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Serious accusations made against ETX bus driver

Good Afternoon!

An East Texas student says her school bus driver put her life and the lives of dozens of other students at risk. Bob Hallmark has her story at 6. 

A story we aired last month has changed the way a national pet finder network operates. Ian Smith explains at 6. 

Plus, we'll have the latest developments in the back room breast injections case, a follow up on the student who was stabbed yesterday with a pocketknife on a school bus, and a word from Rep. Gohmert about the US Postal Service's decision to close down mail operations in Tyler.

And as always, you can watch KLTV 7 News at 5, 6, & 10 LIVE on your computer! Just visit KLTV.com and click on the banner at the top of the homepage.

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KLTV Blast from the Past

16 years ago today, a popular Tyler Restaurant went up in smoke. Seven units responded to the fire that broke out at Sam's Deli on South Broadway. The kitchen and seating area were completely destroyed.

6 years ago today, LeTourneau Industries announced a $25 million expansion package. The expansion, which included new machinery, brought four new buildings and fifty new jobs to the plant.

Seven years ago today, is a day that Tylerites will never forget: The Smith County Courthouse Shooting.

Three Killed, Including Gunman In Smith County Courthouse Shoot-out In Tyler

Tyler Gunman's Niece Witnesses His Shooting Death

Smith County District Attorney Says Entire Downtown Square Is Part Of The Crime Scene

Witnesses Recall Chilling Details In Tyler Courthouse Shooting

Press Conference On Tyler Shooting

Tyler Shooting Suspect's Motive Believed To Be A Custody Battle

KLTV Reporter, Photojournalist In Courthouse During Shooting

Victim Of Courthouse Shooting Remembered

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