Months into the pandemic, people are still picking up new hobbies and returning to old ones. Anissa Centers talked to East Texas Now host Kayla Lyons about what folks are up to and what they’re getting out of their hobbies.
Longtime ABC News correspondent Bob Woodruff has shared much of his life with the public in the name of sharing with American television audiences what they can’t see for themselves: that people in other countries are quite similar to all of us in ours.
ABC journalist Deborah Roberts spoke to KLTV anchor Sydney Shadrix about an upcoming two-hour special called “In the Cold Dark Night” that focuses on the story of Timothy Coggins’ murder during an interview on East Texas Now on Friday.
KLTV anchor Anissa Centers addressed people who may have been caught off guard by the intense national and international response to recent videos of black Americans getting killed by police officers and private citizens and have since been asking themselves, “What can I do to better understand?”
ABC and Good Morning America correspondent Adrienne Bankert appeared on East Texas Now on Wednesday to talk about her new book, “Your Hidden Superpower: The Kindness That Makes You Unbeatable at Work and Connects You with Anyone.”
During his East Texas Now interview Tuesday, bestselling author Joe Lansdale, who lives in Nacogdoches, talked about his new Hap and Leonard book, “Of Mice and Minestroni” and touched on current events here in America.
During his interview on East Texas Now Tuesday, a Tyler Police Department spokesman discussed the in-custody death of George Floyd, the protests and measures like de-escalation and cultural diversity training that TPD’s leadership is implementing to prevent a similar incident from occurring here.