Dr. Karl Koenig is an orthopedic surgeon and Medical Director of the Musculoskeletal Institute at UT Health Austin. He joined Good Day Austin’s Casey Claiborne and Chelsea Andrews this weekend to talk about how to keep your joints safe during a workout.
Executive Chef of Revelry on the Boulevard, Dominque Labeaud joined Good Day Austin’s Casey Claiborne and Chelsea Andrews Sunday morning to talk about their Sunday brunch.
Chef Ana Kimos teaches cooking classes. She has several a month at Hops & Grain Brewery in east Austin. On Good Day Austin, she shows Casey Claiborne how to make a “California roll.”
Revival Cycles is a world-class custom motorcycle shop in Austin. CEO Alan Stulburg spoke with Good Day Austin’s Casey Claiborne this week about what they do at the shop.
Summer Huggins with the Austin Animal Center brought “Casey” to Good Day Austin on Saturday. Casey actually just got adopted but she has plenty of friends who could use your love.
Dry January is not over yet! That means if you’re hoping to get a “cocktail fix” minus the alcohol, “Apartment Bartender” Elliott Clark has come up with some expertly-crafted “zero-proof” drinks for Hilton hotels across the country. Clark spoke with Good Day Austin’s Casey Claiborne about the secret menu.
Myke Miller returns to Good Day Austin to perform. He has upcoming shows in Houston and at Cedar Street Courtyard in Austin, and is working on new music.
Hall of Fame Weekend Event Chair April Mitchell has more on the 2020 inductees and how you can attend.
To make her space dream come true a young girl has to put together her own scouting troop to win the ultimate prize. McKenna Grace, Charlie Shotwell and Milan Ray talk more about the film.
FanstandATX's Snupe Daniel highlights the big games this week in both boys and girls basketball.
Will Dotter with Austin Animal Center introduces a dog who arrived at the shelter as a stray just after Christmas. She's believed to be a pit bull terrier and about two-years-old.
An unconventional pair have teamed up to help Central Texas youth who find themselves a part of some sobering statistics. FOX 7 Austin's Leslie Rangel has more on an Austin officer and an ex-felon and what they're doing.
Mark Gibbs with The Great Outdoors talks about a special resource you can use to get all the gardening information you need.
Austin's racial history is one of the topics that will be covered at the four day conference which is being held the first time. It's free and open to experts as well as those interested in learning about the study of family history. Organizer & Coordinator Kymberly Keeton and Director of the Austin Public Library Roosevelt Week have more on what's going on.
Statistics show that right now at least 65% of black families live single parent households and the Census Bureau says that many children live without a dad at home. That's what happened to Isaac Rowe but he says he's turning his pain into purpose and helping teach other black men how to be good fathers.
Many have committed to taking a month long break from drinking in what's called "Dry January" but what if you're having trouble? Executive Director Laura Sovine has more. Get more details at www.austinrecovery.org.
Runaway Luna Lifestyle is doing it what it can from the other side of the world to help those affected by the devastating fires. FOX 7 Austin's Tierra Neubaum has more.
It can be difficult to try something different especially for kids. Alison Bogle has some advice on how you can do it and she also highlights a few fun weekend activities.
Event Staffing and Resource Associate Michael Kane has more details how you can be a part of the action.
If lifting weights isn't your thing perhaps finding some rhythm can help you meet your fitness goals this year. FOX 7 Austin's Tierra Neubaum has more.