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

Change in zoning could allow tattoo studios in Winnsboro

Tyler County Sheriff’s Office: Search warrant recovers child porn shared on social media

ERCOT releases preliminary report on outages, power loss

13 East Texas counties added for 6th week of Save Our Seniors initiative

Suspect in Nacogdoches shooting turns self in

Gov. Abbott declines to throw first pitch at Texas Rangers game

‘Great sorrow’: ETBU student dies after head-on crash in Harrison County

Rusk County burglary suspect tracked by Beto Unit dogs

  Marshall man accused of shooting newspaper delivery woman

COVID-19 relief package includes millions for East Texas cities

Mother charged in connection with shooting death of Polk County toddler

Food manufacturing company expanding in Canton

Tyler woman accused of shooting fiancé in the buttocks

Grand jury indicts man accused of shooting Starrville pastor for capital murder

9 arrested in Polk County search for laced drug source

Chandler-based oil company settles with OSHA over oil site fire

DSHS: People 50 years and older eligible for vaccine starting March 15

Hughes bill limiting sex offenders access to schools, playgrounds, advances in Senate

3rd suspect arrested in connection with Tyler convenience store robbery

Palestine man arrested after cyber tip reports child porn uploads

Smith County Sheriff’s Office answers ‘bogus’ call for alleged victim, makes arrest

  Rep. White says term limit resolution aimed at ending ‘careerism’ for politicians

2 arrested, 1 at large after grocery break-in in Houston County

Man turns self in after hit-and-run death in Jacksonville

One teen, one juvenile shot in Tyler, suspect arrested

Texas Legislature to hold hearings on statewide blackouts, industry response

  Gospel recording artist VirLinda Stanton shares how she found her purpose

  Good news for homeowners: Tyler Fire Department achieves Class 1 public protection rating

Teen injured in shooting at Polk County party

Blacklands Railroad plans upgrade for Henderson Overton Branch using $8M grant