Rudy Koski, FOX 7 Austin

Rudy Koski

FOX 7 Austin

Austin, TX, United States

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  • FOX 7 Austin
Past:
  • FOX26Houston
  • FOX 5 DC
  • FOX 32 News
  • FOX 10 Phoenix
  • FOX 4 NEWS
  • Fox5NY
  • FOX 11 Los Angeles
  • FOX 13 Tampa Bay
  • FOX 5 Atlanta

Recent articles by Rudy:

APD's police chief, former chief now part of grand jury review into police actions during May 2020 protests

The expanded review may also include an additional 10 police officers. Nineteen Austin police officers have already been indicted for allegedly using excessive force during the protests, which at times turned violent with rocks and urine filled bottles thrown at police. → Read More

APD's police chief, former chief now part of grand jury review into police actions during May 2020 protests

The expanded review may also include an additional 10 police officers. Nineteen Austin police officers have already been indicted for allegedly using excessive force during the protests, which at times turned violent with rocks and urine filled bottles thrown at police. → Read More

Will there will be enough power for peak demands in Texas this summer?

According to a report on Monday, ERCOT is indicating there is sufficient generating capacity to serve peak demands this summer. → Read More

This week in Texas politics: Bus rides for undocumented immigrants to D.C.; latest on Ketanji Brown Jackson

Rudy Koski is back with his panel of political analysts to discuss This Week in Texas Politics, including Gov. Greg Abbott announcing Texas will use charter busses to take undocumented immigrants from the border to Washington D.C., and Ketanji Brown Jackson's confirmation. → Read More

Large patches of bluebonnets emerge across Central Texas

When taking a trip to see the bluebonnets, there are two big rules you should remember. → Read More

New job, ride for teen driver who drove red truck in Texas tornado

Riley Leon, the 16-year-old that drove his red truck through a Texas tornado, got the job he was driving home from interviewing for and is being gifted a new Chevrolet Silverado. → Read More

Property tax values hit historic levels in Williamson County

It's no secret the price for a home in the Austin area has dramatically increased. The price jump has even caused some sticker shock at the Williamson County Appraisal District. → Read More

Support for Ukraine at Capitol amid concerns of pushback targeting Russian immigrants

Dozens of people headed to the Texas Capitol to show their support for Ukraine. Russian immigrants now face pushback for what is happening in Kyiv. → Read More

Drone company selects Kyle, Texas as winter drone training site

An Iowa-based agriculture company has chosen Kyle as its winter drone training location. → Read More

Hays County Commissioner Walt Smith admits to urinating in public

A Hays County commissioner was caught on camera urinating in a parking lot in Dripping Springs. → Read More

Leander couple escapes fiery head-on collision with hardly a scratch

A Leander couple is wondering how they were able to escape a fiery head-on collision without a scratch. → Read More

Man wanted for killing multiple deer with crossbow in Northwest Austin

Deer frequent the Great Hills neighborhood, and someone has been killing them with a crossbow. → Read More

A lot of anticipation but little wintry precipitation in the hill country

A Winter Storm Advisory was issued for most of Central Texas, but not many areas saw heavy sleet or ice. → Read More

Hutto ISD experiencing school bus driver shortage due to COVID

Hutto ISD announced Sunday that it is canceling some of their regular bus routes due to a driver shortage. → Read More

Travis County fire departments facing COVID-19 hardships

Numerous fire department members are out due to COVID-19, and it's not getting better. → Read More

Austin Congressman Lloyd Doggett remembers Jan. 6 U.S. Capitol attack

Austin Congressman Lloyd Doggett shares his personal experience of the US Capitol breach on Jan. 6, 2021. → Read More

Austin ISD offers COVID testing as students return to school

Central Texas schools are preparing for students to return amid a COVID surge. → Read More

Central Texas prepares for upcoming cold snap, TxDOT treating roads

Central Texas residents, along with TxDOT, are getting ready for the fast approaching freezing weather. → Read More

Austin-based company is helping Texas power plants winterize

Austin-based company Thermon Heat Tracing is helping power companies comply with new state rules. → Read More

Energy experts urge PUC to "tap the brakes" on rebuilding grid

That pause, according to a panel of energy experts, would give the PUC an opportunity to answer several questions → Read More