FOX 7's Tierra Neubaum has more from one local farm after farmers across Texas faced devastating losses after the storm.
CEO of Communities in Schools of Central Texas Suki Steinhauser talks about what many families and students are dealing with as the effects of the winter storm continue to impact their lives.
Statistics show the majority of child safety seats are not installed or properly used. Project Coordinator with Kids in Cars Andrew Swanner has some tips to keep kids safe and ways to handle any road trips you may be planning.
Tina Rix is a licensed psychotherapist by day, but her life is all about the music. Rix is featured in this week’s “Tuning In” segment.
Austin food blogger Jane Ko joined with a number of restaurants like Southside Flying Pizza to provide more than 30,000 meals for Austin-area residents left with no food and no power during the winter storm.
Austin Mayor Steve Adler joined Good Day Austin’s Casey Claiborne Sunday morning to talk about how relief from the February winter storm is going and the new COVID-19 mass vaccination site at COTA.
Austin 8th grader Umar Mohammad is passionate about genetics. Using a technique called “DNA Music,” he was able to put the Coronavirus genome to music. The sound that resulted may not be what you’d expect.
This weekend’s Pet of the Weekend is “Charcoal” from Texas Humane Heroes in Leander.
It’s probably the very first “unsolved mystery” – what happened to the dinosaurs? Why aren’t they still with us? And it’s been an unsolved mystery for more than 60 million years. It may not be anymore, thanks to important work done by UT Austin. On Good Day Austin Saturday morning, Sean Gulick, a research professor at UT’s Jackson School of Geosciences joined Good Day’s Casey Claiborne and Chelsea Andrews to talk about how it’s clear now: an asteroid really did take out the dinosaurs.
John Chase, who passed away in 2012, was a trailblazer for African Americans in Texas. He was the first African American to enroll and graduate from UT’s architecture school in the 1950’s and later became the first African American to practice architecture in Texas. His works are all around us in Austin. On Good Day Austin Saturday morning we talked with UT professor Dr. Tara Dudley who is writing a book on Chase.
Jonathan 'Snupe' Daniel is a familiar face to those who watch Good Day Austin but he's also a leading Black voice in Austin sports radio. FOX 7 Austin's Leslie Rangel shares his story.
Monty Moran talks about using his book as inspiration for a new docuseries in which he travels and talks to people to discover shared experiences.
Snupe Daniel with 104.9 The Horn and FLXATX shares his thoughts on the teams and games we should be watching this week.
These Fine Moments performs "OK To Drive".
Many are still feeling the impacts of the recent winter storm in Texas and Sun Radio is offering some relief to those in need. DJ Kevin Conner has more.
Millions were left without electricity across Texas and the power outages are the subject of a House State Affairs and Energy Resources Committee hearing. Rice University Associate Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering Dr. Daniel Cohan shares some insight.
Families approach money in different ways. For example, should parents pay for chores or is it just part of being a family? Alison Bogle shares advice on allowances.
Mobley performs the song "Mate".
Mayor Victor Gonzales has an update on how the city is doing and what support is being offered for residents who still need help.
Some who've received the COVID-19 vaccine might be wondering if they still need to quarantine if they're exposed to the virus. Dr. Kumar explains.