T'Ebonie Tanner

T'Ebonie Tanner

Multi-media journalist

T’Ebonie Tanner joined the KTRE News 9 team in November of 2019 as a Reporter/MMJ.

T’Ebonie was born in Kansas, but raised in Jasper, Alabama. She graduated from the University of North Alabama where she earned her bachelor’s in communications: multimedia journalism. While at UNA, she interned for WAFF 48 News station in the sales department.

Before moving to Texas, T’Ebonie was a production assistant for ABC 33/40 News in Birmingham, AL.

T’Ebonie is a member of the National Association of Black Journalists (NABJ) and Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Incorporated.

She enjoys reading, spontaneous road trips, trying out new food places and spending time with loved ones. She is excited to call East Texas her new home and to report on the stories that matter most.

To send her stories ideas, email her at ttanner@ktre.com

Recent Articles by T'Ebonie

  Four new pollination gardens are coming to Nacogdoches

Angelina County Salvation Army kicks off its Angel Tree campaign

TxDOT crews continue work on major projects in Lufkin, Burke

Search continues for missing Wells baby after almost two months

Lufkin’s Salvation Army Thrift story holds one-day sale

Lufkin assisted living facility help residents get to curbside voting

  “God over everything” Diboll 9-year-old starts his own t-shirt business

  Victim’s attorney disagrees with SFA about releasing body camera video from “swatting” incident

New search teams join effort to find Wells baby

Search for Wells infant continues one week after disappearance

Nacogdoches firefighters helping combat wildfires in California

City of Nacogdoches offering free public wifi locations for community use

Lufkin Heritage Festival 2020 is still happening with COVID-19 protocols in place

SFA’s C.R.E.A.T.E. virtual tutoring service available for people who need schoolwork help

Day 2: Cleanup efforts underway in Center neighborhood following Hurricane Laura

Tree falls on home in Center, causes severe damage to roof, inside of home

First day back to school for Chireno ISD staff, students

  Family members of Carthage man found dead near Freeport describe his loss as bittersweet feeling

SFA students not required to quarantine 14 days before returning to campus

Search continues for elderly Panola County man missing more than two months

4th of July spread evident in Angelina County numbers

  Local medical professionals say a few medical conditions may prevent people from wearing masks

  With no new leads, search continues for missing Panola county man

Authorities plan to expand aerial search for Panola County man missing since May 21

First Baptist Lufkin, Wood Farm donate blueberries to CISC

Search area moves further south for missing 79-year-old Carthage man

  A ministry of volunteers is clearing the way for residents in Polk County

Protecting children’s mental health during pandemic

Drive-thru service workers wearing protective gear to safely serve customers

  ‘No stone unturned:’ The search for Faye Lynn Paul