Senior Vice President of Integrated Marketing and Communications Jenny Robertson talks about the upcoming shipping season and what the company is doing to make things go smoothly.
Despite holding meetings and gatherings virtually for some time now, there is still some hesitation and confusion on what works best or what doesn't. Etiquette expert Diane Gottsman helps sort it all out.
Jane Ko is the Austin blogger behind the very popular “A Taste of Koko” Instagram account. She has opened a pop-up on Airport Blvd. called “A Taste of Koko.”
Leander is a growing place. This week the City announced a $1 billion project called “Leander Springs” featuring retail, restaurants and a giant blue lagoon. Mayor Troy Hill joined Good Day Austin’s Casey Claiborne Sunday morning to talk about the growth and the growing pains.
When Stephen Belyeu was a kid, growing up in a small South Texas town, “something” visited him in his room one night…it scared him badly but also inspired him. Now, Belyeu is creator, editor and host of the award-winning paranormal series “The Night Owl Podcast.” The Night Owl is starting an audio tour at the haunted “Pioneer Farms.” Belyeu joined Good Day Austin’s Casey Claiborne this week to talk about it.
“It’s Me Again, Hank The Cowdog.” Familiar words from the classic “Hank The Cowdog” books. Good Day Austin’s Casey Claiborne, a fan since childhood, spoke with author John R. Erickson about the history and inspiration behind the books as well as the brand new star-studded “Hank The Cowdog” podcast featuring Matthew McConaughey as the voice of “Hank.”
The pandemic has been rough on retail. Especially local retail. On Saturday, the 2nd Street District is having a “sidewalk sale” so folks can get a jump on holiday shopping and do it locally.
This weekend’s “Pet of the Weekend” is the sweet 14-year-old “Lilly” from Texas Humane Heroes in Leander.
The film is on digital and on demand platforms and the film's director Edward James Olmos talks more about it and the character he portrays.
Musicians and music fans are back together again. Executive Director of Black Fret Matt Ott talks more about the importance of getting the music economy going.
The Grammy Award-winning guitarist and husband to Selena Quintanilla-Perez talks about his new business venture, Perez Pepper Sauce.
Lauren performs a song with a special guest in today's Quarantine Session.
Social workers in Texas are criticizing a decision from the state board. Alana Rocha talks about the decision and more.
Now that the CDC has classified trick-or-treating as a high-risk activity during the pandemic, many families are looking to celebrate in a different and safe way. Alison Bogle offers up some ideas.
The socially distanced shows will be outdoors in an effort to keep everyone safe. FOX 7 Austin's Tierra Neubaum has all the details.
Those of us who are sports fans are living in some pretty cool times technology wise and Brad Cheney, VP of Field Operations and Engineering with FOX Sports, talks about how the coverage happens.
13 works of art are missing and it's up to you and others to find the mastermind behind the art caper. Art Heist producer Justin Sudds has more on how you can put your detective skills to work.
The band performs its song "Walking on a Wire".
The festival is still offering up a full schedule of films and panels. Senior Film Program Director Casey Baron has more on what people can expect.
Dr. Jonathan Graff-Radford with the Mayo Clinic talks more about Alzheimer's which is affecting more and more people as the population ages.