KSAT12 announces new traffic anchor for Good Morning San Antonio
KSAT12′s VP/GM Phil Lane and News Director Bernice Kearney have announced that Samuel King will be joining Stephanie Serna, Mark Austin and Mike Osterhage on the weekday editions of “Good Morning San Antonio” effective December 2, 2020. 1 morning show in South Texas, he’ll also handle the transportation beat and cover stories on San Antonio and Bexar County’s growth-driven traffic problems, as well as VIA’s new referendum that voters approved in November. GMSA Traffic officers Marcus Trujillo and Nick Soliz will be leaving us to focus on their SAPD careers and to spend more time with their families. We look forward to continuing our tradition of being the place where viewers can Expect More in the morning and all day long.”“Good Morning San Antonio” airs Monday - Friday from 4:30 a.m. -7 a.m., followed by “Good Morning America” from 7 a.m. - 9 a.m., and “GMSA @9” rounds out the morning news. All of KSAT12 News can be found streaming live on KSAT.com, on the KSAT-TV streaming app found on smart TVs and other devices such as Roku and Amazon Fire.
First grade teacher talks about virtual learning, returning to classroom on KSAT morning newscast
SAN ANTONIO – Doris Naquin, a first grade teacher at Briscoe Elementary, spoke to Good Morning San Antonio on Tuesday about the challenges of teaching during the coronavirus pandemic. Educators in San Antonio schools are currently working hard trying to do both virtual and in-person learning due to the coronavirus pandemic. To view the video, click above.
Get to know KSAT anchor Leslie Mouton on her birthday
SAN ANTONIO – Happy birthday to KSAT 12′s wonderful Good Morning San Antonio anchor Leslie Mouton! Check out what Leslie said about her battle with breast cancer, her must-have snack food and what event she loves to cover most. What has been one of the biggest highlights of your career at KSAT so far? While the diagnosis and the battle were frightening, the station and the community embraced it and lifted me up. I love the Battle of Flowers Parade - hosting it every year is a true honor!