Carrie Provinsal

Digital Content Producer

Carrie Provinsal is a native Texan. In her younger days, she danced with the Dallas Ballet, canned fish in Alaska, studied philosophy in Belgium, and worked for the Big Apple Circus in New York.

Making East Texas her home in 2003, she taught English at Boulter Middle School. Bit by the news bug, she earned her journalism degree from the University of Texas at Tyler.

Carrie’s passion for story-telling led her to join KLTV in 2019 as a digital writer and producer. She lives in Tyler with her two sons, a dog, and two cats. Fun fact: the female cat snores.

Recent Articles by Carrie

SFA reaches settlement with students involved in false-report allegation

Affidavit: 54 pounds of marijuana sniffed out in Gregg County traffic stop

Big Sandy man reported missing dies in Upshur County wreck

  WATCH: Advice from East Texas Crisis Center director if you suspect domestic abuse

Anheuser-Busch provides more than 6,500 gallons of hand sanitizer for Texas polling locations

Suspect confesses to vandalizing, setting fire to several water department sites in Athens area

Marshall police say suspect admitted to shooting victim

  Tyler toddler found safe in Colorado

TEA updates pandemic school funding formula

18th annual Tyler Turkey Trot goes virtual

Marshall teen pleads guilty in robbery case

Latexo ISD closes high school campus until Monday

Tyler County Sheriff’s Office: Ex-spouses' argument ends in fatal shooting

Passenger dies in one-vehicle crash in Harrison County

Payne Springs City Hall couple arrested for abuse of office

State clarifies governor’s order on nursing home visits

SWAT unit responds to gunshots at Longview motel, 1 arrested

Man cleaning up hurricane debris in Newton County electrocuted

Attorney pleads guilty to smuggling meth into Cass County jail

Authorities seek help in Tyler convenience store armed robbery

  Lufkin police release surveillance of fishing gear theft at Walmart

Henderson High School classes move online for 2 weeks due to virus

Firefighters, trucks deployed from Texas to combat California wildfires

Pedestrian killed in Smith County crash

Gov. Abbott calls for statewide moment of silence to honor victims of 9/11

Federal grant funds Permian Basin project on I-20

Former Lindale coach accused of relationship with student indicted

National Finals Rodeo back in the Texas saddle

One person injured in shooting at Rusk home

11 catalytic converters stolen from 6 UPS trucks in Lufkin