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

  Face coverings, flexible scheduling headline SFA’s plans for Fall 2020 semester

  Workforce Solutions reopens Lufkin and Nacogdoches offices ahead of key dates for unemployment benefits

  Restaurant inspections resume as more eateries reopen in Nacogdoches

  Task force examines logistics, safety for returning SFA students

  Attorneys: Illegal arrest, traffic stop quota systems ‘widespread’ among DPS

  Search efforts resume near area missing 79-year-old Carthage man was last seen

  East Texas airman promoted via FaceTime by retired Air Force dad

  Census workers in Lufkin taking every precaution while canvassing during COVID-19

Sonic Drive-In locations in Lufkin offer free meal, N-95 mask to first responders

  Angelina County considers impact COVID-19 may have on Nov. election process

  Ellen Trout Zoo in Lufkin reopens many exhibits on limited basis

Crews rescheduled to remove overhead power lines as part of U.S. 59 flyover project

  Community outreach organization in Lufkin still open to those in need despite change in operations

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

Debris removal project scheduled to begin in Polk, San Jacinto counties on Tuesday

  Retailers in Nacogdoches cautiously welcome customers back to reopened businesses

‘I’ll be seeing you’: U.S. Air Force Band leads worldwide classic song collaboration

Gov. Abbott on alcohol to-go sales in Texas: ’We may just let this keep on going forever’

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

Crews to remove overhead power lines as part of U.S. 59 flyover project

  Disaster relief teams help Polk County storm survivors with tornado recovery

  Nacogdoches County judge adjusts to life in quarantine as family recovers from COVID-19

  Healthcare admin: ‘There’s no one-size-fits-all’ to reopening hospitals, Texas economy

  ‘Adopt a senior’ groups benefit graduating high school students across East Texas

  Carnival industry uncertain about its future amid COVID-19: ‘It’s been quite the rollercoaster’

  Pulmonologist examines spread of COVID-19 in Nacogdoches County

Rep. Schaefer calls on governor to reopen business, increase healthcare during pandemic

  Customers flock to poultry farm in Angelina County during COVID-19 shortages

  Police: Seven chainsaws stolen from Fish & Still in Lufkin

  ‘You’re my hero’: Church draws uplifting messages on sidewalk outside Lufkin hospital