Jeff Wright

Jeff Wright

KLTV/KTRE Content Producer

Jeff Wright came to KLTV in Jan. 2013. He is currently a content producer for KLTV/KTRE, writing content for KLTV and KTRE digital platforms, as well as for television. Jeff has served as a jack-of-all-trades by producing Good Morning East Texas, writing breaking news and engaging content for KLTV.com and KTRE.com, and mostly recently produced East Texas News at 4.

Jeff was born in Henderson and has lived in East Texas all his life! He graduated from Tyler Junior College in 2012 before transferring to University of Texas at Tyler, where he studied in the mass communications program.

Jeff is married to his college sweetheart, and the couple are welcoming their first child in Nov. 2018.

You may email Jeff at jwright@kltv.com when it comes to questions or comments, and especially for story ideas.


Recent Articles by Jeff

  Nurse who serves in nation’s COVID-19 hotspot says Texas has much to learn

  East Texas families go on ‘bear hunt’ scavenger during COVID-19 pandemic

  Nacogdoches County health officials set up COVID-19 call center

  Nacogdoches ISD begins weekday meal delivery routes for students

  Distillery in Nacogdoches switches focus from spirits to hand sanitizer to address shortage

  Lufkin daycare temporarily closes after parent of child tests positive for COVID-19

  East Texas businesses launch to-go, delivery services as Gov. Abbott orders temporary closures

  Nonprofit in Nacogdoches offers financial help to laid-off workers during COVID-19 pandemic

  Pharmacy in Nacogdoches among services offering delivery, curbside pick-up for customers in need

  Angelina County Fair canceled due to COVID-19 fears: ‘We must all be part of the solution, not the problem’

  Senior living center in Lufkin begins screening visitors amid COVID-19 concerns

  Nacogdoches ISD takes advantage of Spring Break to deep clean schools

  Brazos Transit District increases sanitation practices amid COVID-19 spread

  Nacogdoches political parties sticking to convention schedule despite COVID-19 concerns

  Lufkin first responders receive specialized training for Alzheimer’s patient response

  Nacogdoches hospital creates protocol to prepare for possibility of coronavirus spread

  Construction on major U.S. 59 flyover project ‘moving along well’, TxDOT Lufkin says

  Group dedicates benches in Banita Creek Park to thank participants in Home Garden Tours

  Nacogdoches County ready for Super Tuesday voter turnout: 'We’re prepared for 50 or 5,000 a day’

  Crockett police chief: Silver alert discontinued after vehicle found; no sign of missing woman

  SFA professor shares concern for friends, colleagues in China amid coronavirus

  Nacogdoches Shriners hope to benefit from IHOP Pancake Day

  Marshall native, legendary boxer George Foreman in Nacogdoches for film festival

  District unveils plaque dedicated to burned Jacksonville high school

  Vulgar messages spray-painted on Fuller Springs Missionary Baptist Church

  Annual TxDOT campaign reminds Lufkin students to ‘Click it or Ticket’

  Regional water planning group focuses on preparing for future needs of East Texans

  Lufkin city officials stress importance of being counted in 2020 Census

  Lufkin city manager testifies in favor of Texas cities keeping online sales tax revenue

  Mabank native stranded in China during coronavirus outbreak: ‘It’s like something out of a horror movie’