Katie Vossler, KTRE News

Katie Vossler

KTRE News

Tyler, TX, United States

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  • KTRE News
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  • KSAT 12

Recent articles by Katie:

Walmart to limit number of customers in stores amid coronavirus surge

Walmart has gone back to counting and monitoring how many customer enter and leave its stores. → Read More

Man accused in string of church fires in St. Landry Parish sentenced to 25 years behind bars

A federal judge has sentenced Holden Matthews to 25 years in prison for the three church fires he set in St. Landry Parish. → Read More

Family discovers airplane part in backyard

A family said they found a white piece of metal in their backyard. It turns out it was a piece of an airplane that broke off and crashed onto their property. → Read More

NBA YoungBoy among 16 arrested in Baton Rouge on drug, firearm charges

NBA YoungBoy faces a number of drug and firearm charges. Police say all 16 face similar variations of the same charges. → Read More

Girl, 8, killed as 53 shot in Chicago over Labor Day weekend

The incident was one of many in which at least 53 people were shot in Chicago over the holiday weekend. → Read More

Couple welcomes quadruplets months after finalizing adoption of four children

The couple didn't expect to add any more children after adopting four siblings and giving birth to a fifth child. But then, they found out they were pregnant with quadruplets. → Read More

Suspect arrested in death of 4-year-old shot while sleeping at home

According to court documents, Ryson Ellis drove to the Citadel Apartments in the early morning hours of June 29 and shot into the apartment where Legend was sleeping. → Read More

Iran, Turkey lash out at UAE over agreement with Israel

The agreement would make the UAE the first Gulf Arab state — and the third Arab country, after Egypt and Jordan — to have full diplomatic ties with Israel. → Read More

23,000 marijuana plant field uncovered in San Augustine County

Last Wednesday, July 29th, Federal, State and local law enforcement officers combined their efforts to take down a marijuana growing operation that was located on National Forest land off of Forest Service Road 303 in southern in San Augustine County. → Read More

State leaders release statement holding firm on reopening schools

On Friday, Governor Greg Abbott, Lieutenant Governor Dan Patrick, Speaker Dennis Bonnen, Senate Education Chairman Larry Taylor, and House Education Chairman Dan Huberty released a statement on school re-openings this fall. → Read More

1 Marine dead, 2 injured, 8 missing after vehicle accident

One Marine has died, two injured and eight others were missing after an amphibious assault vehicle accident off the coast of southern California, the Marines said early Friday. → Read More

Kanye West’s clothing brand borrowed millions in pandemic loans

Kanye West’s clothing brand Yeezy reportedly got between $2 million and $5 million in coronavirus aid loans from the federal government. → Read More

Despite pandemic, Trump administration urges end to ACA

The administration’s legal brief makes no mention of the virus. → Read More

Couple to marry after closure of U.S.-Canada border separates them

They’re only a three-hour drive away, but they’ve been separated for more than three months because of the border closure. → Read More

Trinity County man arrested after shooting death of woman

An Apple Springs man is in jail following the Sunday shooting death of a Groveton woman. → Read More

Lufkin police urge public caution after woman dies a few days after COVID-19 diagnosis

A 50-year-old woman died at her home on Airport Avenue days after she went to a local emergency room and was diagnosed with the COVID-19 virus, according to the Lufkin Police Department. → Read More

Twitter adds ‘glorifying violence’ warning to Trump tweet

Trump, a prolific Twitter user, has been at war with the company since earlier this week, when it applied fact checks to two of his tweets about mail-in ballots. → Read More

Community surprises WWII vet with parade outside home on Memorial Day

A 99-year-old World War II veteran got a big surprise from his Massachusetts community on Memorial Day. → Read More

Pandemic precautions alter airport security procedures

If you haven’t flown since the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic, things at the airport are definitely different. → Read More

First Alert Weather Day Tuesday night into Wednesday morning

Scattered showers and thunderstorms have developed early this morning and continue moving to the east through the northern half of East Texas. → Read More