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

Rusk County reports power outage

  Webxtra: Runners brave dreary conditions for Tyler Turkey Trot

Sentencing trial begins for Austin man involved in Tyler card-skimming operation

Man pleads guilty to sexually assaulting elderly woman, gets 40-year sentence

Affidavit alleges Sabine Elementary employee admitted relationship with child to pastor

Whataburger provides graduation decor for Whitehouse High School

Confusion in Smith County GOP politics

Civilians help pull man from burning car in Payne Springs wreck

Flooding traps more than 50 people at I58 Farms

Intoxicated driver in wreck that killed 2 teens sentenced to prison

Voter identity lawsuit against Texas Secretary of State ends in settlement

Police investigating injury to child at Hallsville daycare

Shooting death in Longview under investigation

Longview man dies following lawnmower accident

Texas Senate passes bill to increase access to high-speed internet in rural areas of state

Suspect in custody for Monday night shooting of 17-year-old

Two more indicted for Caney City liquor store robbery

Gun Barrel City Fire Department extinguish house fire, save the family pet

Card skimmer sentenced to 45 years

Suspect speeds off from traffic stop, now facing federal drug charges

Disaster declaration extended for Texas counties affected by Hurricane Harvey

  The day after: Kilgore power restored, clean up continues

  Loose livestock rustling up trouble near Lake Tyler