Stefante Randall

Stefante Randall

KTRE Reporter

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

Recent Articles by Stefante

  Darmy’s Place of Recovery to offer addiction rehab, soft skills for post-recovery transition

  Lufkin City Council approves Citizens Chamber of Commerce’s first step toward new facility

  City officials explain zoning request process for property owners

  Local and state law agencies participate in coordinated crime conference at Angelina College

  City council approves zone change for property of former Lufkin Country Club

  Ellen Trout Zoo seeking approval from city council to receive anti-venom to treat snake bites

  Veteran outreach program tackles tough topics during community meeting in Lufkin

  Caddo Mounds Tribal members return to Alto for the first time to participate in workshops and discuss ways to move forward

  DETCOG receives regional award for their Rural Transportation Voucher Program

  New facility relocating DETCOG from Jasper to Lufkin set for year-end opening

Sheriff’s Deputies searching for suspect who broke into and stole first responders truck

  Nacogdoches Sheriff’s Office investigating incident shooting incident at Hill’s Drive-Thru

  Angelina College Police Academy to host Coordinated Crime Conference

  Several months later, contractors work to repair homes in Alto

  Area Agency on Aging hosts “Power in Community” event

  Law enforcement puts out warning against ‘Blue Bell-licking’ copycats

  Local animal rescue organization selected as one of six finalists to participate in nationwide grant

  Central ISD chosen by NASA to present protective helmet design at Langley Research Center

  City of Nacogdoches gearing up for Fourth of July Freedom Fest

  Lufkin ISD finalizing construction plans for three major school bond projects

  Vietnam-era veterans in Lufkin invited to pick up free copy of commemorative Vietnam War 50th book

  TxDOT officials continue to work and help with tornado debris clean up in Alto

  WEBXTRA: TxDOT continues clean-up after Alto tornadoes

  Groveton EMS still recovering a year later after fire

  Lufkin animal shelter help find home for dog whose owner allegedly zip-tied its mouth shut

  Lufkin church to host luncheon honoring law enforcement, first responders in community

  Local first responders, parents respond to safety seat belt covers created by Australian mother

  Lufkin interim fire chief on future of department: ‘I don’t expect any great changes’

  CEO of Burke set to retire after 29 years

  Travel agencies warn East Texas residents to take precautions in Dominican Republic