Hey there East Texas!
Ladies, not getting your beauty sleep might be taking a toll on your marriage. We've got the details of the study coming up at 5.
A bill has been introduced in the Texas legislature stemming from the stabbing of a John Tyler teacher. The proposed bill would give educators access to previously confidential records of students, such as mental health and criminal history. Melanie Torre hears from both the opposition and supporters of the bill tonight at 6.
Army Sergeant Josh Powell was on his fifth tour of duty in Afghanistan when he and three others were killed in an IED attack last week. The Powell family invited KLTV inside for the sergeant's final farewell. At 5, Samantha Jordan takes you there.
The man arrested after a standoff with SWAT officers in Lindale last month has been released from the Smith County Jail---but not on purpose! At 6, we'll tell you what happened.
Then, Jena Johnson takes an in-depth look into the case of a Smith County Sheriff's Deputy, who police say was found passed out in his vehicle while on his way home from a local gentleman's club.
Has the brutal heat and lack of rain ruined your Fourth of July plans? Layron Livingston has the details of the Commissioner's Court decision to ban a few types of fireworks through the holiday weekend.
Plus, two more counties have issued a burn ban. Grant Dade fills you in on that and the Weather Where You Live tonight at 5 & 6.
Have a wonderful evening,
Director of New Media Content