Christian Terry. Christian is a native of Houston, Texas and was born in 1993. He comes to KLTV from KAUZ in Wichita Falls, Texas. He graduated from Dallas Baptist University with a degree in broadcast.
While at KAUZ, he worked for almost two years. When he is not working, he enjoys fishing, exploring cities and towns, storm chasing, and just hanging out with friends.
The Texas Forestry Museum reopened its doors for the first time since the pandemic. It’s completely remodeled, has new exhibits and lots of fun for the whole family. Museum director Kendall Gay says a lot of hard work was put into the exhibits
The Nacogdoches Chapter of the National Society of Daughters of the American Revolution celebrated the chapter’s 95th anniversary. Over the decades, members have celebrated principals which shaped the city and its education. Today the service was celebrated.
As Baylor University celebrates its first NCAA championship win in men’s basketball, one Baylor graduate is also celebrating, and reflecting on another year where the Bears very nearly accomplished the same thing.
In response to the recent lifting of Governor Abbott’s COVID-19 safety protocols regarding public gatherings and with full and enthusiastic support of city council, the City of Nacogdoches is pleased to announce the immediate return of public events as well as the resuming of park and pavilion renta
An East Texan was electrocuted when his truck came into contact with a power line. This happened around nine this morning off of Owl road, near Diana in Upshur county. Deputies came to the remote cattle ranch off Owl road on a call that initially didn't make sense.
The pandemic led to the cancellation of last year’s Nacogdoches Pro Rodeo and Steer Show. This year the possibility threatened to repeat itself, but organizers are confident it will go forward on March 25-27 at the Nacogdoches County Exposition Center.