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Renee Santos is an American journalist working as a reporter for KNSV/News3LV. She was born and raised in Fresno, Carolina.
Here, she attended the Carolina State University, Fresno, and graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree in Broadcast Journalism. Renee has the energy for recounting stories, considering authorities responsible and finding solutions for the network.
She’s a diehard Raiders, Lakers and Dodgers fan. Renee wants to cook, move and home base with her canine named Emily.
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She was born and raised in Fresno, Carolina. More information about her age will be updated soon.
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Renee Santos Career | Renee Santos KNSV/News3LV
Renee Santos is an Emmy-assigned Reporter eager to be nearer toward the West Coast.
She started her news coverage profession as an MMJ/Sports Anchor down on the U.S Mexico fringe in Laredo, Texas.
She went through two years there before moving to San Antonio, Texas where she was a General Assignment Reporter.
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July 10, 2019
Articles by Renee Santos KNSV
‘I love you Ms. Nash’: Community honors mother, son, and daughter shot in North Las Vegas
A bullet hole serves as a tragic reminder of what happened outside a convenience store on Lake Mead and Simmons Sunday night.
“He didn’t just take one family member, he took three,” a family friend said.
Police say a suspect allegedly shot four people from the same family. Only one family member survived the shooting, a mother, son, and daughter passed away.
Coworkers, friends, and family identified the mother as Susan Nash.
They say she loved her kids, students, and community and was a teacher’s aide at Desert Pines High School.
“They say the good die young, so now it’s your time to go,” one student said.
Notes tied around a wreath from students read, “I love you Ms. Nash” and “God called you home”.
Monday night, candles blew in the wind as the community honored Susan and her two children.
DeShario Bankston a family friend says all he can do to remember Susan was to sing.
“That’s all Susan ever asked me to do was sing,” Bankston said.
Although there are no words for what happened, he says the pain the community feels right now is too much.
“Sometimes tragedies bring people together people need to understand this is not what it takes, this is not what it takes,” Bankston said.
Family desperate for answers after mother of four goes missing
It’s a situation a local family never thought they would be in; begging for their loved one’s safe return.
Emma Villarreal and Mariana Medina say their sister 36-year-old Rosalia Medina went missing last week.
They say she left behind her four children, the youngest just five-years-old.
Mariana says everything was going well for Rosalia, she was happy.
“Lately she’s just been so full of life and good and then out of nowhere my mom calls and is like hey your sister is gone,” Mariana said.
The family says recent unusual bank activity off Boulder Highway have them now concerned for her safety.
They say Rosalia’s debit card was used at Boulder Station and Arizona Charlies.
“A lot of ATM transactions,” Villarreal said.
Vague text messages also have them worried.
One sent Monday asked Rosalia to call them.
The response said, ‘give me an hour’ but no call.
Rosalia also goes by the name Rosie. She’s 5’3 has brown curly hair and wears glasses.
The sisters hope she’s found soon.
“We just want you home, that’s it nothing matters nothing else that she’s ok, come home,” the sisters said.
Anyone with information is urged to contact Metro’s Missing Persons Detail at 702-828-2907 or Crime Stoppers at 702-385-5555.