This California girl is no stranger to the Lone Star State.
Tania Ortega has been making her mark here in Austin since February 2013.
Tania was born in San Diego but grew up in Tijuana, Mexico. Growing up in a border town gave her some life experiences that molded her into the reporter she is today and gives her a unique perspective on many issues facing Texas. Tania previously worked in Waco at the Telemundo and NBC stations. Among the major stories she covered were the Nasar Abdo trial and the Fort Hood Shooting aftermath. She also reported extensively on the Hispanic community.
In her free time Tania enjoys hiking, watching movies and cooking.
You can see Tania every weekend on FOX 7's Good Day Austin.
Tomorrow is the FIFA Women's World Cup final, where team USA will defend their title against the Netherlands. Joining us in the FOX 7 Studio to talk more about it is Danny Woodfill, the general manager for the FC Austin Elite.
Gunner has a huge, adorable smile that you could easy run into the sunset with!!! He loves to cuddle, and just wants to lean against you and stare into your eyes. This guy is so sweet, charming, and cuddly.
Perry's Steakhouse has been a Texas staple for 26 years, and they recently opened up a new location at the Domain Northside.
The US Women's National Team played the Netherlands Sunday morning, so to get in the spirit, Tania Ortega and Steven Sarabia got a lesson in bubble soccer from the ATX Bubble Boss, Cory Elliott.
The average US wedding will cost some $34,000, and even then, research shows many couples go over their budget.
Planning a vacation can be a difficult task for many, especially if you are wanting to go overseas.
The Formula Sun Grand Prix (FSGP) is an annual solar-car race that takes place on closed-loop race tracks.
John Drake, director of operations for Greater Austin, talks with Tania Ortega and Chelsea Andrews about First Watch.
It is Hispanic Heritage Month and Monday marks 209 years since Mexico claimed its independence.
This school year marks the 24th season that Marathon Kids has partnered up with Austin ISD, showing kids they can achieve more than they thought possible.