Bridget Spencer joined FOX 7 Austin in March 2015.
Before moving to Austin, Bridget was a reporter, producer and fill-in anchor at WTVY in Dothan, Alabama. She hails from the south, having been born and raised in Marietta, Georgia and is a proud graduate of the University of Arkansas, where she received a Bachelor of Arts in Journalism and Advertising/Public Relations.
Bridget has covered all kinds of stories, and when asked, can never decide which is her favorite. When she's not working, Bridget enjoys exploring Austin's beautiful outdoors scene and shopping.
Health officials say the community's efforts look to be paying off, but now it's an effort to keep this trend going.
Austinites did not let the pandemic stop them from honoring the civil right's leader.
36-year-old Roberto Reyna was shot and killed in the early morning hours of July 19, 2013 on Gonzales Street. His killer has roamed free ever since.
Khairullah Danish had a wife and seven children who were rocked on the morning of Jan. 9 with tragic news: their dad was killed in a car crash.
At least 8,000 of the people who signed up will not be able to receive the vaccine as APH has only received 12,000 doses.
Patients entering the alternate care site will be transferred from hospitals, it is not a walk-up site.
The Texas Department of State Health Services released a list of 28 providers or vaccine hubs on its website.
The state of Texas says that starting Sunday, getting a COVID-19 vaccine will be a lot easier.
This comes as there is not only a surge to face but a new variant of the coronavirus called B117, which has made its way to Harris County.
Austin Public Health said the state allocates a certain amount for each county. So APH has only received around 1,300 doses...much under the amount they had hoped for.