Julian Esparza

Julian Esparza

Multimedia journalist

Julian Esparza is a reporter and weekend anchor at KLTV/KTRE.

Julian is from McKinney, Texas and graduated from the University of North Texas in 2019 where he majored in journalism and minored in political science and history. During college, Julian interned with NBC 5 in Dallas and CBS Sunday Morning in New York City. In addition, Julian also worked as a reporter at UNT’s student-run TV station, ntTV.

Julian was awarded a Lone Star EMMY Student Production Award for his work at ntTV.

Julian is very excited to be here and telling the stories of East Texans!

Recent Articles by Julian

Tyler mayor Martin Heines discusses COVID-19 response, extension of term

  As universities weigh fall semester plans, some students turn to community college

  The Next Normal: How COVID-19 is changing the way you can rent a car

  The Next Normal: How getting your car serviced could look different

Texas Supreme Court rules evictions can resume in Texas

  Report shows estimated economic loss caused by COVID-19

  Students report issues when trying to submit AP tests

  The Next Normal: Voting will look different this year, all because of COVID-19

  East Texas nurses describe working at New York City hospital during pandemic

  61 inmates, 20 employees test positive for COVID-19 at East Texas prison

Motorcyclist found shot dead in Smith County

  UT Tyler survey finds mental health impact of COVID-19

  UT Tyler poll examines Texans’ feelings, perceptions about COVID-19 pandemic

  Blood plasma therapy being used to treat COVID-19 patients in East Texas

  Red Cross adapts disaster response procedures due to COVID-19

  American Airlines cutting flights at Tyler Pounds airport as demand falls

  Texas National Guard assisting area food bank with distribution efforts following increase in demand

  City of Tyler making adjustments as sales tax revenue decreases

  East Texas nurses traveling to New York City to aid in COVID-19 response

  Rep. Gohmert talks stimulus package, possible treatment for COVID-19

  Chapel Hill High School senior killed in shooting

  Many Texans experience slow website, backed up phone lines when trying to file for unemployment benefits

  Rent Ruckus: Some UT Tyler students encounter pricey problem upon move out

  Retired KLTV engineer returns home from quarantine in California

  Officials urge ‘social distancing’ amid COVID-19 outbreak

  Privacy laws protect patients amid COVID-19 outbreak

  COVID-19 outbreak sinks gas prices below normal

  City of Canton cancels First Monday Trade Days for first time in 170 year history

  Henderson County Jail questions inmates about travel, symptoms as COVID-19 spreads nationwide

  No plans to cancel Azalea Trail events in Tyler as COVID-19 looms