SAN ANTONIO – Here's what was on Good Morning San Antonio for Tuesday, April 3:
Sparked by a 31-point night off the bench from Donte DiVincenzo, the Villanova defeated Michigan 79-62 to cap one of the most dominating NCAA Tournament runs ever seen.
Tuesday will bring another cloudy morning with some breaks in the clouds by the afternoon. We’ll start with a morning low in the upper 60s and an afternoon high in the low 80s.
Stripes convenience stores have announced that they are releasing two new limited edition and limited release Selena commemorative collectible cups.
GMSA News Headlines:
Arson investigators are working to determine the cause of a late-night fire on the city's West Side.
The Texas Department of Public Safety Crime Lab in Austin has an entire department devoted to analyzing fingerprint evidence.
The ex-boyfriend of Julie Mott, the young woman whose body disappeared from a local funeral home, was found guilty of criminal trespassing.
SPURS: The Spurs face the Los Angeles Clippers on Tuesday night.