Casey Claiborne, FOX 7 Austin

Casey Claiborne

FOX 7 Austin

Austin, TX, United States

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Past articles by Casey:

Documentary on Astroworld festival tragedy to open in select theaters April 29

"Concert Crush," a new documentary on the Astroworld tragedy, will open in select theaters across Texas for a minimum one-week run April 29. → Read More

15-year-old in Central Texas starts business "Bioplastics: Recycled Fishing Lures"

Garcia started making something old and discarded into something new: recycled fishing lures. → Read More

APD: Man arrested in connection with South Austin shooting

According to the Austin Police Department, just after 11 p.m. on March 13, police arrived at the 2200 block of East Stassney Lane where they found a man suffering from a gunshot wound. → Read More

Williamson County Sheriff's Office identifies victim in 30-year-old cold case

The Williamson County Sheriff's Office has identified the victim in a 30 year old cold case. → Read More

Williamson County Sheriff's Office identifies "Corona Girl" as 17-year-old from Sulphur Springs

After 30 years, three months and 21 days, "Corona Girl" has been finally identified as 17-year-old Sue Ann Huskey of Sulphur Springs. → Read More

APD: Overnight assault leads to four-hour SWAT standoff

According to APD, a 60-year-old man told police that he was assaulted by a family member who was intoxicated. The 20-year-old man then ran inside his home to grab a shotgun. → Read More

Austin City Council meeting held to clarify camp, sit, lie changes

It was a standing-room only turnout for the Austin City Council’s special-called meeting on clarifying Austin’s homeless ordinance changes. → Read More

'Ole Miss' researching tracing the 'untraceable' 3D-printed plastic guns

OXFORD, Mississippi (FOX 7 Austin) - Cody Wilson: a self-proclaimed "open source activist." The former UT law student has been in the national spotlight since he put blueprints for a 3D-printed plastic gun called "The Liberator" online back in 2013. It was all plastic except for the metal firing pin. The legal battles between Wilson, his company "Defense Distributed" and the federal government… → Read More

ARCH sidewalk improvements underway

The Austin Resource Center for the Homeless will look a little different soon. → Read More

John Paul DeJoria gifts $1.6 million to 'Community First! Village'

Alan Graham is founder and CEO of Mobile Loaves and Fishes. "Community First! Village" is a 51-acre master plan community. → Read More

3D gun-printing activist Cody Wilson sentenced to probation in sex case

31-year-old Cody Wilson, the controversial Austinite and former UT student who made national headlines for his volatile relationship with the federal government has been sentenced after being indicted for having sex with an underage girl. → Read More

Fire destroys recently-restored Bartlett church that had stood since 1890

The steeple has stretched to the heavens since 1890. → Read More

Houston confirms 3 'vaping' hospitalizations, none confirmed in Austin yet

Vaping is something many old-fashioned cigarette smokers have taken up in the last decade. → Read More

Pyrotechnics, shovels and McConaughey at Austin FC stadium groundbreaking

It wasn't your typical groundbreaking fanfare: usually there are shovels and finger-foods involved in these events...that stuff was present, sure, but at Austin FC's Major League Soccer stadium groundbreaking on Monday morning, there was also rock concert-style pyrotechnics...and Mr. Matthew McConaughey, one of Austin FC's new owners. → Read More

City of Austin working on camping restrictions, how to enforce them

The morning after the latest public forum on homelessness attended by hundreds, Austin Mayor Steve Adler is feeling positive about fixing Austin's homeless issues. "Frankly for the first time in 5 years I actually see a way forward and have not felt that over the last 5 years," Adler said. → Read More

A timeline of the homeless ordinance debate

Ahead of Thursday's town hall forum at the LBJ school on Austin's homeless crisis, FOX 7 is taking a look back at how all of this got started. → Read More

Austin business owners struggling with hostile homeless

Right in front of Royal Blue Grocery on Congress Avenue sits a baby stroller full of stuff. → Read More

Austin then and now: A look inside 'The Independent'

At 58 floors, "The Independent" is, for the time being, the tallest structure in Austin and the tallest residential tower west of the Mississippi. → Read More

Austin City Council changes ‘convention center' ballot language after Court ruling

The president of the Austin chapter of the NAACP took legal action against the city of Austin over an issue related to expanding the convention center. → Read More

Austin City Council considers 'Task Force on Gun Violence'

The Austin City Council weighed creating a "Task Force on Gun Violence" during this week's meeting. → Read More