SAN ANTONIO - Good morning from the GMSA family!
It’s Presidents Day and we’re all here to start the week.
Leslie is giving Mike grief today because she dressed for the predicted warm weather for her trip to Austin...and it wasn’t. Mike suggested she step outside to verify her wardrobe choices. ;)
I did not fish this weekend but am going on a long-planned river run this coming weekend. I laid low all weekend.
The once-husky voiced Mike Osterhage is feeling much better and sounds less like Lou Rawls. Marcus says he spent part of his weekend playing soccer with his kids.
We’re getting caffeinated and hope you join us to start your day with GMSA.
-Mark & Leslie
Here's what's on Good Morning San Antonio for Monday, February 18:
Locals can enjoy nearly half off admission to the San Antonio Zoo on Monday in observance of Presidents Day. The zoo said it will charge $8 admission for those who live in San Antonio, Bexar County and neighboring communities.
LaMarcus Aldridge is a seven-time NBA All-Star and is now 6-1 in All-Star games but said his biggest joy was bringing his youngest son, 8-year-old LaMarcus Jr., along with him.
Looking for something to do Monday? Spend Presidents Day at the rodeo as it is Dollar Day! Enjoy fairgrounds admission, select food and select carnival rides for only $1. Here's what else is happening at the San Antonio Stock Show and Rodeo for Feb. 18.
Ruperto Escobar is the first to admit his stance on the border wall is controversial and unpopular, but he says if a wall isn't built he and his neighbors will continue to have problems with people trespassing on their property.
An 11-year veteran of the San Antonio Police Department was arrested early Sunday morning after he assaulted his girlfriend, police said.
One person is dead following a shooting outside a home on the city's East Side overnight, San Antonio police said Monday.
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