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John-Carlos Estrada Anchors KTRE’s 6 pm Newscast on Thursday, March 31, 2016. This newscast shows off the KTRE’s team in breaking news mode. The East Texas team worked on two stories hit the newsroom before and during the newscast. The first– a bus crash near Jasper carrying the Woodville track team and the second — a […]
John-Carlos Estrada Anchors KTRE’s newscasts from breaking to soft news. Updated March 2016.
KTRE’s John-Carlos Estrada delivers breaking news to the viewers on a bank robbery in Trinity. The verdict on a murder case in Nacogdoches County. As well as, the sentencing of Tyler man who killed a transgendered woman from Lufkin. KTRE Reporter Caleb Beames also goes live from the first-ever Christmas-themed event in downtown Lufkin — […]
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While NYC is all those things it’s also one of my homes. It’s where my best friend, my “adopted” parents & countless friends/mentors live. Also, […]
KTRE News Anchor John-Carlos Estrada talks with Nacogdoches resident and SFA student Erica Bryant, who describes living with Type 1 diabetes. “I can do whatever a non-diabetic can do, I can be a mom, I can be a teacher,” said Bryant.
Join KTRE News Anchor John-Carlos Estrada as he visits the site of the Caddo Mounds in Alto, Texas. The mounds were ritual and burial sits for the Hasinai tribe that populated the Deep East Texas area. This piece was honored with an honorable mention by the Texas Lone Star EMMY in specialty reporting. And an […]
Join KTRE Anchor John-Carlos Estrada as visits the site of Fort Terán off the Neches River in Tyler County. It was the location of a Mexican border control operation that was suppose to keep out Americans coming into Mexico’s Texas territory in the 1800’s. This piece was honored with an honorable mention by the Texas […]
KTRE News Anchor John-Carlos Estrada celebrates KTRE’s veteran reporter Donna McCollum 38 years reporting in East Texas in a special edition of “East Texas Throwback.”
KTRE’s News Anchor John-Carlos Estrada gets scanned for a brain aneurysm. The reason? It’s has been 5 years since his mom died from a ruptured brain aneurysm. The experience opened up a conversation with East Texas viewers about the importance of early screening for all types of health concerns.
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KTRE Anchor John-Carlos Estrada tells you about the most memorable stories from the KTRE archives as the station celebrates 60 years of news in East Texas.