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From the time she was a young girl, Ann had aspirations of being a journalist.
She began paying attention to news and current events at a young age, and was always asking questions.
Ann joined the KGNS News Team in January of 2006 as a reporter and weekend anchor. She then became the anchor on the KGNS morning newscast, where she stayed for just over a year. Ann then went on to anchor KGNS News at 5pm, 6pm and 10pm, where she’s been for the past six years. She also serves as the Executive Producer, and plays a role in producing and writing for the newscasts.
Prior to being with KGNS News, Ann was a reporter and anchor with KVTV-CBS 13 in Laredo for two years.
Ann Hutyra is from West, Texas, a small Czech town off of I-35 near Waco. She is a 2002 graduate of Our Lady of the Lake University in San Antonio, where she received her Bachelor of Arts in Broadcast Journalism with a minor in English.
While in college she interned at KSAT 12 in San Antonio and spent a summer with TV Azteca in Queretaro, Mexico. Ann was also a reporter and anchor for her college television newscast on KOLL TV, and a staff writer for The Lakefront newspaper.
Some of her most memorable stories she’s covered include President George W. Bush’s visit to Laredo, and more recently, the aftermath of the tornado that struck Moore, Oklahoma.
In her free time Ann is a competitive runner, loves Dallas Stars hockey, traveling, reading, yoga, and spending time with her husband, daughter, and two dogs.