Brenna Burger

Brenna Burger

Reporter

Brenna Burger is a multi-media journalist for KLTV 7. Brenna was born and raised in Dallas, Texas. She is happy to call Tyler her new home as she joins the East Texas News Team as a multi-media journalist.

Brenna graduated from the University of North Texas with a degree in broadcast journalism. During her time at UNT, she was a producer and anchor for the universities news station, NT-TV. She also held a position as vice president of her sorority, Zeta Tau Alpha.

Previously, Brenna worked as a media relations specialist for the international news wire, Business Wire. Before then, she worked for a news station in Oklahoma as a multimedia journalist, where she specialized in crime coverage.

In her free time, Brenna loves playing sand volleyball, eating all the food she can get her hands on, traveling around the world, and spending time with her family and her Wheaten Terrier named Hero.

Writing is Brenna’s passion and she hopes to gain the communities trust by being a trustworthy and ethical journalist. She is excited to share the stories affecting those in the East Texas area.


Recent Articles by Brenna

  WEBXTRA: Stanley’s BBQ starts expansion project

Preliminary autopsy report indicates 3-year-old found in pond drowned

  United Way of Smith County launches fall campaign with $1.5 million goal

  WEBXTRA: East Texas dentist hosts free dental clinic to benefit residents at Hiway 80 Rescue Mission

  Free dental clinic to benefit men, women at Hiway 80 Rescue Mission

  Mineola man talks about MIA brother whose remains were finally flown home

  Mount Vernon coach Art Briles speaks to media after practice Monday

  Athens ISD days away from officially starting four-day school week

  WEBXTRA: Newly mandated physicals reveal health issues for two Chapel Hill band members

  Tyler Pounds Regional Airport gets new security equipment

  Trane officially unveils remodeled manufacturing facility in Tyler

  Smith County deputy recovering from minor injuries after wreck on Hwy 31

  WEBXTRA: Smith County commissioners court presented request to help preserve county history

  Report: City of Tyler making progress on improvement projects

  Smith County commissioners praise road, bridge department

  WEBXTRA: Tyler Police purchases drone to help in searches for missing children

  Construction starts on Tyler’s first all-accessible playground

  WEBXTRA: Recent rains causing problems for pipes in Palestine

  WEBXTRA: Smith County Jail slated for repairs

  Weekend storms cause significant damage in Rusk

  Smith County deputy injured when vehicle crashes on Toll 49

  Fire marshal: Cause undetermined in fatal Quitman house fire

  Alto tornado victims take to social media for help finding lost items

  Chandler residents assess damage following storms

  WEBXTRA: Survivor of Alto tornadoes says she is lucky to be alive

  WEBXTRA: Shelter set up in Alto for storm victims

AAA: Texas gas prices jump 46 cents in three months

  WEBXTRA: Dialville church vandalized over the weekend

  WEBXTRA: man breaks into Cotton Belt Building, goes on rampage

  AAA Texas: East Texas gas prices jump 14 cents in one week