Sylvia Rincon, 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. She’s covered natural disasters, including hurricanes Rita, Ike and Katrina, and historical events including President Barack Obama’s 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 she’s not chasing down a story, Sylvia loves to spend time with family and friends. Her ultimate goal is to make a positive difference in the world with her reporting.
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