Randy Beamer - Anchor
Randy Beamer is the Emmy Award-winning weekday 5, 6, 6:30 & 10 p.m. co-anchor and a photojournalist for News 4 San Antonio.
He still loves to grab his camera and shoot his own stories as often as possible.
Beamer has shot and reported for News 4 San Antonio from all over the country and even around the world, focusing on all kinds of stories involving -- and important to -- South Texans.
In Iraq, he added a bulletproof vest to his gear for a series and documentary on San Antonians who run the biggest hospital in Iraq.
He's reported on Texans guarding detainees at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba and helping in relief efforts after the tsunami in Sri Lanka and a hurricane that devastated Honduras.
He flew with a medical team into hurricane-ravaged New Orleans, reported from Galveston on Hurricane Ike, and has gone deep into Mexico to look at exactly what drives so many people to cross illegally into the U.S.
He also volunteers as a popular speaker and emcee at dozens of community fundraisers.
Beamer was a National Merit Scholar at Drake University and briefly attended the USC Film School in L.A.
He's won five Emmy Awards, an Edward R. Murrow Award, top honors from the Texas Associated Press Broadcasters and many other awards over the years for reporting, anchoring, photography and commentary.
And he'd rather you just call him "Beamer."
Evy Ramos - Anchor
Evy Ramos joined the News 4 San Antonio team in 2014. She co-anchors the 6pm, 6:30pm, and 10:30pm newscasts alongside Randy Beamer. Before she came to San Antonio, Evy anchored four top-rated evening newscasts for the CBS affiliate in Fresno, California.
Evy began her broadcast career in Los Angeles, working for E! True Hollywood Story, where she dug up details on the lives of Hollywood celebrities. She landed her first on-air job in Fresno, working for the Fox affiliate. During her time there, Great Day became the areas most popular morning newscast.
Her career then took her to Southern California, where she anchored the morning news at KGTV in San Diego. During the devastating wildfires of 2007, Evy co-anchored the stations non-stop coverage, bringing viewers details of the fire that was destroying hundreds of homes and threatening thousands of others. She eventually returned to Fresno, where she produced several stories about one of her passions: adoption. She also anchored during President Obamas visit, when he toured the damage caused by the worst drought California has ever experienced.
Evy is a graduate of the University of Southern California, where she earned a degree in Broadcast Journalism.
She was born in Mexico and has relatives in Texas, so in her spare time you can find Evy spending time with her extended family, along with her husband and their three young children. She loves to dance salsa, merengue and bachata.
Delaine Mathieu - Co-Anchor
Emmy Award-winning journalist, Delaine Mathieu, co-anchors News 4 San Antonio at 5 p.m. weekdays with Randy Beamer.
Delaine comes to San Antonio from Miami where she co-anchored the top-rated morning newscast at WSVN. During her time there, she covered some of the nation's biggest news stories including the Elian Gonzalez saga, the 2000 Presidential Election debacle, the September 11th attacks, and the deadly 2004 hurricane season.
Delaine has received several awards, including four Emmy's, for her investigative reporting. Since she's been with News 4 San Antonio, Delaine has been nominated for nine Emmy's and has won three Texas Associated Press awards for her reporting and anchoring. In 2009, one of her reports about a rotating bed used to help save H1N1 patients was featured on the NBC show, "The Doctors."
Delaine is passionate about news, but even more so about children. She serves on the board for ChildSafe, a comprehensive clinic that helps young victims of sexual abuse in the San Antonio area and several surrounding counties. She is determined to raise awareness about San Antonio's child abuse problem. Her blog, Hell Is For Children, has garnered national attention. She launched a county-wide child-abuse awareness campaign called All4One. News 4 San Antonio partnered with ChildSafe, Family Service Association, CASA and Christus Santa Rosa Children's Hospital to try to reach abused and neglected children in schools all over Bexar County.
During Delaine's senior year at the University of Texas at Austin, she was chosen for an internship at CNN's Washington D.C. Bureau. She also interned at News 4 WOAI. She landed her first job at KRBC in Abilene, then KEYE in Austin where she won a Best Reporting award from the Texas Association of Broadcasters. She also picked up a Best Anchor nomination from the Kansas Association of Broadcasters during her time at KAKE in Wichita, Kansas.
Most people don't know this, but Delaine is half Venezuelan. Her mother is from Caracas, Venezuela. In her spare time, Delaine loves to workout, cycle and run. She and her husband, Shad, have two daughters and are thrilled to call San Antonio home!
Albert Flores - Chief Meteorologist
Albert Flores grew up right here in San Antonio and attended schools in the Harlandale ISD. He went to the University of Texas at Austin on a full scholarship and received his journalism degree. A few years later he received his Meteorology certification from Mississippi State. Albert has worked as a Chief Meteorologist in Austin at KTBC, in the valley at KRGV, in Corpus Christi at KIII and at KENS 5 here in San Antonio.
Albert is married and has two children and four grandchildren. He loves to spend time with his family and travel. He is very involved in the community and serves on several board of directors of non-profit organizations.
As the Chief Meteorologist for News 4 San Antonio his goal is to give you something to smile about and feel informed every time you tune in.
Don Harris - Sports Director
Don Harris is the Emmy award-winning weekday Sports Anchor and Sports Director for News 4 San Antonio. Harris celebrated his 23rd anniversary with the station in 2012. He was most recently honored with an Emmy award for Best Sports Anchor. It was his second Emmy award in two years. His sports anchoring has been recognized with seven Emmy nominations.
In 2009 he was also presented with the prestigious Edna McGaffey Media Excellence Award by the San Antonio Express-News and the local chapter of American Women in Communications for his work on the air and in the community.
In 1998 Harris started the Don Harris Golf Classic, a golf tournament benefiting the Arthritis Foundation and The Family Service Association. Many top local sports celebrities have taken part helping to raise over a million dollars for local children. This year the tournament generated a record donation to the Family Service Association.
Harris also serves on the board of the Harvey E. Najim Family Foundation and San Antonio Sports. Both are actively involved in improving the lives of children in San Antonio.
Harris works closely with two other local charities. He is on the advisory board of the Miracle League of San Antonio and of Slam Dunk for Life.
He has won numerous awards from the Texas A.P. Broadcasters for Best Sportscast and Best Sports Story. The News 4 San Antonio Sports department was also honored in the TV Special category for their "Race For The Rings" Spurs Special.
In 2005 he was honored by the Texas A.P. Broadcasters for Best Editorial/Commentary for his "Don's Extra Point." It was the third-straight year he won in that category. He also won Best Sports Story in 2005 and his sports anchoring has been recognized with seven Emmy nominations.
Harris has covered many major sporting events during his 22 years at News 4 San Antonio including Super Bowls, Final Fours and four Spurs World Championships. News 4 WOAI's Race for the Rings (Spurs pregame and postgame shows) were among the highest rated shows in San Antonio television history.
In 2000, Don launched "Sports Sunday" - a unique version of a weekly sports show that climbed to the top of the local ratings.
Harris made broadcasting history in late 2001 when he became the first and only broadcaster to host a live radio sports talk show and anchor a live television sportscast - simultaneously!
In December 2002, Don was named as one of the San Antonio Business Journal's "40 Under Forty" rising stars in the local community. In 2005 he was named "Best Talk Radio host" by the San Antonio Current readers poll.
Harris is married to wife Julie, who, like Don, attended San Antonio's Churchill High School and the University of North Texas. They have two sons, Landry and Grant. When not working, he enjoys coaching basketball and spending time with his family.
Michael Garofalo - News Anchor
Michael Garofalo is an Edward R. Murrow and AP award winning journalist. He anchors weekday mornings for News 4 San Antonio Today.
Garofalo is all about storytelling and thinks everyone has something to share, even if it takes time to figure that out.
He has reported and anchored from around the globe, including from the Winter Olympics in Torino, Italy, Super Bowl XLIV in Miami and from the CMA Awards in Nashville.
When Garofalo is not working and out meeting people in the community he enjoys spending time with his wife Claudia and daughter Avah.
You also might see him running along the River Walk with their yellow lab Kaia. He also enjoys playing golf, tennis and skiing.
Leslie Bohl - Anchor/Reporter
San Antonio-born native Leslie Bohl is co-anchor for News 4 San Antonio Today.
Bohl cultivated her love of journalism at the University Of Texas at Austin where she received degrees in Journalism and Government. She began her professional career in Lubbock, Texas as a general assignment reporter at KAMC-TC. Before leaving the West Texas town, she moved to the CBS affiliate KLBK-TV. There, she entered management as assistant news director and intern coordinator. Bohl also produced newscasts and worked her way to anchor desk and the 6 and 10 p.m. newscasts.
From Texas, Bohl headed east to Southwest Florida and the NBC-affiliate WBBH-TV. She anchored the 6 and 11 p.m. newscasts and at different times served as the station's consumer reporter and business reporter. Bohl followed her husband's career and relocated to the Alamo City. She left broadcasting to become a full-time mother to a young baby until joining the News 4 San Antonio team. Highlights of her career include covering the 1996 Centennial Olympics, Hurricane Andrew, and traveling to Germany for a series of special reports.
She enjoys spending her time away from the station with her two daughters. They chose to return to San Antonio to be closer to family and friends.
Mike Hernandez - Meteorologist
Meteorologist Mike Hernandez was born and raised in San Antonio, and loves to bring viewers vital weather information right here in his hometown. Mike is the morning meteorologist for News 4 San Antonio Today.
Mike graduated from Thomas Jefferson High School and then decided to go into the Air Force, where he served for ten years as a weather forecaster. Mike completed his meteorology training at Creighton University, before beginning his career in television in 1989 at KCEN-TV in central Texas. He then returned to San Antonio at KMOL-TV (now WOAI), where he helped kick off their morning news and later the San Antonio Living Show.
In 1999, Mike took on the role of Chief Meteorologist at KRQE in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Mike and his family came back to San Antonio in 2009, when he joined the weather team at Fox San Antonio.
Mike enjoys spending time with his family and playing golf. He also is a volunteer firefighter with the Grey Forest Fire Department. Mike is happily married to Rose Hernandez and has four children, Michael, Phillip John, Monique and John-Michael.
Jessica Headley - Traffic Anchor/Reporter
Jessica Headley serves as the News 4 San Antonio Today Traffic Anchor. An explorer by nature, her sense of direction has been the essence of getting her to her destinations. After growing up in Hoover/Birmingham, Alabama and graduating cum laude in political science with an emphasis in Spanish, dance, and vocal performance from Birmingham Southern College, Jessica served as a political appointee for a year and a half at The White House presiding over the President's domestic and international volunteer missions including work with the Peace Corps, the American Red Cross, AmeriCorps, and celebrity and corporate philanthropy. It was founding and chairing her own non-profit at 18-years-old, P.R.A.I.S.E., Inc.(Promoting Responsibility, Awareness, Integrity, Service, and Education), which impelled her into that role after passing first ever character education legislation in the Alabama State House, HB 673, and subsequently, for the first time ever, passing character education funding in the Alabama State Budget with the help of state law makers. For her service, she was awarded the President of the United State's Service Award for over 4,000 hours of community service. Governor Bob Riley of Alabama wrote a resolution acknowledging her service to Alabama, and the City of Center Point in Birmingham, Alabama named May 21 "Jessica Headley Day" in recognition of her work with the local schools. With her non-profit and the Miss Alabama Program (MAO), where she placed as 3rd Runner-Up and as a preliminary winner, she spoke with more than 150 corporations and community organizations while also emceeing and performing at events.
After her time at The White House and placing as a runner up in Miss DC (USA), Jessica chose to combine her ardor for academics and the arts with her longstanding fervor for news. She began working for a foreign dignitary in NYC while also training with Fox Network News for close to a year in both New York City and Los Angeles. She then served as a live general assignment reporter for NBC Montana while also filming and editing and then moving to Los Angeles to cover an investigative piece while getting published on The Huffington Post and serving as a live general assignment reporter with KUSI in San Diego.
Having trained as a dancer for 23 years, practiced the art of singing, and grown up in the 'sports central' South, Jessica loves the outdoors, music, foreign films, horseback riding, the philosophy and history of great wines and cuisine, performance cars, and the science of organic and holistic nutrition as it changed her life.
While greatly treasuring family, friends, and her Great Pyrenees dog Dakota, she has an affinity for understanding the various cultures, religions, and politics throughout San Antonio, the state, nation, and world. If you ever want to invite Jessica on an adventure be it a speedway, your community, or to jump out of a plane, do so as she may beat you to it or do a feature report on it!
Cleto Rodriguez - Reporter
Born and raised in San Antonio, Texas, Cleto Rodriguez is living his lifelong dream of becoming an elite stand-up comedian.
Rodriguez has been performing since 1995 and has worked with comedians George Lopez, Carlos Mencia, Daniel Tosh, Wayne Brady, Brett Butler, Tim Hawkins and Bob Smiley. He has even opened for living legend B.B. King.
Rodriguez performs nationwide in comedy clubs, corporations, colleges and churches. He was chosen as the comedian for the 2008 Promise Keepers events in seven U.S. cities.
Rodriguez connects with audiences by relating everyday life experiences. Anything and everything is fair game, from marriage mishaps to the challenges of dieting. His comedy is high-energy, observational and hilarious with a brilliant Latino twist.
He has strong San Antonio roots going back to his grandfather, San Antonio native Cleto Rodriguez I, who was one of Texas first Congressional Medal of Honor winners. Rodriguez also contributes his time and talents to the community by helping raise money for disadvantaged youth and the homeless.
From clean comedian to TV personality, you can catch Rodriguez daily as the latest morning personality on News 4 San Antonio Today.
Jaie Avila - Co-Anchor/Reporter
Jaie Avila is weekend co-anchor and an Emmy award winning investigative reporter with the News 4 San Antonio Trouble Shooters unit.
Jaie's investigative stories have had a big impact on San Antonio. His investigation into towing company practices led city officials to reduce the amount those companies can charge you to get your car back. Another investigation exposed a San Antonio school official who was stealing tens of thousands of dollars from the district. After Jaie's story the official was fired, charged with fraud, and ultimately agreed to pay the money back. Then there was the hidden-camera investigation that caught city utility workers literally sleeping on the job.
Before coming to News 4 San Antonio in 2004, Jaie spent eight years reporting in Los Angeles for KABC-TV and KCBS-TV. During that time he covered the O.J. Simpson civil trial, the North Hollywood Shootout and the Kobe Bryant sexual assault case.
Jaie began his on-camera career at KXAN-TV in Austin, where from 1991 to 1994 he was a weekend anchor and general assignment reporter. During that time he covered the Branch Davidian standoff, the Luby's cafeteria massacre and political stories from the state capitol. Jaie was also an investigative reporter at KNXV-TV in Phoenix where he was named "Reporter of the Year" by the Associated Press for his investigation into food stamp fraud.
Prior to beginning his on-air career, Jaie worked as a writer/producer for KCAL-TV in LA, as a researcher for Good Morning America, and an assistant producer at FOX 11 in Los Angeles.
When he's not chasing a story, Jaie is usually chasing after his three young kids, who keep him and his wife Jessie very busy. The sixth member of the family is Milo the cat, a survivor of the Bastrop fires, who the family adopted, and who was also the subject of one of Jaie's stories.
Grace White - Weekend Anchor/Reporter
Grace White is an Emmy award-winning Anchor and Reporter for Fox San Antonio & News 4 San Antonio. Shes followed San Antonio doctors to Africa, reported live from the coast as hurricanes come ashore and even spent the night in the Bexar County Jail to bring viewers an inside perspective.
It was Graces series of special reports on rising immigrant deaths on the border that won her a Lone Star Emmy. The Texas Associated Press Broadcasters have also recognized her work on numerous occasions. In 2012, she traveled to the Democratic National Convention to cover San Antonio Mayor Julian Castros keynote address. Grace has also traveled to the battleground state of Iowa to interview Senator Ted Cruz.
Before coming to San Antonio, Grace worked for KLFY, the CBS affiliate in Lafayette, Louisiana and WEAR, the ABC affiliate in Pensacola, Florida. She also appeared as a live guest on CNNs Anderson Cooper 360 when a gunman killed 10 people in Alabama.
Grace graduated from The University of Mississippi with a degree in Broadcast Journalism. During college she interned at KTRK, the ABC affiliate in Houston and at the White House. After college, she traveled to Guatemala and Singapore as a member of the White House Press Advance Team.
When she's not chasing stories, Grace is in the kitchen. She loves to bake and her homemade chocolate chip cookies have a way of winning over hearts. Grace also enjoys volunteering with her church and exploring San Antonios beautiful backyard, the Hill Country.
Siobhain Anders - Meteorologist
Meteorologist Siobhain Anders comes to News 4 San Antonio with long-time ties to San Antonio and an intimate understanding of the complex weather unique to South Texas. She was born and raised right here in San Antonio, and as a fifth generation Texan she loves to use the phrase "Ya'll".
A graduate of Alamo Heights High School, she earned her B.A. in Journalism from Trinity University. She then moved on to Mississippi State University where Siobhain's long, hard hours of studying paid off when she earned a degree in Broadcast Meteorology. If Siobhain looks familiar, there's a good reason. For the past 13 years, she's worked at several television stations from the Rio Grande Valley to San Antonio, making her mark with precision forecasts. Siobhains first love is weather, but her second love is the entertainment field. She covered the entertainment beat for nearly five years. Some of her favorite interviews were Prince Charles, Reba, Peter Jennings, and Shirley MacLaine.
Siobhain's family has lived in Texas for five generations! She passed her trademark red hair onto her two daughters, and now her family is nicknamed "Red Head Central." In her spare time, Siobhain is a realtor and runs her father's flooring business. The family loves to ride horses together, dance and swim. They also love to travel as a family and are looking forward to many great vacations in the future.
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David Chancellor - Sports Anchor/Reporter
David Chancellor is the award-winning sports anchor for News 4 San Antonio. Chancellor was awarded the 2008 Associated Press Best Sportscast and Best Sports Story.
Through the years, he has been fortunate for his work to be recognized by his peers, winning several awards for his work including a 2003 Texas Emmy for Best Sports Reporter. He's also been honored with a Katie Award from the Dallas Press Club in 2002, and Associated Press in 2002.
David is a native of San Antonio, who attended Lee High School. He also earned his bachelor's degree from Trinity University.
He married Aubrey Mika Chancellor in December 2007.
Shelly Miles - Host, San Antonio Living
Shelly Miles is the host of San Antonio Living on 4 San Antonio.
Shelly graduated from Northern Arizona University with a degree in broadcast journalism and communications in 1996. She attended school on a speech and debate scholarship, and was a nationally ranked debater. Shelly started her career at the campus-run news program at NAU and interned at KNAZ, the Flagstaff NBC affiliate.
After graduating, Shelly spent her time as a country radio DJ and Music Director.
Shelly is deeply involved in the San Antonio community. She has been honored by many non-profit organizations for her contributions, and was named Fiesta Queen of the Vine by the Brighton School.
Shelly spends her free time with her husband, a San Antonio native, and her two daughters. Shelly is a native of Southern California and likes to head back there for a break when it gets too hot in Texas.
Interesting Fact: Shelly is a "Dance Mom" similar to the ones you see on TV - only worse! Learn more about Shelly and talk dance with her on her fan page...
Claudia Garofalo - Co-host, San Antonio Living
Claudia is a professional singer, and radio and televsion personality. She co-hosts the energy-packed 'Miles in the Morning' morning show on Y100, and is the newest addition to the San Antonio Living team.
With a passion for music and the entertainment industry, Claudia tapped into radio and television at the young age of 18. She served as a radio and television personality with Univision Broadcasting Group. She was best known for gracing the airwaves on The Beat 98.5 and KXTN 107.5
Claudia was cast on a national reality television show 'Nuevas Voces de America' in 2005. Hand-picked by music mogul Emilio Estefan himself, Claudia worked under Estefan Productions and Telemundo Television in Miami, Florida. Claudia also participated in American Idol, season 7, making it all the way to the Hollywood round.
Born and raised in Del Rio, Texas, in 2008, Claudia served as a journalist for the Del Rio News-Herald. She was well known for her feature stories and strong photography skills.
An active performer, Claudia is a registered songwriter and has released two professional albums under the Universal Mexico music label and MP of Miami, Florida. She has also performed the National Anthem for the San Antonio Spurs.
Claudia's biggest joy in life is her 5-year old daughter Avah, and husband; News 4's Michael Garofalo. On their spare time, they enjoy outdoor sports and road trips.
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Esteban Solis - Correspondent, San Antonio Living
Esteban joined the station in 2013 as a freelance correspondent, and considers the career move a huge positive change in his life. Eventually, he made his way to the hosting chair, and now brings viewers news, entertainment and lifestyle segments every morning on San Antonio Living.
Esteban has covered countless stories since he first came to the station, but says his very first assignment was the most memorable. He spent seven days exploring two resorts in Mexico, and got completely immersed in the stories and culture. That assignment has been hard to top.
In his free time, Esteban spends as much time as possible with his family. One of his favorite places is the family ranch in La Salle County. It is there that he enjoys his hectic version of R&R.
Esteban is a San Antonio native and also spends time mentoring young people in the area. He shares his personal story of how he overcame the obstacles in his life, in the hope that others may think about how their current choices will impact their future. Esteban considers it a privilege to speak to at-risk youth, and welcomes the opportunity to make a difference in his community.
Alanna Sarabia - Host, San Antonio Living
From big name stars like Rachael Ray, Carrie Underwood and Joel Osteen, to local celebs like Sebastian De La Cruz, Alanna Sarabia has shared just about every kind of story with the people of San Antoinio. She is the entertainment reporter and co-host for morning lifestyle shows, San Antonio Living and Daytime at Nine. Chances are, if there is Hollywood gossip buzzing around, Alanna has already heard it. Leave it to this lady to give you the daily trending topics from Beliebers, to the once club-bouncing Pope Francis.
Alanna began her career in television right here in San Antonio. She graduated from Texas State University in 2011 with a degree in Electronic Media and Communications. While in school, she was a member of the Zeta Tau Alpha social sorority, and Student Foundation. She interned at WOAI her last semester of school, and impressed the staff so much that she landed her first job! Alanna became a freelance reporter, and served as the "Fiesta Insider" during Fiesta 2011.
She may be from Dallas, but Alanna has strong ties to San Antonio. She served as Miss San Antonio 2009, promoting her platform of educating the city on the importance of being responsible pet owners, and shes a former NBA Spurs Silver Dancer. She also held the title La Reina de La Feria de las Flores 2012 for Fiesta San Antonio and raised $25,000 to give to the Parent/Child Scholarship.
Got a story idea or a question you want to ask? Alanna would love to hear from you.
Denise Cabello - Correspondent, San Antonio Living
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Kaitlyn Munoz - Correspondent, San Antonio Living
Kaitlyn Muoz is a correspondent for San Antonio Living on 4 San Antonio.
Kaitlyn, a San Antonio native, began her career in the television industry at the young age of seventeen. After a visit to the CBS affiliate, Kaitlyn shadowed the staff and mentored under the Executive Producer. Upon graduation, she furthered her education with an internship at KENS.
Kaitlyn acquired her first full-time production position upon the relaunch of Daytime at Nine on FOX San Antonio in May 2012. After a year and a half as an Associate Producer, Kaitlyn was quickly promoted and is now the youngest lifestyle producer in San Antonio.
She enjoys being behind the scenes, but her lively personality and infectious smile on air cannot be ignored. You can catch her on camera as a correspondent and co-host on a regular basis. She loves to cover an array of lifestyle-esque stories, from Hollywood gossip, to events that help raise money for local nonprofit organizations.
If you ask Kaitlyn about her favorite part of the job, the answer is easy. She loves the ability to be creative and to help people get the word out about their stories.
In her spare time, Kaitlyn is in the kitchen cooking or baking for her friends and family. She also spends a lot of time in Zumba, CX, and body pump classes. Kaitlyn may be a girly girl but she will always have a special place in her heart for the San Antonio Spurs.
Emily Baucum - Reporter
Emily Baucum joined the News 4 San Antonio team in March 2012. She was born and raised in San Antonio.
Emilys reported for CBS affiliates in Tulsa, OK; Springfield, MO; and Lansing, MI. She was one of the first reporters in Joplin, MO, just hours after a deadly EF-5 tornado leveled a third of the town in May 2011. Her career started behind the camera as a freelance field producer at CNNs Chicago bureau.
She graduated high school from Keystone School in the historic Monte Vista neighborhood. Emily then attended Northwestern University where she earned a Bachelor of Science in Journalism from the Medill School of Journalism, with a second major in political science.
Randy Escamilla - Reporter
Randy Escamilla is one of San Antonio's best known and credible veteran journalists. His enthusiasm for journalism began at a young age and hes been involved with the profession since graduation from high school.
Randy is known for advocating on behalf of viewers and communities facing challenges. Randy gets results for our viewers and is sometimes forced to confront public officials in scandalous situations.
Meeting new people every day is one of the perks of the job he relishes.
Prior to coming to News 4 San Antonio in 1992, Randy was the weekend anchor at KVIA-TV; the ABC affiliate in El Paso.
He is one of the nations few working journalists who also holds the Accreditation in Public Relations credential administered through the Universal Accreditation Board and the Public Relations Society of America.
His most notable jobs in public relations were with the Sisters of Charity of the Incarnate Word in San Antonio and with the Communities Putting Prevention to Work program that focused on the nations anti-obesity initiative. His work has taken him to Mexico, England, France, Zambia, and Peru.
Randy holds a Bachelor of Journalism Degree from the University of Missouri in Columbia and a Master of Professional Studies Degree in Strategic Public Relations from George Washington University in Washington, D.C.
When hes not at work, Randy enjoys working out and traveling the world.
Ashlei King - Reporter
It has been Ashlei Kings lifelong dream to report in her hometown of San Antonio, so you can only imagine how excited she was when she got the call to pack her bags and come home.
Ashlei was born in Italy and lived a large portion of her childhood in Germany. She moved to Schertz when she was eight and is a Samuel Clemens High School graduate.
Ashlei earned her bachelor of Journalism degree from the University of Texas at Austin. During her freshman year at UT, she was a member of the co-ed cheerleading squad. She cheered for the Texas Longhorns football team and mens basketball team. She also ran hurdles for two years on the UT Track & Field team.
Ashlei kicked off her career in Austin, where she served as the CBS-affiliates UT Reporter. She was also the Assistant News Director for Texas Student Televisions KVR News.
After graduation, she worked for KTXS in Abilene. During her time in Abilene, she won a Texas Associated Press Award for deadline editing.
Before returning to the Alamo City, Ashlei spent two years in Tulsa, Oklahoma working for the CBS-affiliate. While in Tulsa, she covered a variety of stories from tornadoes to devastating wildfires that torched hundreds of homes. Her most memorable moment was when she did a live interview on CNN with Don Lemon about a racially motivated shooting spree in Tulsa.
During Ashleis spare time, you can find her hanging out with her family, eating at hole in the wall restaurants and then working off the calories at the gym. If you see her out and about, dont hesitate to say hello and if you have any story ideas, send them her way.
Cameron Cox - Sports Anchor/Reporter
Cameron Cox is the utility player for News 4 San Antonio; or in job terms, he's the package deal - sports producer/reporter/anchor - all in one. Passionate about sports, being able to tell stories is what drives him. He sticks to the idea that "every story should be treated like a movie trailer and to always entertain the viewer."
Currently in his second year with WOAI in San Antonio, Cameron has been sent solo all over the country to cover various sporting events, including the Spurs-Warriors NBA Playoff series in San Francisco, the Texans-Patriots divisional playoff game in Boston, Pro Football Hall of Fame inductions in Canton, Ohio, as well as several games and events featuring the Cowboys, Texans, Aggies, Longhorns, major boxing fights, professional soccer, high school sports and more.
Being a sports anchor is something Cameron has wanted to do since he was 9 years old, and the dream started when his dad took him to the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo. There, Cameron met Mario Gomez, who is currently still a Meteorologist for KHOU in Houston. Mario spent some time between his shows to show the wide-eyed 9-year-old some of the secrets about being in front of the camera and then allowed him to play in front of the green screen during his weather forecast. Fast forward to now, Cameron still remembers how much of an impact that interaction had on him.
Cameron, a proud Texan, born and raised in Houston. He was a part of the first graduating class from Atascocita High School in 2008, where he played football and ran track. From there, he attended Eastern New Mexico University in Portales, NM, where he played football for the Greyhounds and became a main member of award-winning teams at KENW News 3 - New Mexico and Rooney-Moon Broadcasting.
During his free time, Cameron enjoys playing all sorts of outdoor sports, lifting weights at the gym, collecting and watching movies and walking his girlfriend's Chihuahua.
To keep up with Cameron, stay tuned for updates on CameronCoxTV.com, follow him on Twitter @CamCox4 or email him at firstname.lastname@example.org
Kristina De Leon - Reporter
A true South Texas native, Kristina De Leon was born in San Antonio. After graduating from MacArthur High School, she double majored in Psychology and Sociology from the University Of The Incarnate Word.
Kristina began her on air career in Laredo at KVTV. She spent nearly three years as the weekend, then noon show anchor. There, she covered the drug cartel, immigration issues and often reported from across the border.
Kristina spent nearly five years as the morning show anchor/reporter for KIII-TV in Corpus Christi, Texas. During that period, she stood on the front lines of three major hurricanes.
Before moving back home to San Antonio, Kristina spent a year in the Valley at KGBT-TV as a reporter, producer, and anchor.
The Emmy-nominated morning reporter was honored by the San Antonio Police Department and Bexar County Sheriffs Office with merit awards. She was also recognized by the SA Crime Coalition and is a graduate of the FBI Citizens Academy.
Kristina was also a featured alumni in the University of the Incarnate Word's campaign.
When her ailing mother was in need, Kristina donated a kidney. The procedures were documented as a feature series on News 4.
Currently, Kristina is enrolled in grad school, earning a Masters degree in Communications from the University of the Incarnate Word.
You can watch Kristina weekday mornings as either a reporter or Fill-In Anchor for the show.
Lauren Lea - Reporter
Lauren Lea is an Emmy Award-winning general assignment reporter for News 4 San Antonio and Fox San Antonio. She joined the team in June 2010 and she is ecstatic to be back home in Texas.
Lauren has covered wildfires, floods, ice storms and even a hurricane, but she enjoys meeting the people of San Antonio and telling their stories the most. She loves being a "storyteller," but you'll also find her covering breaking news throughout the city and the surrounding area. Her stories have resulted in policy changes in both a local school district and a hospital system.
Lauren grew up watching the news and she loves working alongside some of the same people she watched while she was still in school. She is a Boerne High School graduate and she majored in broadcast journalism at the Schieffer School of Journalism at Texas Christian University. Lauren is a proud Horned Frog!
Her first reporting job was in Wichita Falls, Texas and her next stop was in Little Rock, Arkansas.
Lauren has been honored with Houston Press Club Lone Star awards and a Texas Associated Press Broadcasters award in 2014.
In her free time, she enjoys exploring the Hill Country, spending time with her family and trying new restaurants. She and her husband are the proud parents of two dogs, Porkchop and Squeaker.
Jozannah Quintanilla - Reporter
Jozannah Quintanilla is a 13 year veteran of television broadcasting. After anchoring and reporting from South to Central Texas she is proud to call San Antonio home. You may recognize Jozannah because she has been reporting in the market for the last 5 years.
"I'm so proud to be part of such a credible and highly respected news team," said Jozannah. "I'm thrilled to be reporting for the San Antonio community on the 5, 6 and 6:30 newscasts."
A native Texan, Jozannah was born and raised in the small town of Kingsville just south of Corpus Christi.
"I grew up watching the news with my dad, and every time a reporter would be live with big news he would tell me that's going to be you one day. I never doubted I would do just that. I was born to perform for an audience and started acting in major theatre productions at the university at the age of 12. "
Everyone told me it was going to be a tough business It reality hit when I was first sent to cover violence across the border. I knew it was the job for me when I began doing stories that were making a difference in peoples lives, Jozannah replied.
Jozannah was one of the first reporters on the scene of the South Padre Island Bridge Collapse just before 9/11. When she anchored and reported in the Waco-Killeen-Temple market she was one of the first to report on the Fort Hood deployments at the start of the war on terrorism.
Ill never forget the men and women who left their families behind to go to war and will always do my best in reporting the stories on our military heroes, Jozannah expressed.
Jozannah anchored and reported in Corpus Christi for several years and then moved to San Antonio as a news reporter.
"I knew immediately San Antonio would be my permanent home because of all the wonderful people," Jozannah said.
Among her most memorable stories, Jozannah will never forget her interview with Mr. Las Vegas, Wayne Newton. She remembers the excitement from covering President George H.W. Bush's visit to Crawford. But perhaps the time she felt 100% pure adrenaline was being in the middle of Hurricane Ike.
Jozannah is a graduate of Texas A&M University-Kingsville, where she earned her degree in Communications/Radio/TV.
Melissa Vega - Reporter
Melissa says it's a dream come true to be back home reporting the news in her own community. She grew up in Seguin and graduated from Seguin High School. Melissa was bitten by the journalism bug in high school and the rest is history.
Melissa went on to study journalism at Sam Houston State University in Huntsville, Texas. She's a proud graduate of the Dan Rather School of Communications.
Melissa began her career in Corpus Christi working for KZTV-TV. There she worked as a reporter and was later promoted to main anchor. Melissa also worked as an main anchor for KGBT-TV in the Rio Grande Valley. Melissa's career also took a leap outside the Lone Star State. She worked at KOAT-TV in Albuquerque, New Mexico, where she focused on consumer and investigative reporting.
She is thrilled to be back at home and close to family and friends.
"There's no place I'd rather be," says Melissa.
Melissa is happy to donate her time to charity causes in the community. She's a member of the National Association of Hispanic Journalists.
When she's not chasing stories, Melissa is spending time with her husband Robert and their three rescue dogs.
Melissa is always looking for a great story to tell. So if you have an idea, she'd love to hear from you.
Stacey Cameron - Investigative Reporter
Stacey Cameron is an Emmy Award-winning investigative reporter, as well as a constitutional and intellectual property attorney. His investigations have changed laws in Kansas and Missouri, forced high-ranking politicians to resign in Oklahoma, and exposed safety hazards inside West Virginia coal mines.
Before joining News 4 San Antonio in May of 2014, Stacey covered the news and broke investigations in Kansas City, MO; Raleigh, NC; Oklahoma City, OK and Charleston, WV. The Academy of Television Arts & Sciences, the Associated Press, the Society of Professional Journalists, the Oklahoma Press Association, the Kansas City Press Club and the Missouri and Kansas Association of Broadcasters have all recognized Staceys reporting.
Prior to his career in journalism, Stacey practiced law in Cincinnati, St. Louis and New York City, litigating constitutional, trademark, and copyright matters before the federal and state bar. Stacey holds a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and Criminal Justice from Indiana University, a Juris Doctor from Syracuse University, and a Masters of Laws in Intellectual Property Law from the Benjamin Cardozo School of Law in New York City.
When hes not in the newsroom working his next investigation, you can find Stacey behind his Pearl kit practicing the drums or reading the literary works of Norman Mailer, Charles Bukowski and Jack Kerouac.
Gary Cooper - Reporter
Gary was born and raised in Del Rio, Texas and has watched San Antonio news while growing up in the southwest Texas border town.
Ill admit, when I started I wanted to be the guy on teevee, says Cooper.
After studying Political Science and Journalism at Texas State in San Marcos, Cooper soon found himself working behind the scenes at the CBS affiliate in San Antonio (KENS).
From there, Cooper landed his first on-air position in Shreveport, Louisiana with KTBS 3.
It was while I was in Shreveport were I fell in love with shooting and telling the best story I could. The craft is so much more engaging than sitting in a cold studio. There was a lot of paying dues, but it was an experience I will never forget, adds Cooper.
After 13 months in northwest Louisiana. The management at KENS at the time offered Cooper a chance to come home.
Now, Cooper is with News 4 San Antonio.
Still unreal to be doing what I want to do in one of the best places to live in: home.
Cooper says he enjoys a good cup of coffee and discussing a good story.
Sylvia Rincon - Reporter
Sylvia Rincon cant believe how much the news industry has changed since her broadcast career began nearly two decades ago.
Sylvia was born and raised in San Antonio, where she attended Highlands High School (go Owls!) and the University of the Incarnate Word. She graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Communications/Pre Law and was a Fellow at the Washington Center in D.C.
Sylvia began her broadcast career in radio, and then made the jump to television. Shes covered natural disasters, including hurricanes Rita, Ike and Katrina, and historical events including
President Barack Obamas 2013 inauguration. She loves covering breaking news and state politics, but the stories she finds the most memorable are about the people of San Antonio. This job is truly a dream come true, says Sylvia. I am honored to have such a great career.
Sylvia is an advocate of epilepsy awareness, child abuse prevention and health education. She is an AP award winner and has been nominated for a Rocky Mountain Emmy.
When shes not chasing down a story, Sylvia loves to spend time with family and friends. She has an army of loved ones, including her parents, who still live on the southeast side of San Antonio, where she grew up. She shares her life with her four dogs and her best friend Dave. She loves to travel and collect pictures and postcards from her journeys. Sylvia says she puts her relationship with God above all else, and her ultimate goal is to make a positive difference in the world with her reporting.
Robert Price - Reporter
Robert Price joined the News 4 San Antonio news team in March 2011 as a general assignment reporter. The San Antonio native is thrilled to return home and be close to family and friends.
After graduating high school from TMI, Robert headed west and earned degrees in Broadcast Journalism and Spanish from the University of Southern California. (The USC/Texas 2006 National Championship game is still a sore subject for him.)
He broke into the news business in America's "heartland" as a Weekend Anchor/Reporter at KHAS-TV, the NBC affiliate for central Nebraska. While there, he received awards from the Nebraska Associated Press and the Nebraska Broadcasters Association.
He then moved one state over to Iowa, working for the CBS and FOX affiliates in Cedar Rapids. His arrival coincided with the massive flooding of 2008 that devastated several communities, and much of his news coverage there focused on the struggles to rebuild, which continue to this day.
A huge fan of warm weather (and non-fan of subzero temperatures), Robert is thrilled to return to the 70/80/90-degree temperatures of San Antonio. He hopes to keep his extensive collection of winter clothes in storage for the foreseeable future.
When hes not out reporting, Robert likes to absorb pop culture by reading magazines and watching movies and television. And of course, he faithfully and fanatically roots for his Spurs, Rangers, Cowboys, and Trojans.
Jennifer Saucedo - Reporter
Jennifer was only four years old, living in her native Brownsville, Texas, when she first got bitten by the reporter bug while watching the news with her mom. Her mother says Jennifer
pointed to the anchors and said, "That's what I want to do!" She moved to San Antonio when she was nine. Jennifer's passion for journalism began her freshman year at Holmes High School,
where she was a sports writer and co-editor for the school newspaper. During her junior year, she was one of 16 San Antonio students selected to be part of the "Urban Journalism Workshop", a
journalism "boot camp" for high school students. Jennifer's story was featured in the San Antonio Express News.
Jennifer later attended San Antonio College and Texas State University, where she majored in Broadcast Journalism and Criminal Justice. While interning in the state capital of Austin, she
covered the funeral of former Texas Governor Ann Richards. Jennifer first broke into the television business at KTXS in Abilene, where she was the crime and courts reporter. One of her most memorable stories was interviewing a man in jail accused of killing a police officer. During the interview, he confessed and asked the officers wife and 3-year-old daughter for forgiveness. In West Texas, Jennifer also covered the raid of the polygamist compound in El Dorado.
Jennifer joined Fox San Antonio in November 2008. During the week, you can catch Jennifer reporting, working the assignment desk and writing for Fox News at Nine. When Jennifer is not at work, she loves to spend time with her beautiful daughter Idaly and husband, Roberto. She has two wonderful parents and two brothers, one who serves in the Army. If you see Jennifer out and about, please say hello.
Erin Nichols - Reporter
Erin Nichols was born and raised in San Antonio, and shes thrilled to have the opportunity to report in her home town.
Erin joined the Fox San Antonio news team in 2013. Before that, Erin was honing her skills as an anchor, producer and reporter in Beaumont, Texas.
Erin attended Providence High School and then the University of the Incarnate Word, where she graduated Magna Cum Laude with a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Communication, with a concentration in journalism and international studies.
During her college courses, Erin interned at Fox San Antonio, and made such an impression the station decided to make her an offer. She was hired as freelance on-air talent and served as the band cam reporter for Thursday Night Lights. She was also the host of the Weekend Movie Spotlight.
Erin also interned at FOX 5 in Washington, D.C., as part of the Fund for American Studies. She attended the Institute on Political Journalism and studied economics and media ethics at Georgetown University.
After graduating from UIW, Erin went on to work at Fox 4 KBTV in Beaumont, Texas as the weekend anchor, producer, and a reporter. While in Beaumont, she was honored by the Texas Medical
Association for bringing awareness to ovarian cancer. She was also recognized by the Southeast Texas Press Club for her investigative and feature work.
Erin is a Texas girl at heart and loves her San Antonio Spurs. However, when it comes to football, she's a New Orleans Saints fan. (Who dat?!) She loves movies, old and new, and enjoys playing the piano in her spare time.
Erin is always looking for story ideas! If you have a story or a concern, please send her an email.
Sheila Gray - Special Correspondent
Special Correspondent Sheila Gray reports on issues affecting women and families in Sinclair Broadcast Groups Family 411 reports.
Sheila is a native of Columbus, Ohio and studied at the prestigious Scripps School of Journalism at Ohio University, graduating Magna Cum Laude. She began her career in Charleston, West Virginia, eventually being named the 6 & 11 p.m. anchor at WSAZ-TV. She was recognized by the West Virginia Associated Press for her reporting.
Sheilas next stop was in Cincinnati, Ohio, where she co-hosted the Fox 19 Morning News. She is happy that her alarm is no longer sounding at 2:30 a.m., and is looking forward to this new chapter in her career, and a new broadcasting family with Sinclair.
Sheila and her husband Ric are the parents of four children, Kasey, Kari, Katie, and Kari.
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Kai Jackson - Special Correspondent
Kai Jackson is a veteran journalist with more than 27 years of experience covering local, national and international news as well as stories for affiliate and network television news.
He's currently a national correspondent for Sinclair Broadcast Group. Previously he was an anchor and reporter for 20 years at WJZ-TV in Baltimore.He's covered some of the biggest stories of our day including the September 11th attack on America.
Jackson is the co-founder of a film company called DocYourmentary dedicated to telling unusual and untold stories of people and history.
He's a member of several professional organizations including: The Society of Professional JournalistsThe National Association of Black JournalistsThe International Documentary AssociationKappa Alpha Psi Fraternity
Kai received his Bachelor of Arts Degree in English from South Carolina State College. He received a Masters Degree in Film from American University.Kai is an avid gardener and reader and practices Shotokan Karate. He and his wife live in Maryland with their two daughters.
Kristine Frazao - Special Correspondent
Kristine Frazao is an Emmy award-winning journalist, with more than a decade of on-air experience. As the National Correspondent for Sinclair Broadcast Group, Kristine
delivers the top political stories of the day, along with investigative reports on government waste, fraud and abuse.
Prior to joining the Sinclair news team, Kristine was the White House Correspondent for RT America. She covered the 2010 and 2012 elections, both on the road and in Washington, and anchored nightly newscasts on RT for three years. During her time at RT, she reported extensively on the impact of hydraulic fracturing or fracking in Pennsylvania, as well as the tragic rate of teen suicide on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation in South Dakota.
Kristine was born and raised in San Diego, where she also worked for four years as a general assignment reporter, working for the Fox affiliate (XETV) as well as the NBC affiliate (KNSD). It was there that she received an Emmy for her coverage of the wildfires of 2007.
Kristine got her on-air start working in beautiful Savannah, Georgia at WJCL/WTGS, where she served as the political reporter, covering local government leaders. She also traveled to Gulfport, Mississippi to cover the damage and devastation from Hurricane Katrina.
Kristine loves living in the Washington, DC area and covering politics. She spends her free time traveling, reading and going on adventures with her black lab, Chomsky.
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Fabian Juarez - Photojournalist
As a kid, I loved to go out and shoot videos. I would always gather my friends and shoot anything from music videos to staged action sequences. After graduating high school, I attended Texas State University and started working for The University Star. The University Star helped me hone my skills as a videographer and as an editor. Before graduating, I applied for a part-time position at KABB as a Production Assistant. After two years, I became full-time and was offered a Photojournalist job at KABBs sister station WOAI.
Working at WOAI has taught me the importance of peoples stories. I love that we strive to bring the most out of every story. I truly believe the people we talked to make the story and I only put it together for everyone to see.
I currently am engaged, have three beautiful dogs, and renovating our house. My journey has only begun here at WOAI, but I hope to expand and pursue my career to the fullest. I love my job and couldnt ask for anything better.
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Erica Guevara - Producer/Social Media Rep
Erica Guevara is the social media personality for News 4 San Antonio Today weekday mornings from 4:30 - 7 a.m. She connects with you online and on-air regarding the timely topics and issues that have people talking. She is also the producer of San Antonios longest-running lifestyle show, San Antonio Living, weekdays at 10 a.m.
Erica has spent most of her career on both sides of the camera, and is passionate about telling real people stories. She has called Texas home for many years, working with TV stations in Corpus Christi, the Valley and, of course, San Antonio. Erica was also the producer and entertainment personality for the lifestyle program Arizona Midday, with KPNX (NBC) in Phoenix. An avid feature writer, she was also responsible for producing packages and overseeing coverage related to the station's many community endeavors including: Komen For The Cure, Valle Del Sol's Profiles of Success, Hispanic Chamber of Commerce Gala and the Season For Sharing non-profit fundraising campaign.
During a brief break from the biz, Erica added another layer to her TV experience, working for a national public relations firm. As a publicist, she secured coverage for clients on major outlets including the Today Show, CNN, CNBC and FOX News. It was then when Erica developed an interest in social media trends. She has since also become a popular mommy blogger with her family product picks and TV gift guides.
A Bronx, New York native, Erica is a graduate of the State University of New York at New Paltz. She is thrilled to raise her family in San Antonio, her husband's hometown. Erica has also volunteered her time with the local Boys and Girls Club, Big Brothers Big Sisters, the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, and is an active member of her church.
Chat with Erica each morning when she shares your comments or gives you a friendly shoutout!
World Car Sky 4 - Helicopter
World Car Sky 4 is the most technologically sophisticated piece of news gathering equipment used by News 4 San Antonio. World Car Sky 4 can send live video and audio back to the station from nearly all parts of South Texas. The chopper seats up to four people, but two are usually aboard for news coverage.
Selena Garza - Executive Producer Weather
Selena Garza is the Executive Producer for News 4 San Antonio's 4 Zone Weather team.
Selena grew up right here in San Antonio and earned a BA in Communication from St. Mary's University. Selena's primary responsibility is producing the weather portions of the newscasts. She specializes in the technology that weather folks use on air. As a weather guru she translates complex forecast computer models and Dual Polarization Radar images into easy to understand weather graphics you see on TV and WOAI.com.
Selena also specializes in writing weather-related stories and how it effects you and your family. Working closely with her second family, John Gerard, Albert Flores, and Siobhain Anders, Selena thrives on making sure every piece of weather equipment is used to its fullest, giving the latest details as to what's going on right now and what you can expect in the future. It is important to Selena to not only keep up with the latest and greatest in the meteorological industry, but to use technology to help viewers better understand how the weather affects them. So Selena works closely with computer technicians to create images that have never been seen before.
When storms threaten, she makes sure you can get your latest up to the minute weather updates online, on the radio, through Weatherline, Twitter, Facebook, and, of course, in our newscasts. "I can't control the weather, but I can help plan your day around it, explains Selena. You not only get the forecast, but I can give you as much detail as possible so you know what and when to expect it. Feel free to call or email Selena anytime you're planning an event, a wedding, a birthday party -- or even if you just want to know the forecast. She loves helping San Antonians plan their day around the weather.
Selena spends her spare time with husband Cary (where she gets the last name Garza). Selena's heritage is Chinese. Selena and Cary have two beautiful children. She spends most of her weekends at CYO games watching her kids play soccer, basketball and T-ball. If you ask her whats her all time favorite thing to do, shell tell you watching scary movies!
You'll see Selena on air occasionally, especially during severe weather when we'll mic her up as she helps the weather team track the storms.
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Kiko Martinez - Blogger
Kiko Martinez is a local film critic and writer. He earned his degree in journalism from Our Lady of the Lake University in 2003 and has been writing reviews and articles on film since 2001 for a number of different publications and websites across the U.S.
Kiko has interviewed everyone from Dakota Fanning to Bill Maher and hopes to one day pick the brain of his favorite director P.T. Anderson. He has never met a movie he wont watch and prides himself in giving all cinema its fair chance to impress him.
When he's not at the movies, Kiko is on the computer updating his website www.CineSnob.net where he posts his latest film reviews and celebrity interviews.
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Jerrod Kingery - Blogger
Jerrod Kingery is the web master for News4SA.com.
Jerrod is a native of San Antonio, a graduate of John Marshall High School and a product of the Radio/TV/Film department at San Antonio College. Jerrod got his start in the TV industry working in master control at KABB/KRRT all the way back in 2000. In 2002, he moved downtown to the engineering department at WOAI. Jerrod became web master of News4SA.com in 2013.
You may recognize Jerrod from his appearances on San Antonio Living, the News 4 San Antonio Spurs Roundtable, and as the host of the movie review segments streamed on News4SA.com, or maybe from his appearance (with a puppet) on an episode of "Conan" in 2012. In his spare time, Jerrod writes film reviews, blogs for News4SA.com, and tries his hand at film making.
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Josue Campos - Photojournalist
Josue Campos was born in Nuevo Laredo, Mexico. He began his career in television in Corpus Christi, Texas in 2004 at KIII as a production assistant. With absolutely no experience he was asked to shoot a football game. Shortly after the football game experiment he was asked to train and join their news team as a photojournalist. Since then he has gained much experience by observing his peers and through self study.
Josue moved to San Antonio in 2009 and joined the WOAI family in April of 2012. He is planning to go back to school and pursue his Bachelors Degree in Communications/Journalism. He enjoys playing basketball, volleyball and Golf. His passion is in photography, acting and the opportunity to meet new people everyday. San Antonio is now home and he looks forward to working with and meeting the great people of San Antonio.
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Eric Johnson - Reporter
There is something really special about working for the news in your hometown. I love San Antonio, and working for News 4 San Antonio as allowed me to truly get to know every inch of the city. Everyday, I get to fly and drive all over the place, meet new people and discover new places both inside and out!
I have two wonderful parents, Brent and Sherry who have always supported me and I love them very much. My two younger sisters Jessica and Robin graduated college from St. Mary's University and they are both two of the smartest and strongest young women that I have ever known. I am so proud of both of them. I have a huge extended family, and almost all of them were born in San Antonio too. They go work and go to schools here, and they are all apart of who I am as a person.
Before graduating from college, I got an internship at News 4 San Antonio. After my first day, I knew I was hooked and couldn't wait to come work here! Now I get to fly around the city in World Car Sky 4, and help keep you informed and safe. Every morning Captain Dan and I get up before the sun and make sure the road ways are looking good for the morning commute.
My best News 4 San Antonio moment is a special one. On my very first, big time assignment I ran into a girl I went to high school with and always liked. We are now married and very happy together. On the ground, and in the air I will be there whenever there is something you need to know about San Antonio.
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Lalo Garcia - Director of Photography
Born and raised in the Lone Star State, News 4 WOAI Director of Photography Lalo Garcia came back to South Texas after covering news all over the country. Lalo has been on the front lines of some of our nation's largest news events such as September 11th, Anthrax scare in Washington D.C, Presidential Races, and toughed it out through several Hurricanes.
Lalo has worked at KLDO, KGNS, KVUE, TXN, News 8 Austin, USATODAY, and has freelanced for networks such as CNN, NBC, Discovery Channel and The History Channel to name a few. He is the recipient of an Emmy, NPPA and several Associated Press awards.
Originally from Laredo, Lalo now calls San Antonio home. Lalo and his wife Dora love San Antonio and they keep very busy with their sons and daughters.
Luis Escamilla - Operations Supervisor/Roving Camera Photojournalist
Luis Escamilla is the News 4 WOAI Operations Coordinator. A South Texas native, Luis has worked in television news for 17 years. Through the years Luis has covered events such as the Anthrax scare in Washington DC, presidential elections in the US and Mexico and lived through several hurricanes along with many local major stories.
Together with his operational duties Luis also reports on traffic,road conditions and breaking news for News 4 WOAI Today.
Luis and his wife have been calling San Antonio home since joining WOAI well over a decade ago. When he is not busy doing Road Cam reports Luis and his wife enjoy a busy family life with their daughters.