Jeff Wright

Jeff Wright

KLTV/KTRE Content Producer

Jeff Wright came to KLTV in Jan. 2013. He is currently a content producer for KLTV/KTRE, writing content for KLTV and KTRE digital platforms, as well as for television. Jeff has served as a jack-of-all-trades by producing Good Morning East Texas, writing breaking news and engaging content for KLTV.com and KTRE.com, and mostly recently produced East Texas News at 4.

Jeff was born in Henderson and has lived in East Texas all his life! He graduated from Tyler Junior College in 2012 before transferring to University of Texas at Tyler, where he studied in the mass communications program.

Jeff is married to his college sweetheart, and the couple are welcoming their first child in Nov. 2018.

You may email Jeff at jwright@kltv.com when it comes to questions or comments, and especially for story ideas.


Recent Articles by Jeff

  Tyler brewery weighs-in on law allowing legal sale of beer to-go: ’It’s a win for the people of Texas’

  Longview Museum of Fine Arts offers kids creative, artistic outlet during summer months

Alto ISD preparing new portable buildings to serve as classrooms

  Governor signs ‘Sam’s Law’, bill named for Kilgore student who suffered fatal seizure

  Business offers East Texans the chance to exchange worn, weathered flags

  City council to decide on grant to fund renovations for ‘hidden’ park in Tyler

Renovations to beloved ‘Splasher’ dolphin statue finished as splash pad opens for summer

  Tyler police crack down on golf cart use on public roads

Family medical clinic in Alto to host free community health fair

  Whitehouse track athlete honored with Earl Campbell Tyler Rose Award scholarship

East Texas nonprofits receive $140,000 in donations following Brookshire’s FRESH 15 race

  Professional chefs teach Region 7 nutrition personnel skills to make meals healthy, appealing to kids

  Brookshire’s, Gatorade team up to help keep first responders hydrated during summer heat

  Sabine ISD launches its first-ever summer food program for youth in the community

Two months after destructive tornado, some Alto residents struggle to recover, rebuild

  Rainy spring, warm temperatures give way to fruitful blueberry season in East Texas

Witnesses recall recording tornado touching down in Canton

  Plumbers call for special session after Texas House ends need for professional licensing, regulation

  Salvation Army treats first responders, storm victims to free meals during tornado recovery

  Camp V, ‘one-stop shop’ for veterans and military personnel, under development in Tyler

  Longview firefighters train in mayday circumstances to prepare for worst-case scenarios

  Game wardens stress safety as many East Texans prepare for Memorial Day weekend

  Old Anderson County Jail transforms into set for upcoming film, ‘Four My Brothers’

  Big Sandy teacher, daughter ‘honored’ to help decorate First Ladies’ Luncheon

  City leaders offer preview of renovated Tomato Bowl in Jacksonville ahead of grand opening

  Volunteer who helped grow ‘century plant’ in Jacksonville: ‘It’s a metaphor for our town’

Tyler city council approves zone change to allow new shopping center project to move forward

  Lufkin family to be featured in new reality show ‘The Radkes’

  Hollywood icon Doris Day’s legacy lives on at East Texas equine center

  Commissioners court approves electronic jury selection system for Smith County residents