Kelsey Bradshaw, Austin 360

Kelsey Bradshaw

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Recent:
  • Austin 360
  • Austin American-Statesman
Past:
  • El Paso Times
  • ReporterNews
  • USA TODAY
  • Task & Purpose
  • A-J Media
  • Augusta Chronicle
  • FayObserver.com
  • The Palm Beach Post
  • Herald-Tribune
  • SJ-R Breaking News
  • and more…

Recent articles by Kelsey:

We're stupid for Tate McRae at ACL Fest Weekend 2

McRae, who also writes songs and dances, was performing in the heat but from our point of view, it doesn't appear she broke a sweat. → Read More

Meet the Austin artist behind your perfectly framed ACL Fest photos

This year, local artist Zuzu designed the frame. She spray painted it over two or three days a couple weeks before the first weekend of the fest. → Read More

Gracie Abrams' ACL Fest set was her 10th show. Like ever.

Abrams, who is the daughter of director J.J. Abrams, took the Miller Lite Stage at 2:20 p.m. and sang in the blazing sun. → Read More

Texas! Fight! ACL Fest! Rules! Saturday gates open for the big acts Billie Eilish and UT

Today's headliners include: Billie Eilish, Rufus Du Sol and the Texas versus Oklahoma game at the Cotton Bowl in Dallas. → Read More

All hail Megan Thee Stallion, who gave fiery ACL Fest Weekend 2 show

Megan Thee Stallion's Austin City Limits Music Festival Weekend 2 outfit was amazing, her vocals were amazing, and her banter was amazing. → Read More

Austin Trail of Lights returns in November with drive-thru format; how to get tickets now

Trail of Lights is opening in Zilker Park Nov. 27 and passes are now on sale. The event features more than 2 million lights and lasts until Dec. 31. → Read More

Toxin found at Sculpture Falls in Barton Creek makes water unsafe for swimming, city of Austin says

People and pets should not ingest or swim in the water at Sculpture Falls, the Austin Watershed Protection Department said. → Read More

Storms moving into Austin area to bring gusty winds, forecasters say

With the storms in the Austin area, temperatures will start to fall into the 50s and 60s after sunset, with a low of 65 degrees expected Tuesday night. → Read More

After blisteringly hot Monday in Austin, Tuesday cold front will send overnight lows into the 50s

And in true Texas fashion, the cold front will be a 180 from Monday's weather when forecasters expected temperatures to rise into the 100s. → Read More

Yearlong 'no-refusal' effort targeting drunken drivers to start in October, Austin police say

"No-refusal" means officers can more easily obtain search warrants for blood or breath samples from suspected drunken drivers who refuse to take blood alcohol tests. → Read More

What we know about Tropical Storm Nicholas: Eastward track lessens impact on Austin, forecasters say

Nicholas could land as a hurricane, the National Hurricane Center said. Hurricane conditions will be possible from Port Aransas to San Luis Pass. → Read More

Tributes, stair climbs in Central Texas planned for 20th anniversary of 9/11

Saturday will mark 20 years since the 9/11 attacks in New York City and Washington, D.C. → Read More

Funeral for second Austin police officer to die of COVID-19 scheduled for Thursday

Sgt. Steve Urias died on Aug. 26, the Police Department said. He had worked for Austin police 32 years. → Read More

Austin-area charities rally for Louisiana neighbors: How you can help Hurricane Ida victims

So far, one Austin-Travis County EMS special operations commander has been deployed, but local public safety agencies are monitoring the situation. → Read More

Arnold García, trailblazing Hispanic journalist and Statesman editorial columnist, dead at 73

Arnold García spent 22 years of his time at the American-Statesman serving as the editorial page editor before retiring in 2013. → Read More

Austin police officer injured in East Austin crash has died, union confirms

Andy Traylor worked for the Austin Police Department for nine years. → Read More

Austin police officer seriously injured in East Austin crash, officials say

An Austin police officer was seriously injured Wednesday morning in an East Austin crash. → Read More

Heat advisory at noon for Austin area as dangerous mix of high temps, humidity expected, forecasters say

The heat advisory will last until 8 p.m., forecasters said. → Read More

Camping ban continues: Tents for homeless outside Austin City Hall cleared ahead of street fixes

Camps lined the corners of Guadalupe and Cesar Chavez streets, Lavaca and Second streets, and Guadalupe and Second streets, and dotted Second Street. → Read More

Austin crafts new strategies against harmful blue-green algae in lakes as summer heats up

As summer heats up, Austin is likely to see harmful blue-green algae blooms in its lakes. Here's how you can spot it and protect your pets from it. → Read More