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

  Santa stops by NICU at Tyler hospital to help raise families spirits

  WEBXTRA: Roadside Rangers prepare for holiday traffic on Toll 49

  WEBXTRA: Lindale triplets attend TJC on golf, corporate scholarships

  WEBXTRA: Tyler City Council amends animal cruelty ordinance

  Questions linger after Legionnaires’ disease outbreak

  WEBXTRA: Three routes remain in running for proposed Toll 49 expansion

  WEBXTRA: Injured Whitehouse football player cleared to play

  Students at Hubbard Middle School get science lesson from hot air balloon

  Decorated Vietnam War veteran reunited with hat left at Lindale business

Suspects use stolen van to smash into Smith County business, steal ATM

  Former Azleway employee accused of stealing money from boys ranch

  WEBXTRA: Christus nurse makes Halloween costumes for babies in NICU

  WEBXTRA: Lindale Great Clips searching for owner of Vietnam veteran ball cap

  Greenville prays for victims of shooting at homecoming party

  WEBXTRA: Habitat for Humanity dedicates 108th home in Smith County

  WEBXTRA: Prop 10 would change classification of law enforcement animals after retirement

DPS report: Vehicle didn’t stop after hitting woman on Highway 64

  WEBXTRA: Family, friends talk about woman killed in Smith County wreck

  All Saints Episcopal School honors wounded warriors

  WEBXTRA: World War II veterans reunite in Tyler

  WEBXTRA: Gilmer could become next East Texas city to ban abortions

  WEBXTRA: Smith County Red Cross prepares for flooding

  WEBXTRA: FDA advisory committee recommends approval of drug that could reduce severity of peanut allergies

Wreck near Tyler’s Loop 323, Towne Park intersection slowing traffic

  WEBXTRA: Jacksonville nursing facility closing after operator surrenders license

  WEBXTRA: City of Berryville issues boil water notice after tree knocks out power

  Officials investigate fires that destroyed house, vehicles in Upshur County

  Tyler police: No evidence found of gunshot victim or discharged weapon at Walmart on Hwy 64

  WEBXTRA: Group continues opposition to Toll 49 expansion

  WEBXTRA: Thousands of dollars in sports memorabilia stolen from Quitman storage unit