The Austin City Limits Music Festival draws hundreds of thousands to Austin every year. Tickets from the official vendor sell out fast, and many turn to a third-party source.
Parts of Central Texas were pelted with hail Sunday night, leaving many with damaged homes and cars. In this "7 on Your Side", Carissa Lehmkuhl breaks down what you need to know about filing insurance claims.
Federal student loan payments are set to resume Oct. 1 after being paused since 2020. In this "7 On Your Side", FOX 7 Austin's Carissa Lehmkuhl shares ways to avoid fraud while sorting out your loans.
A deadly incident that happened in Bastrop County highlights the importance of taking proper precautions when it comes to old cisterns and wells. FOX 7 Austin's Carissa Lehmkuhl has the latest.
The study shows that over the last five years, money lost by young adults, 20 years old and younger, grew nearly 2,500% from 2017-22 compared to 805% for seniors.
Crews are currently working on stabilizing the W. William Cannon Bridge, but direct neighbors are pretty fed up with the cement grout and dust blowing into yards. FOX 7 Austin's Carissa Lehmkuhl has more in this 7 on Your Side.
The Texas Department of Licensing and Regulation holds companies across 38 industries accountable, and there are ways the public can utilize the information that’s available.
Austin Community College is warning its students about a recent scam involving fake paid internships.
With summer being the busiest season for moving, consumers should be aware of ways fraudulent companies may take advantage. According to HireAHelper, there are three top moving scams to look out for.
In this 7 On Your Side, FOX 7 Austin's Carissa Lehmkuhl looks at the regulations for vehicle towing in Texas, as well as data on towing company complaints.
$4 million has already been lost by Texans in just the first half of 2023. That amount is more than consumers lost in an entire year from 2018-2022.
In May 2021, Scott Saunders, Jr. was arrested on three charges out of Bastrop County two counts of sexual assault of a child and one count of indecency with a child.
Thefts of Kias and Hyundais have spiked ever since a TikTok trend emerged in 2021 showing how to start one of these cars with something as simple as a USB cord.
Currently, intake is closed at the Austin Animal Center due to overcrowding.
In this 7 on Your Side, residents of Aldrich 51 in the Mueller neighborhood are frustrated with living conditions and voicing their concerns.
The Federal Trade Commission is warning consumers about the potential risks and misuses of biometric information, including facial recognition, fingerprints, and iris scans.
A former 'romance scammer' described, in detail, how he used to scam women out of thousands of dollars.
A resident in Northeast Austin believes she received a notice of violation unfairly by the Austin Code Department due to a misunderstanding over her front yard plants.
A recent study by the Better Business Bureau found that ‘high-pressure sales’ and ‘deceptive exit schemes’ can infiltrate the timeshare industry.
A recent contract up for city council approval has raised questions from the community and city leaders regarding the process for putting projects out to bid.