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Neaves leaves KENS for anchor job at WLTX

Alicia NeavesReporter Alicia Neaves is leaving KENS after spending two years at the San Antonio CBS affiliate. Today is her last day.

She’s moving to South Carolina to become weekend evening anchor and reporter at CBS affiliate WLTX-TV in Columbia, also a TEGNA station.

She starts the new job December 13.

Prior to joining KENS, she was a a bilingual reporter for NBC affiliate NewsWest 9 and Telemundo 20 in Odessa, TX, covering border issues from 2013 to 2015.

She started her career in production at WOAI News 4 San Antonio in 2011.

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