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.
Joining FOX 7's Mike Warren to talk about House Bill 547 is Jeremy Newman with the Texas Home School Coalition.
Brian Ruddle with the Travis County GOP and Wesley Story with Progress Texas join Mike Warren to discuss how the Texas legislative session is going.
Travis County GOP chairman Matt Mackowiak and Ed Espinoza with Progress Texas discuss Gov. Abbott's vulnerability in 2022.
ACLU of Texas attorney Kate Huddleston joins Mike Warren to discuss a lawsuit filed against Ken Paxton over blocking accounts on Twitter.
Jonathan Saenz with Texas Values and Diana Gomez with Progress Texas discuss bills that would impose much stricter laws over abortions in Texas.
Stephanie Cerda with the United Way joins FOX 7 Austin to talk about efforts to increase COVID-19 vaccine confidence.
Travis County GOP Communications Director Andy Hogue and Jamarr Brown, a Democratic National Committee member, talk about if Trump should be allowed back on Facebook.
Travis County GOP Chairman and Save Austin Now co-founder Matt Mackowiak and Ed Espinoza from Progress Texas talk about the camping ban that goes back into effect on May 11.
Dr. Lloyd Potter, director of the Texas Demographic Center at UTSA, joins Mike Warren to talk about the effect of the 2020 census on redistricting.
Travis County GOP Executive Director Brian Ruddle and Blake Rocap from Avow Texas talk about several anti-abortion bills that passed the Texas Senate.