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Friday Fill-In: Rodeo champ pleads to child trafficking

The Obamas got a first hand look at the carnage in the Deep South. The Obamas got a first hand look at the carnage in the Deep South.
This rodeo trickster was up to no good outside the arena. Story @ 6 This rodeo trickster was up to no good outside the arena. Story @ 6
This resolute professor set an unparallelled example of character. This resolute professor set an unparallelled example of character.
The big day has come and passed. If you missed it, tune in @ 5. The big day has come and passed. If you missed it, tune in @ 5.

Happy Friday Folks!

Were you one of the billions of people watching Prince William and Kate Middleton saying their royal "I do's?" If not, we've got the highlights from the ceremony at the top of the 5.

The wreckage is widespread in what is being called the most deadly tornado in history. At 5, we'll have an exclusive new video from our sister station in Huntsville, Alabama.

In the wake of the destruction from the recent storms that roared through Texas and the Deep South, some people are left wondering how they could have better prepared for a situation like this. At 6, Bob Hallmark looks into all things storm shelters and meets a few people who swear it saved their lives.

An East Texas professor achieved an unbelievable goal yesterday despite an obstacle that could have easily prevented it. Taylor Hemness brings you this inspiring story tonight at 5.

An 18-wheeler tore through a guardrail and drove off an embankment on I-30, just south of Mount Vernon today. Coming up at 6, Layron Livingston reports on the traffic delays and the welfare of those involved.

A Texas rodeo champ, based right here out of East Texas, pleaded guilty to child trafficking charges. This man has likely been to a rodeo near you. We'll fill you in on the details at 6.

Also at 6, Brett Collar investigates a Smith County paint and body shop that's come under fire after multiple complaints were filed with the Better Business Bureau and The Smith County Constables Office.

Enjoy your weekend!

Elizabeth Thomas
Director of New Media Content

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