T'Ebonie Tanner

T'Ebonie Tanner


East Texas

T’Ebonie Tanner joined the KTRE News 9 team in November of 2019 as a Reporter/MMJ.

T’Ebonie was born in Kansas, but raised in Jasper, Alabama. She graduated from the University of North Alabama where she earned her bachelor’s in communications: multimedia journalism. While at UNA, she interned for WAFF 48 News station in the sales department.

Before moving to Texas, T’Ebonie was a production assistant for ABC 33/40 News in Birmingham, AL.

T’Ebonie is a member of the National Association of Black Journalists (NABJ) and Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Incorporated.

She enjoys reading, spontaneous road trips, trying out new food places and spending time with loved ones. She is excited to call East Texas her new home and to report on the stories that matter most.

To send her stories ideas, email her at ttanner@ktre.com


  • University of North Alabama, Commmunications

Recent Articles by T'Ebonie

  As Election Day approaches, Lufkin voters have 3 choices for mayor’s position

  Lufkin COVID-19 survivor home after spending 3 months in hospital

Houston County residents release blue balloons in honor of child abuse victims

  Houston County sheriff honors Investigator Christian after his untimely death

  Family irate after accused killer of Sabine County teenager released on bond

  East Texas 5th grader raises $10K for fallen DPS officer’s family at Houston County Youth Fair

  Groveton ISD student selected in top 3 to advance to National Trumpet Competition

  Clean up process is underway at Atoy First Baptist Church after devastating storm

  Lufkin Police catch alleged truck thieves in Burke

  Student gathered over 1,000 pounds of trash, logged 73 hours in effort to clean up Nacogdoches

  Nacogdoches hosts Exceptional Kids Rodeo for special needs children

Lufkin’s Deep East Texas food pantry works to overcome food insecurity among locals

Central High School senior started competing at Angelina County Fair at age 6

  San Augustine County leads East Texas with 23 percent of people vaccinated

  Angelina County commissioner resigns citing shifting priorities

Some azalea plants in Nacogdoches were affected by February’s winter weather storm

  Lufkin’s Salvation Army receives canteen to help staff respond effectively when a disaster hits

  Crews work to expand sidewalks in the city of Nacogdoches

  Resale store in Center reopens months after damage from Hurricane Laura

  New emergency placement house will help foster children in Angelina County

City of Nacogdoches officials plan brush collection pickup to start on Monday

  Lufkin church hosts free community giveaway for those in need

  Alto board members address winter storm damage plans

HOMECOMING: New Alto athletic director returns to alma mater

  San Augustine County receives $3.9 million grant, plans to build storm shelter

  City of San Augustine’s water restored, strike crews working to check for leaks

  Lufkin NAACP investigating claims of racial discrimination at Lufkin ISD

City of Lufkin works with TCEQ, planning burn site for storm debris

  East Texas family adopts dog that had been in animal shelter for 7 years

  Volunteers work to clean up debris on new Impact Lufkin property after winter storm