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Adam King Biography

Adam King is an American multimedia journalist and reporter at News 4 WOAI & KABB FOX 29, Sinclair Broadcast Group, San Antonio, Texas. He writes, shoots and edits stories important to San Antonians. King is an experienced morning anchor with a demonstrated history of working in the television industry. Passion for delivering news while connecting with the audience on all platforms of media.

Adam King Age

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Adam King Career

Adam started his career at KOTA-TV, the ABC affiliate in Rapid City, South Dakota. He started as an assignment Reporter and eventually produced and anchored the weekend evening newscasts and worked his way up to become the Anchor of Good Morning KOTA Territory, the station’s daily morning news program.

King grew up in Amherst, Ohio (just outside of Cleveland) and went to Bowling Green State University, where he was a sports reporter and anchor for BG24 Sports, a reporter for BG24 News and hosted a daily sports talk radio show “The King’s Court” on WBGU 88.1FM. Adam interned for Fox19 in Cincinnati as well as NBC4 in Columbus. He was with Fox19 Now for 2 years before joining the KFVS team.

When king is not looking for the latest stories, He is usually helping others as a CF-L2 and CF Gymnastics Certified Trainer. Adam is also a major sports fan, starting with the Cleveland Browns and Cleveland Cavaliers. He is also on a personal quest to find the best Tacos Al Pastor in San Antonio.

News by Adam King

In 2012 George Herbert Walker Bush was quoted as saying his wife Barbara was the “number one person in his life.”

Their love and commitment inspired an entire nation and it all started when they were just teenagers.

“I have climbed the highest mountain in the world, but even that cannot hold a candle to being Barb’s husband.” George said.

The love of a lifetime starting during their Christmas break in 1941 at the Greenwich Country Club’s annual Christmas dance.

“I could hardly breathe I thought he was so beautiful,” Barbara said.

A relationship even withstanding the times of war, keeping up their relationship through letters, thoughts, and tributes.

His son, George W. Bush, said he never forgot his reason for fighting.

“He would complete 58 combat missions, these were tough days, and if you look closely at the photographs of the planes he flew you will find you will find what kept him going is the name he had painted under his cockpit… Barbara.” Bush said.

“It should be simple for me to tell you how desperately happy I was to open the paper and see the announcement of our engagement, but somehow I can’t possibly say all in a letter I’d like to.” George said.

Married weeks after his return from service, Barbara stood beside, not behind her husband as he rose through the political ranks.

The two aged gracefully together, celebrating anniversaries as they did everything else, together with family.

And after celebrating their 73rd on January 6th, and holding his wife’s hand until the moment she passed in April the former first couple now, will be re united again.

Mister Bush was asked by his granddaughter in 2012 who he’d like to see in heaven when is time comes, and his answer was almost immediate.

“If Barbara precedes me, I’ll probably go with her.”