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Recent articles by Erin:

WEBXTRA: Reward offered for information leading to arrest of Trinity ISD burglary suspect

The Trinity County Crimestoppers is offering a $1,000 reward for information leading to an arrest in connection to a school burglary. → Read More

Lufkin couple continues to monitor symptoms as part of Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine study

The Moody couple of Lufkin has been participating in the study and have not yet shown any signs of COVID-19. → Read More

Lufkin couple continues to monitor symptoms as part of Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine study

The Moody couple of Lufkin has been participating in the study and have not yet shown any signs of COVID-19. → Read More

Lufkin couple continues to monitor symptoms as part of Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine study

The Moody couple of Lufkin has been participating in the study and have not yet shown any signs of COVID-19. → Read More

J.D.’s Center of Hope hosts socially distant Thanksgiving event for guests

Socially distant games, a hot meal, and fellowship are what those at the J.D’s Center of Hope were serving up this afternoon for their eighth annual Gobble Gobble event. → Read More

WEBXTRA: New food truck rolls into Lufkin

LUFKIN, Texas (KTRE) Lot 402 opened this week in the parking lot of Lufkin Floors Unlimited. Owner, Travis Koehn says, when the pandemic hit, he left his job and decided to follow his dream. Now he is serving up homemade, fresh burgers, chicken sandwiches, wings and more from his food truck Monday-Friday 11 a.m. until 2 p.m. KTRE’s Erin Wides dropped by to check it out. → Read More

Lufkin students’ experiment being tested on the International Space Station

Shariah Jackson and Abdeel McGrew are eighth graders at Lufkin Middle School who’s flight experiment is scheduled to be sent for testing on the International Space Station in December. → Read More

COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations on the rise in Angelina County

With schools returning to in person learning, Halloween gatherings, and cooler weather, these are all reasons we could be seeing an increase in cases according to Health District Administrator Sharon Shaw. → Read More

Resident hopes Unit Road System will bring better road maintenance to Angelina County

Dirt, clay, and white rocks are what some residents drive over, daily, on Fenley Flat Road. → Read More

Statistics show high youth voter turnout in 2020 presidential election

This year voter turnout has surpassed the 2016 presidential election and with just election day left, reports have also shown the increase in voters 18-29 years old. → Read More

Adaptive dance class in Nacogdoches teaches students motor skills, more

A new class of dance recently began in Nacogdoches. Inside the studio they are creating avenues for students of all abilities. → Read More

Lufkin primary school using ‘Smart Cycles’ to better engage students in learning

The cycles engage students through visible, physical, and audible elements. → Read More

City of Lufkin hires law firm to help with Census review

The 2020 Census count recently ended but there is still work to be done. The City of Lufkin has hired a law firm to help with the 2020 census review. → Read More

Group giving back to woman who helped orchestrate much of East Texas hurricane clean up

Recovery groups are still hard at work and a group is giving back to a woman who’s helped orchestrate much of the East Texas recovery efforts. → Read More

Hudson ISD incorporates materials to help visually impaired students

October is Blindness Awareness month. The goal is to teach people about blindness and focus on self-advocacy for people who are visually imparied. → Read More

East Texas transit service offers free rides to polls on Election Day

Voters can get free rides on all fixed-route services on Nov. 3. → Read More

Political signs being stolen from Lufkin yards

With just two weeks until the November third election neighbors and political parties are seeing more and more yard signs being stolen. → Read More

Texas Forestry Association 106th conference going virtual

It’s not strange to hear about an online conference in 2020, but with many situations this year, it will be a first for those attending. → Read More

Church members mourn loss of 19-year-old member

LUFKIN, Texas (KTRE) - Tonight, Lufkin church members are mourning a teenage member of their congregation. Nineteen-year-old Elvin Alday was found shot to death in the back of a pickup truck early Sunday morning. The shooting happened at the intersection of Lowery Street and Timberland Drive in Lufkin. Police say the shooter, Penny Price, fired from their vehicle. A now-empty drum seat that… → Read More

Sam Houston State University partners with the state on contact tracing for COVID-19

Sam Houston State University has joined in an effort to assist the state with contact tracing for COVID-19. → Read More