The mayor gave his State of the City address last night and has more on what he talked about.
Discussions continue on how teachers and students will get back to teaching and learning whether it be in-person or virtually. Regardless, parents will need to start getting kids back into school mode. Alison Bogle has some tips.
Five GOP state lawmakers are suing Texas Gov. Greg Abbott and state health officials. Alana Rocha has more on what that's all about and discusses other issues in the state.
Dr. Alan Gluskin D.D.S., President of the American Association of Endodontists, talks about why you shouldn't put off dental visits amid the coronavirus pandemic.
Two members of the Austin group perform the song "Stand Up" for today's Quarantine Session.
The author talks about her book which shares her story in order to help victims of human trafficking and hopefully help put an end to the human trafficking epidemic as well.
Locally there's been an increase in the number of an intestinal illness caused by contaminated food or water with a parasite. Dr.Kumar has more details.
The journalist/author takes readers to the Mexico and U.S.border for his latest book. He spent two years documenting construction and talks more about his experience and his work and what conversations are needed that go beyond the border.
The hospitality industry has been one of the hardest hit during the COVID-19 pandemic. FOX 7 Austin's Dave Froehlich takes a look at what one locally owned boutique hotel is doing to welcome guests back.
The band performs in a song with an important message in today's Quarantine Sessions.
Mayor Adler talks about back-to-school concerns and more issues affecting the city.
Jackson, best known for originating the role of George Washington in "Hamilton", will be performing songs from his favorite musicals with a live band. Executive Director of Texas Performing Arts Bob Bursey has more on the virtual benefit concert.
In the confusion surrounding COVID-19, scammers are finding new and creative ways to try to get your money and one of them is to target victims by posing as government employees. Senior Regional Director with the BBB, Heather Massey, has more details.
The Texas Heatstroke Task Force is urging parents and caregivers to create a habit memory to help avoid heat-related deaths. Johnny Humphreys has more.
Many people are struggling with telling people they can't or don't want to attend gatherings or get togethers. So what do you do? Etiquette expert Diane Gottsman has some advice.
Rebel Cheese Vegan Deli & Wine Shop hasn’t even been open a year and it’s already winning awards. It won Culture Map Austin’s Tastemaker 2020 “Best New Restaurant” award. Rebel’s Kirsten Maitland joined Good Day Austin’s Casey Claiborne this week to make a cheeseboard and talk about the restaurant.
This summer, Austin-area students have been learning leadership skills through Bank of America’s virtual internship. They partnered with Communities In Schools.
Is the global pandemic stressing you out and making you lose sleep? We checked in with Dr. Brandon Hedgecock with “Sleep Better Austin” to see if that’s happening a lot and what to do about it.
August 1 is “National Girlfriends Day,” which is kind of odd. But it’s also “National Mustard Day.” To celebrate that properly we zoomed with the Austin-based Krakatoa Chips. One of their flavors is “Mustard’s Revenge.”
UT Austin student Darshan Bhatta spoke with Fox 7 in April about a project called “InStok” to help shoppers figure out what’s in stock at their local retailers as the pandemic makes products scarce. Now, Bhatta has developed a Chrome extension called “Octoshop” to help folks with online shopping.