San Diego Sports Anchor Returns to the Station After Shooting

KFMB Sports Anchor Kyle Kraska returned the station yesterday (last day of sweeps) for a visit.

It was his first since he was gunned down just outside his SoCal home.

Kraska showed up at the station wearing a ballcap, jeans and sneakers. The only visible sign of the Feb. 10 shooting was his bandaged left hand.

Kraska was released from the hospital one week ago after spending four days in a medically-induced coma.

Mike Montana has pleaded not guilty to attempted murder charges in the shooting. His preliminary hearing is set for April 30.

Montana faces at least 37 years to life in prison if convicted.

Kraska was shot six times including once in the torso and once in the abdomen, prosecutors said in court.