In this FOX 7 Focus, Clare Losey with the Austin Board of Realtors joins FOX 7 Austin's John Krinjak to discuss a new report showing how bad Austin's housing affordability crisis is.
Russian security forces raided gay clubs and bars across Moscow Friday night, less than 48 hours after the country’s top court banned what it called the “global LGBTQ+ movement” as an extremist organization.
There are six minority head coaches, including three who are Black.
On White Cane Day, students at the Texas School for the Blind and Visually Impaired and community members celebrate the independence it allows.
After serving more than a month of in-school suspension over his dreadlocks, a Black student in Texas was told he will be removed from his high school and sent to a disciplinary alternative education program on Thursday.
Hughes Van Ellis was the youngest known survivor of the Tulsa Race Massacre. He was just 6 months old when he and his family escaped what is widely considered one of the most stark examples of racial violence in American history.
Pope Francis has opened a big meeting on the future of the Catholic Church.
A federal agency has sued the restaurant chain Chipotle, accusing it of religious harassment and retaliation after a manager at a Kansas location forcibly removed an employee's hijab, a headscarf worn by some Muslim women.
A federal judge has issued a permanent injunction against Senate Bill 12, blocking the legislation from becoming law.
A Native American group filed a lawsuit against the Washington Commanders in federal court this morning that upends a long-standing cancel-culture narrative about racism in sports.
The new stained glass windows at the Washington National Cathedral fill the space that once held four windows honoring Confederate Gens. Robert E. Lee and Stonewall Jackson.
Council member Jose Velasquez presented a Hispanic Heritage Month proclamation surrounded by other council members, and members of the Hispanic community.
UT Austin says it will discipline any University-associated people found to have vandalized university or City of Austin property.
On the 50th anniversary of Billie Jean King's match against Bobby Riggs — still the most-watched in tennis history — King moves toward becoming the first female individual athlete to be awarded the Congressional Gold Medal.
Council woman Vanessa Fuentes spends most of her time at city hall working to enact lasting change and be a voice for her community. It is a job she says she takes seriously every day especially during Hispanic Heritage Month.
Wenner, who also co-founded the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, created a firestorm doing publicity for his new book, "The Masters,"
A Chambers County family says their son is being discriminated against because of his hair, breaking a new state law, the CROWN Act, that went into effect six days ago.
The CROWN Act, which prohibits discrimination based on hair texture or protective hairstyle associated with race, went into effect on Friday. Businesses in Hutto celebrated the new law with the first CROWN Act Festival.
Thousands converged on the National Mall on Saturday for the 60th anniversary of Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.'s March on Washington.
A Texas district judge granted an injunction against Texas' transgender youth health care ban, blocking the ban from going into effect Sept. 1. The Office of the Attorney General has filed an appeal.