Alex Leroux

Alex Leroux

KLTV Reporter

Alex Leroux joined the KLTV/KTRE news team as a reporter in November 2018.

In the words of Journey; Alex was born and raised in ‘South Detroit.’ She was born in Michigan but grew up in Amherstburg, ON, the only part of Canada south of the United States.

Alex is a proud alum of Wayne State University in Detroit and loves her Detroit sports teams.

Her passion lies in sharing stories and bringing people together.

She enjoys sports, food, singing obnoxiously in the car, talking to people and spending time with friends and family.


Recent Articles by Alex

Parents may see longer pick-up lines at school

  East Texas Komen ‘More Than Pink’ walk happening virtually

East Texas families reunite after months of being separated due to the pandemic

Smith County Officials: Paramedic caught with hundreds of child porn images

Stay-at-home orders could impact health insurance rates

  East Texas best friends beat the odds and mark a milestone together

East Texas school districts to decide whether at-home students are UIL eligible

  How zoos are keeping their guest, their staff, and their animals safe

UIL issues calendar change for marching bands

  East Texas lawyers haven’t seen an increase in divorces, but how they happen has changed

NJCAA votes to move football, other fall sports to spring

TEA releases transportation guidelines; parents, schools react

  Assisted living center in Tyler discusses challenge of COVID-19 prevention

  Next Normal: Dating during COVID-19

New program offers help for struggling children in East Texas

TEA funding to recover from the COVID-19 shutdown not ‘additional’ money

Next Normal: College Orientations Offer Online and In-Person Options

Woman gets job at nursing home to see her mother

The Next Normal: Giving birth during COVID-19 pandemic

  EastTex Regional CERT looking for volunteers

  East Texas airman promoted via FaceTime by retired Air Force dad

Restaurant owners react to phase 2 of re-opening Texas

Nurse who returned from COVID-19 hotspot in New York shares experience working on frontlines

East Texas families benefit from increase in SNAP funding, online shopping options

High schools in East Texas prepare for graduation

  Salon, barbershop owners have mixed feelings about governor’s announcement

  Texans urged to shop online for tax-free emergency supplies

  East Texas fire departments help celebrate girl’s 3rd birthday

East Texas Food Bank distributing food boxes every Friday

Health centers in East Texas receive almost $6.4 million in COVID-19 relief funds