GMSA: Man steals wine from H-E-B; apartment shooting; duplex fire
Good Tuesday morning!
Leslie is BACK. We haven't seen each other since Thanksgiving morning. It's always sweet when our morning show family reunites after time off.
Well, I finished my turkey day leftovers last night. They were delicious but I'm ready to move on to other cuisine. You know, Lean Cuisine. ;)
Leslie is on cloud nine this week. Her daughter graduates from UT-Austin this weekend! We're all super proud of Nicole. It's an exciting time at their house these days.
Have a wonderful day.
- Mark & Leslie
Here's what's on Good Morning San Antonio for Tuesday, December 3:
A man accused of swapping price tags on 35 different bottles of wine at H-E-B locations around San Antonio was arrested on Nov. 24 after leaving his ID card at the check stand when he fled the scene. Hoang Nguyen, 43, switched the price tags on high-end bottles of wine for a lower value wine at several H-E-B locations over two days, according to an arrest warrant affidavit.
A San Antonio couple is devastated after their family's SUV was stolen overnight Monday. Ashley Hernandez, a mother of four and grandmother of two, said the morning started as usual. "We got up and got the kids ready for school," Hernandez said. "As we were walking out the door we noticed the truck was missing." Hernandez said she thought her husband was playing a prank on her, but after the pair viewed surveillance video that captured the theft at 2:40 a.m., she realized the "prank" was a reality.
The Bexar County Sheriff's Office is investigating after a man was shot multiple times in a walkway of a West Side apartment complex late Monday night. Deputies responded just after 11 p.m. to the Alamo Ranch Apartment Homes in the 11500 block of Alamo Ranch Parkway after receiving reports of a shooting.
New information was released Monday about the small aircraft that crashed in a commercial area near the San Antonio International Airport Sunday night, killing all three occupants. The plane remained at the crash site in the 600 block of W. Rhapsody Drive while investigators with the National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) work to piece together the incident.
The cat with the little tongue that stole the hearts of the internet has died at age 8. Lil Bub came into the world in June 2011 and died on Sunday peacefully in her sleep. The news was announced to BUB's 2.3 million followers on her official Instagram page.
The San Antonio Zoo has opened its latest habitat, Back from the Brink, for the whooping crane, the tallest North American bird, which is endangered. The zoo has a history with the whooping crane, having been instrumental in bringing the bird back from the brink of extinction in 1956, when there were only 16 total whooping cranes in the wild.
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