GMSA: Animal Care Services after hours; heat advisory; displaced turn closure

By Mark Austin - Anchor, Leslie Mouton - Anchor, Ben Spicer - Web Producer

Good morning from the GMSA anchor desk!

We’re one day closer to the weekend and the first day of Summer tomorrow. It feels like this one is going to be brutal! Some people love the heat, we’ve just never met them! ;)

Go out there and make it a great day. If you get a chance, pour another cup of coffee and join us for GMSA @ 9! 

- Mark & Leslie

Here's what's on Good Morning San Antonio for Thursday, June 20: 


What's Trending 

Haunted Texas hotel offering overnight stays as B&B

The 169-year-old historic, haunted Magnolia Hotel in Seguin is offering overnight stays as a bed-and-breakfast. Owners Jim and Erin Ghedi have been working to restore the hotel to its former glory for several years.

'While You Were Sleeping': Animal Care Services officers on job long after office hours

While the animals she rescues and recovers clearly can’t tell time, Officer Melissa Smith can almost set her watch to the idea that her workday will include plenty of activity. “Loose dogs, biting dogs, biting cats, hit by cars. Just about anything you can possibly imagine,” she said.

Cool off this summer at any of these free SA splash pads

The summer heat will leave you longing for a cool down. There are several places around the area that the kids can enjoy for free. Here's a list of splash pads in the area.

Today's Headlines

SPRIESTER SESSIONS: Brockhouses break their silence

Annalisa Brockhouse has been waiting months to talk about the domestic violence allegations leveled during the San Antonio mayor's race, in which her husband, former District 6 Councilman Greg Brockhouse, ran against incumbent Ron Nirenberg in the city election. In a KSAT conference room, Greg and Annalisa Brockhouse talked about the allegations and whether it cost Brockhouse the election.

Sheriff Javier Salazar announces he's seeking reelection

Bexar County Sheriff Javier Salazar announced he is seeking reelection in 2020. He sent out a letter to his supporters on his website. In the letter, he mentioned the accomplishments of the Bexar County Sheriff’s Office since he took office and mentioned holding his own employees accountable following several deputy arrests.

Local judge to launch new youth gang court

A new judge is stepping in, hoping to make a dent in the youth gang problems plaguing Bexar County. Judge Carlos Quezada, of the 289th Judicial District, hopes a new youth gang court program will help cut down on an increasing number of teens passing though the criminal court system who are in gangs.


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