be answering questions from local media on the COVID-19 response.
Friends and family are gathering to celebrate the lives of Southeast Caldwell County volunteer firefighter Klayton Manning and his cousin Landin Robinson.
Austin Parks and Recreation will begin the free camps on July 6. The Stay Playful camps will run Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. until 5 p.m.
The march is bringing together a coalition of teachers, administrators, students, and families from around Central Texas.
The protests are being called "Wakey Wakey" and it's being called part one of a disruption series in Austin.
Austin City Council and the Capital Metro board are voting on the final Project Connect transit plan.
It's been nearly three months since the iconic Austin attraction has been open to the public and with summer in full swing many are hoping to be able to get some relief from the heat.