Stefante Randall

Stefante Randall is a multimedia journalist for KTRE in Lufkin, Texas. She is from Palmetto, Florida and is excited to be back in the south. She graduated from the University of South Florida, where she earned her bachelor’s in communications (Go Bulls!) and her certification in broadcast news from the Connecticut School of Broadcasting in Tampa. Before moving to Texas, she was a multimedia journalist for two years at KIMT News 3 in Mason City, Iowa where she edited, produced and anchored. Prior to that, she worked as a web producer for the ABC affiliate in Sarasota, Florida. While in college, Stefante interned in the USF Athletics and Marketing department and WTSP 10. She is a member of the National Association of Black Journalists and Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Incorporated. She loves being involved in the community, shopping and spending time with loved ones. She is excited to call Lufkin home and to report on the stories that matter most to East Texans. To send her stories ideas, email her at stefanterandall@ktre.com.

Recent Articles by Stefante

TxDOT hosts state-wide truck parking workshop at Angelina College

Angelina College hosts statewide truck parking strategy, safety meeting

Lufkin Police Department get approval to submit a grant to DETCOG for new SWAT helmets

Lufkin man accepts plea deal that killed motorcyclist while driving under the influence in 2018

Lufkin community leaders and members honor Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

WEBXTRA: City of Lufkin honors Doctor Martin Luther King, Jr. with march, program

Museum of East Texas display artwork of students for livestock rodeo school art competition

Lufkin Fire Department receives grant for new equipment

WEBXTRA: Lufkin Fire Department gets $100K to upgrade equipment

CISC helps those impacted by government shutdown

Volunteers needed for Hospice in the Pines

Angelina County Community Supervisions and Corrections Department lay off employees due to budget cuts

WEBXTRA: Layoffs at Angelina County community, correction support department

Wells construction project raises concerns for local businesses

Lufkin High School creates Soul to Soul Initiative Program for African American students

WEBXTRA: Soul to Soul initiative hopes to help African-American students succeed

Dental memberships offered to help patients without health insurance

Students learn about the dairy industry through mobile classroom

WEBXTRA: Lufkin students learn about dairy foods, industry

Local animal shelter see decrease in animals being returned