Myra Arthur Biography
Myra Arthur is a famous American journalist. Currently, she is working as a reporter and presenter for KSAT 12 News. Myra was the first host to broadcast the November 5, 2019 Fort Hood shooting, in which 32 people were injured and 13 died.
On that fateful day, Myra spent more than seven hours at anchor. She previously served as a weekday evening presenter for She KCEN-TV, which takes place at She Waco She Temple-Killeen Her Market.
Myra Arthur Age
Myra Arthur was born on August 28th in Kentucky, USA in the mid-80s, she looks to be about 36 years old, but has not disclosed her year of birth.
Myra Arthur Height
Her Arthur average height is 5 feet 7 inches (about 1.7 meters).
Myra Arthur Family
She was born in America and grew up with her supportive and hardworking parents. As for her family, Myra prefers a private life not revealing details about her siblings or her parents. Therefore, this information will be updated whenever her Myra publishes.
Myra Arthur Husband
She is happily married to her adorable husband, but her husband’s identity has not been made public. Myra and her adorable husband are blessed with two wonderful sons. My second son was born on May 18, 2020 and my first son was born in 2017. In December 2020, her husband and eldest son tested positive for coronavirus some time ago, her husband had no symptoms, but his eldest son had a mild fever.
Myra Arthur Education
She attended Ronald Reagan High School, after which she attended Southern Methodist University in Dallas, where she earned a journalism degree.
Myra Arthur Salary
Myra’s annual salary is $98,500, which is the equivalent of a KSAT 12 news reporter/anchor salary.
Myra Arthur’s Net Worth
With her estimated net worth of $1 million, her career as a reporter and anchor for KSAT 12 News is her main source of income.
Myra Arthur Career
Currently, Myra works as a reporter and presenter for KSAT 12 News. Myra was the first host to broadcast the November 5, 2019 Fort Hood shooting, in which 32 people were injured and 13 died.
On that fateful day, Myra stayed at anchor for over seven hours. She previously served as a presenter on weekday evenings for She KCEN-TV, which is held at She Temple-Kireen Her Market in Waco. During her service, she reported on tragic events that changed central Texas and the entire country. She was also a morning presenter and reporter for Corpus Christi, where she discovered her love of research and consumer reports. She understands that the best stories are those that have consequences for the voiceless.
Myra Arthur Bell’s Palsy
In 2018, Myra was discovered to have Bell’s palsy. Before her diagnosis, her left face could not move, the left side of her smile disappeared, and she could not close her left eye and blink. Myra said she was amazed at the help she received from viewers who knew someone who had or was suffering from Bell’s palsy. Bell’s palsy is primarily caused by the virus that causes herpes labialis, and Myra had been battling the flu and pneumonia for a month before Bell’s palsy developed.