Out the Door in Sacramento

A longtime Sacramento Anchor is signing off Today and waiting on his agent (God) to see what's next? 

Bryan May is being bounced from the Tegna owned KXTV Today after 17 years at the station. 

When asked on Twitter what he will do next, May responded, “Not sure what’s next. Yes, I am a Christian, which is why I know this is His plan.”

In an interview Wednesday afternoon, May said he was informed by management a few weeks ago that his contract option wasn’t going to be renewed for next year.

May, from Beaumont, Texas, came to KXTV as a fill-in sports anchor in 1999 and then was hired as a full-time news photographer. Starting in 2000, he worked as a general-assignment news reporter. He became a sports anchor and reporter in 2003.

“For me, being in the locker room when the San Francisco Giants won three World Series (in 2010, 2012 and 2014) was fantastic,” May said. “I’ve been in the last two NBA Finals with the (Golden State) Warriors. … I’ve covered five Super Bowls and four World Series. I can’t complain about the assignments and what I’ve been able to cover.”

May’s wife, Melissa Crowley, ABC10’s former traffic anchor, left the station in March. She is teaching broadcast journalism at Inderkum High School in the Natomas Unified School District. May said he hopes to find another opportunity in the Sacramento market.

H/T Sacramento Bee