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.
A crowd of parents was at the capitol Thursday, demanding the State Board of Education moves forward with an overhaul of the sex ed curriculum.
Amid controversy from protesters and supporters of "Drag Queen Story Hour," the Leander Public Library is temporarily holding off on letting any organizations rent their facility.
Austin police arrested a man in Manor who fired several shots at another car Wednesday morning in North Austin.
Austin police say the suspect in an "onsite incident" who they've been looking for has been taken into custody without incident as of 12:47 p.m.
The department held a pinning ceremony to welcome Interim Chief Jessica Robledo.
A Pflugerville fire commissioner and former council candidate is pushing the city council to change the name of an area on the official map. It has been called “colored addition” since 1910.
Adeline Bui is running for Pflugerville City Council. But some citizens claim she isn't a Pflugerville resident.
Local police departments in the area including Austin, observed National Night Out.
The Dallas shooting of five police officers was a wake-up call for police departments across the country, that includes the smaller Pflugerville Police Department.
In the wake of the violence in Charlottesville, Virginia: Pflugerville residents gathered Monday night to talk "race relations."