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.
The state brought forward more witnesses close to Stacey, however it was the testimony technically "off the record" that got all the attention today.
As Rodney Reed's appeal hearing draws to a close, the state works to change the negative character image of Jimmy Fennell after last week's testimony.
Now on the 7th day of Reed's appeal hearing, the state calls two forensic pathologists to the stand to share their opinions on Stacey Stites's death.
Day six of the Rodney Reed appeal hearing was an attempt by the state to discredit the defense's witnesses.
The State started to make its case Friday by bringing in several law enforcement officials who either worked with Jimmy Fennell or were involved in the investigation.
On day 4 of Rodney Reed's appeal hearing, the state and defense both took time to question Stites' fiancé, Jimmy Fennell.
On day 3 of the hearing, Reed's attorneys brought in multiple witnesses that commented on the relationship between Stacey Stites and Jimmy Fennell.
The defense called on four more witnesses to speak on Rodney Reed's and Stacy Stites' relationship and her fiancé Jimmy Fennell's character.
On day one of Rodney Reed's appeal hearing, the defense brings in Dr. Andrew Baker, independent forensic pathologist, as their first witness.
Manor is competing with Taylor to be the possible new home of a 'Samsung' semiconductor facility that would bring 1,800 jobs to the area.