Erin Wides joined the KTRE News 9 team in December of 2019 as a Reporter/MMJ.
Erin grew up in Saint Louis, Missouri (Go Blues, Go Cardinals!). In May 2019 she graduated from the University of Central Missouri with her bachelor’s degree in digital media production, with an emphasis in digital journalism.
While in college, Erin was the features editor for the award-winning school newspaper. She enjoyed telling stories involving the shakers, doers, and change-makers in the community.
She has worked as a Production Assistant at FOX4 in Kansas City and most recently worked as the Communications Associate for Eden Theological Seminary in St. Louis.
In her free time she enjoys playing soccer, watching TedTalks, and playing guitar.
Erin is excited for her next adventure in Texas and to better learn about and share the stories of East Texas.
If you have any story ideas or just want to talk, feel free to email her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
“When I first got the phone call it took me probably a whole day for it to really sink in because I’ve never seen my dad in a vulnerable position in my life,” Sellars said. “He’s alway been like superman.”
One shop in Tyler has a large enough space that they haven’t had to make capacity changes. The House of Wynne Antiques and Gifts are seeing an increase in sales this holiday season, despite the rollbacks.
The United States Marine Corps Reserve and volunteers spent the weekend at Walmart collecting toys for those in need. Organizer Brian Crews said it’s important to let the public know their mission by attracting attention.
The Angelina County and Cities Health District has been looking at their supply and delivery chain, and working with local providers who have signed up to be a vaccination provider, according to Administrator Sharon Shaw.