Michael Gibson loves television news. His drive and determination to always come away with a real story has helped him win numerous Associated Press awards and a Regional Edward R. Murrow honor.
Michael was born in Odessa, Texas, and grew up in Houston. He graduated from Sam Houston State University and within weeks began working at his first television station. Over the years, he has anchored and reported the news in Texas and Alabama.
Some of his most memorable stories include the Shamu attack in San Antonio, a story that received worldwide attention after his vacation turned into a work assignment. One of the killer whales at Sea World in San Antonio stopped performing and went on attack. Michael and his family ended up appearing on national news shows.
He also covered the Republic of Texas standoff in Big Bend, and of course reported from ground zero during Hurricane Harvey.
Michael enjoys sports, music and writing song lyrics. He also loves going on vacations with his wife Tomi and their three children.
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