Veteran KENS 5 reporter Marvin Hurst in remission from cancer
Marvin Hurst's fellow KENS 5 journalists are celebrating his latest health update. Hurst, who has been with KENS 5 since December 2004, battled stage 4 throat cancer on and off for the last two years. He shared last January that the cancer returned after entering remission just a few months prior. On Thursday, the KENS 5 morning team's Barry Davis and Sarah Forgany said they had a "big reason to smile": Hurst entered remission again. RELATED: Former KSAT anchor Leslie Mouton joined KENS 5 this morningKENS 5 showed a recent photo of Hurst with an ear-to-ear smile.mysanantonio.com
Chamber aligns safeguards for Jan. 30 Health Fair
There has never been a time that a Health and Wholeness Fair has been more fitting, and The Chamber of Schertz, Selma and Cibolo is prepped and ready to stage the Jan. 30 event. We had over 600 people with 60-70 vendors,” Chamber President Maggie Titterington recalled. Everyone entering the hall - all vendors, volunteers, Chamber staff and attendees - will undergo thermal temperature scanning before being allowed entry. Naming sponsor Methodist Hospital Northeast will have a booth and be ready for questions about health during Covid-19, vaccinations and testing, in addition to Beavers’ speech. “At 9:30 on our Chamber Facebook page, we’re going to do a 30-second stop at each booth.mysanantonio.com
DIY gel nails | SA Live | KSAT 12
DIY gel nails | SA Live | KSAT 12Published: April 15, 2020, 10:32 amOur producer, Nicole Mattox, and her mother, Leslie Mouton, banned together to try to do their own gel nails. It turns out that gel nails are harder to apply than regular nail polish! Watch the video above to see their journey,
WATCH: Anchors Mark Austin, Leslie Mouton discuss Leslie’s attempt at cutting husband’s hair
SAN ANTONIO – Watch as GMSA @ 9 anchor Leslie Mouton cuts her husband’s hair during the COVID-19 quarantine. To view the video, click above. Click here to read some tips on how to do so, and then post your pics to our gallery of home haircuts. COVID-19, the respiratory disease caused by the new virus, stands for coronavirus disease 2019. The disease first appeared in late 2019 in Wuhan, China, but spread around the world in early 2020, causing the World Health Organization to declare a pandemic in March.
Community gallery: At-home haircuts
SAN ANTONIO – Have you cut your kids’ hair, your spouse’s or maybe even your own hair during COVID-19? With salons and barbershops closed for more than a month, many people are getting desperate and taking matters into their own hands -- with varying results. We want to see your haircut pictures in our community gallery!
KSAT’s Leslie Mouton tests out anchoring from home in case of stay-at-home order due to coronavirus
KSAT is experimenting with Leslie anchoring from home to prepare for any stay-at-home order due to the novel coronavirus. Leslie wants viewers to know that she is not self-quarantining due to COVID-19, and there may be a delay. See Leslie and Mark explain the experiment in the video above. KSAT’s Mike Osterhage self quarantines after son came into contact with coronavirus-positive personCOVID-19, the respiratory disease caused by the new virus, stands for coronavirus disease 2019. A stay-at-home order was issued by California Gov.
VIDEO: GMSA anchors Mark Austin, Leslie Mouton practice social distancing during newscast
Mark Austin is well-known to South Texas viewers having spent the bulk of his TV news career at KSAT. After brief stints at two stations in East Texas, Mark came to San Antonio as a freelance reporter in late 1998. He joined KSAT 12 News just months later.
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!
Leslie Mouton’s diary entries from her fight with breast cancer
That means 40 years for the breast cancer that ravaged my healthy tissue once do the same thing again. Because it is relatively new, only a few doctors in the country specialize in the DIEP breast reconstruction procedure. Please keep me close in your prayers as I embark on another chapter of my battle - this time to prevent breast cancer!!! We decided he would make sure the vessels are viable before Dr. Rosenthal removes my breast tissue - just in case. I trust you, if it doesn't look right don't do it, and you can make me a new one later".
What you should know about male breast cancer
Approximately 1 in every 100 breast cancer cases involve a man. They usually don't know that they could have breast cancer," said Dr. Virginia Kaklamani, professor of medicine at UT Health San Antonio. Kaklamani and the Mays Cancer Center see around 500 new breast cancer patients every year. More breast cancer awareness stories on KSAT.com:New state law covers mammogram many women couldn't affordBreast cancer fact or fictionLeslie Mouton discusses her breast cancer journeyLike for women, finding breast cancer starts with a lump. Those are signs that help us figure out that he may be at risk of breast cancer," Kaklamani said.
Leslie Mouton’s Story Continues With One-Year Checkup
A year ago, KSAT 12 News anchor Leslie Mouton found out she had breast cancer. On the Nightbeat, Mouton takes viewers once again to the hospital for a one-year checkup to make sure she is cancer-free. "Here are your old ones from last year, and here are your current ones," Shea said. The spots shrunk, which was a good indication that this time, they were the result of surgery and not cancer. The toxicology report came back negative for cancer and Mouton was been given a clean bill of health.
Leslie Mouton interviews Robin Roberts
"Good Morning San Antonio" anchor Leslie Mouton recently interviewed Robin Roberts in New York City. Leslie Mouton said. She inspired dozens of awareness drives and led to tens of thousands of new bone marrow registrations. It is a journey and a bond that Robin and Leslie share. For a list of recent stories Leslie Mouton has done, click here.