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Friday Fill-In: What's next for the 'Facebook Baby?'

The SPCA seized animals living in this filthy yard. More @ 6. The SPCA seized animals living in this filthy yard. More @ 6.
Fmr. band director who violated his parole, appeared in court today. We'll let you know what happened @ 6. Fmr. band director who violated his parole, appeared in court today. We'll let you know what happened @ 6.
The 'Suicide Doc' has passed away, we'll have more on his life @ 5. The 'Suicide Doc' has passed away, we'll have more on his life @ 5.
What's next for the 'Facebook Baby?" Annette Falconer has the answer @ 6. What's next for the 'Facebook Baby?" Annette Falconer has the answer @ 6.

Happy Friday Folks!

John Edwards appeared before a Federal Judge in North Carolina today, after being indicted on six charges including conspiracy and violating campaign finance laws. Tonight at 5, we'll shows you that the charges come from an inquiry into whether the former vice presidential nominee misused campaign funds to cover up an affair.

Another East Texas teacher has been arrested for having a relationship with a student. The 31-year-old allegedly sent numerous text messages, passed notes, and used Facebook to communicate with the boy. Hear the rest of the details at 5 & 6.

A rare strain of e-coli has popped in Europe and has killed over a dozen people. What's the source? Find out at 5.

The valedictorian of Medina Valley High is asking a judge to let her pray during her graduation speech. Problem is, a federal court banned public prayer in the Texas district. Catch the rest at 5, and read Governor Perry's reaction right now on KLTV.com.

Cattle Barons is In the Kitchen tonight at 5. What's cooking? Fire roasted chilies.

Then at 6, a prison inmate is in the ICU with an amputated leg after a machinery accident. Jena Johnson speaks with the inmate's family who say this is yet another setback for their son.

Then, a story you will only see on KLTV: After airing a story about an East Texas family who created a Facebook page for their unborn baby, Facebook disabled the account. Annette Falconer met with the parents-to-be today, and will show what impact this global story has had on their lives. That's coming up at 6.

And, catch Mark Scirto broadcasting LIVE at 5 & 6 from Alley Fest in Longview.

Have a wonderful weekend!

Elizabeth Thomas
Director of New Media Content

On the web:
Tyler medical supply owner guilty of health care fraud
Police: Pregnant woman admits using meth, bath salts
Police bust men with thousands of kiddie porn images

In Your Community:
Longview: Alley Fest kicks off tonight!
Mineola: Check out the Mainstreet Farmer's Market
Whitehouse: Wildcat Band goes to Disney

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