Tierra joined FOX 7 Austin in December 2018 as Good Day Austin's feature reporter. She's excited to highlight the fun people, places and events that make Austin such a unique city.
Tierra is no stranger to Austin as she studied at The University of Texas, where she received a degree in journalism. She recently married her high school sweetheart and is thrilled to be back in Austin! Tierra loves shining a positive light on the community.
In her free time, she enjoys traveling and being active and outdoors with her husband, family and friends. When she's not creating a new recipe in her own kitchen, she loves trying new cuisine and restaurants throughout Austin's vibrant food scene. If you have an interesting story idea, Tierra encourages you to reach out and let her know!
Austin Water has announced that it has lifted the boil water notice for all customers but says a few isolated pockets of customers are still without water.
The historic winter storm forced many Austin area grocery stores to close their doors on Monday to keep employees and customers safe but today many are reopening.
When the weather is nice outside, which it usually is in Central Texas, there's nothing better than a picnic.
Sonya Cote, one of Austin's most acclaimed culinary talents, is now serving up amazing food in Bastrop.
It was a very messy Monday morning on the roads as wintry weather over the weekend caused slick and icy road conditions which led to a number of crashes across the area.
Many of us will be celebrating forgoing the large parties we'd normally go to during the holidays but that doesn't mean you still can't have fun and be festive.
We won't be celebrating the holidays like we've done in the past but most annual holiday events are still going on in Central Texas with adjustments made to keep people safe during the pandemic.
A person has died in an auto-pedestrian crash on East Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard near Springdale and Airport Boulevard.
Officials say with the unprecedented challenges many organizations are facing, this year Giving Tuesday is more important than ever.
We Are Blood says it is facing a shortage due to the coronavirus pandemic and it is once again asking for donations. Those who donate will also receive COVID-19 antibody testing.