Khyati Patel

Khyati Patel

KTRE Reporter

Khyati Patel joined the KTRE news teams in December 2016. She is originally from Houston, but loves the piney woods the Lufkin market brings.

Before she started the news industry, Khyati was an early childhood teacher and an Admissions Director at a private school in Houston. She loved the classroom because it constantly kept her active. She then worked in College Station as a Digital Content Producer.

Khyati holds a double Bachelors of Arts from the University of Houston in Broadcast Journalism and Political Science. She also earned her certification in early childhood education.

Prior to starting in Lufkin, Khyati interned at KPRC-TV in Houston. Her internship helped her challenge with new ideas. She was often trusted by producers and assignment editors with plenty of tasks.

When Khyati isn’t working, you will find her running outdoors, cooking meals, and shopping for jewelry. If you have a story idea for Khyati, please feel free to email her.


Recent Articles by Khyati

  Flag burial ceremony held in Angelina County in honor of Flag Day

  Multiple school districts attend grant workshop in Lufkin

Diboll police arrest Houston murder suspect

  Group participates in Teen Police Academy hosted by Angelina County Sheriff’s Office

  Texas raises tobacco buying age to 21; military members exempt

  Tornado recovery efforts continue in San Augustine

  Habitat for Humanity dedicates its biggest home in Angelina County

Alto Police Department gives community chance to honor officer who died on duty

  'A day of dumping’: Angelina County Landfill Day is Saturday

  Area Agency on Aging to host health fair at Lufkin Civic Center

  Future of dairy farm business uncertain in Alto

Grand opening announced for Lufkin micro-brewery

  Competency hearing for woman charged in nephew’s death enters fourth day

  Preliminary report shows scope of tornado damage in San Augustine County

Hudson family hauls 12-foot alligator to home

  Day 3: Competency hearing continues for Angelina County woman charged in nephew’s drowning

  Initial assessment shows scale of tornado damage in Alto, Caddo Mounds

  Angelina County judge supports state senate leader denouncing marijuana bill

  San Augustine couple survives while inside home when tossed in air by tornado

Lufkin billiards champ to turn 103 Saturday

A week after Alto storms, community teams together for Easter Egg hunt

  Adult killed, several people injured in Tyler County church bus wreck

ANRA conducts tests water at Neches River, collects samples

  Mission Tejas State Park historic log homes unscathed from storms

  WEBXTRA: Clean up effort continues in Houston County in wake of storm

East Texas schools make recovery efforts

  Texas cursive writing requirement goes into effect next school year

  Angelina County Commissioners approve health outcome analysis

  Woden ISD seeks $8.6M bond for security, campus upgrades

  Lufkin City Council approves option contract for prospective company