Mike Warren joined FOX 7 Austin in 2004 as an anchor and reporter.
His broadcasting career began in college radio at Creighton University in Omaha, NE, where he graduated with a BA in English Literature. But broadcasting had to wait several years after college while he lived in Europe for a year and worked in financial sales in San Francisco. He got back into broadcasting as a reporter at KRNV in Reno, NV and then at KMST in Monterey, CA. His first anchor job was mornings at KTUL in Tulsa, OK and from there he moved to Phoenix, AZ where he reported and anchored at KTVK.
Being from a family with a long military tradition, one of his primary callings is a commitment to the United States Military and Veterans. Mike spearheads the FOX 7 Care Force, which is the station's effort to assist veterans and active duty military in their transitions back to civilian life. In 2013, he received the media award from the Texas Veterans Commission in recognition of his ongoing effort to help Texas veterans.
Travis County GOP chairman Matt Mackowiak and Glenn Smith with Progress Texas join Mike Warren to discuss Texas Senator John Cornyn's fundraising and 2020 re-election chances.
Abhi Rahman with Texas Democrats and Travis County GOP communications director Andy Hogue join Mike Warren to discuss whether or not the Democratic Party is obsessed with impeaching President Donald Trump.
Criminal defense attorney George Lobb joins Mike Warren and Rebecca Thomas to discuss the murder trial of Amber Guyger, the former Dallas police officer charged with killing her neighbor after walking into the wrong apartment.
Tara Pohlmeyer from Progress Texas and Travis County GOP chairman Matt Mackowiak join Mike Warren to discuss a new CBS poll showing that 55 percent of Americans saying they think Congress opening an impeachment inquiry into President Trump is necessary.
Abhi Rahman with Texas Democrats and Travis County GOP Chairman Matt Mackowiak join Rebecca Thomas and Mike Warren to discuss House Speaker Nancy Pelosi's announcement of an official impeachment inquiry.
Tara Pohlmeyer from Progress Texas and Travis County GOP executive director Brian Ruddle join Mike Warren to discuss recent polls in the race for the 2020 Democratic presidential nomination.
With a team of service minded veterans and civilians, they merge the strengths and wisdom of both worlds for maximum impact.
Travis County GOP executive director Brian Ruddle and Glenn Smith from Progress Texas join Mike Warren to discuss the controversial changes the Austin city council made to homeless camping ordinances in June.
Democrats don’t seem ready to move past arguing about Joe Biden’s lengthy political record, particularly on civil rights, after the first round of presidential debates showed the fragile nature of being perceived as an early front-runner in the 2020 race.
President Donald Trump lost a major Twitter fight Tuesday when a federal appeals court said that his daily musings and pronouncements were overwhelmingly official in nature and that he violated the First Amendment whenever he blocked a critic to silence a viewpoint.