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7 from 7: Man accused of slaying 3 in Kaufman Co. had other targets

Eric Williams (Source: Kaufman Co. jail) Eric Williams (Source: Kaufman Co. jail)
 Good afternoon! We hope your day is going along very well.

Check out these stories this afternoon:

1. A former Kaufman County Justice of the Peace, charged with the murder of a prosecutor, the county's district attorney and the DA's wife, may have had more targets in his plan for so-called ‘revenge' on a previous conviction. Documents filed in Kaufman County Tuesday, allege Eric Williams, who is charged with capital murder in the deaths of Hasse and the McLellands, had other targets.

2. The hardware retail store Home Depot may be the latest U.S. security breach victim, where credit and debit card information went for sale on the internet's black cybersecurity market.Home Depot has not confirmed the data breach, which was  first reported Tuesday on the cybersecurity website Krebs on Security.

3. In more potentially-embarrassing hacking news, Apple released a statement on the hacking of female celebrities' iCloud accounts that resulted in nude photos posted on the internet. The company is investigating how private pictures of Jennifer Lawrence and other actresses were stolen and posted on the website 4chan.

4. Hungry? We have a restaurant to tell you about that you might not have heard of; it's called Seth's Lake Fork Creek Steaks and Seafood. Check out the review and pictures here, and plan your trip!

5.The Gregg County Sheriff's Office has arrested a fourth suspect in connection with a Longview bank robbery. Jarray Rashad Todd, 23, was arrested Saturday in the 4000 block of Patton Drive in Longview. Todd is suspected in the August 11th robbery of an Austin Bank in Longview.

6. A man is in custody Tuesday after attempting to steal a car with two people in it and crashing into a police officer. The incident happened in the 1900 block of High Street in Longview.

7. Americans' eating habits have improved - except among the poor, evidence of a widening wealth gap when it comes to diet. Yet even among wealthier adults, food choices remain far from ideal, a 12-year study found. More details on the study and its findings here.

Make sure to tune in to our news at 4, 5 and 6; if you're not near a tv, you can catch our newscasts online every time we're on-air on the live stream on our website.

We'll see you soon!

Stephanie Frazier
KLTV Digital Content Producer


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