Julian Esparza, KLTV 7

Julian Esparza

KLTV 7

Tyler, TX, United States

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Past articles by Julian:

WILLIAM DAVIS SENTENCING DAY 5: Defense continues to call witnesses

The fifth day of testimony in the sentencing phase of the capital murder trial for a former nurse found guilty of injecting air into is patients’ bloodstreams started Wednesday morning. → Read More

WILLIAM DAVIS TRIAL DAY 14: Jury finds former Tyler nurse guilty of capital murder

Davis, a former East Texas nurse, is accused of killing patients during his time working at a Tyler heart hospital. → Read More

Jury finds former Tyler nurse guilty of capital murder

Davis, a former East Texas nurse, is accused of killing patients during his time working at a Tyler heart hospital. → Read More

MURDER TRIAL DAY 10: Detective says Davis dodged questions during interview

The trial of a former East Texas nurse accused of killing patients during his time working at a Tyler heart hospital continued Monday. → Read More

TYLER NURSE TRIAL DAY 3: Witnesses describe security camera system, crash of patient

Day three of the trial for a former East Texas nurse accused of killing patients began in Thursday. → Read More

TYLER NURSE TRIAL DAY 2: Co-worker testifies on patient’s cardiac arrest

The trial of William Davis, the former East Texas nurse who is accused of killing patients, entered it’s second day Wednesday. → Read More

Report: 57% of Texas nursing home staff is fully vaccinated against COVID-19

In their latest report, the centers for Medicare and Medicaid says 82.4% of nursing home residents nationwide have been vaccinated, and 60% of nursing home staff has been vaccinated. In Texas, the numbers are slightly lower. 77.1% of residents are vaccinated and 56.7% of staff are vaccinated. → Read More

East Texas doctors working to treat ‘COVID long-haulers’

Dr. Renee Hebbeler-Clark has been busy treating not only a growing number of COVID-19 patients, but also those who have recovered from the virus and are still experiencing lingering health effects. She’s one of a team of doctors who have seen patients since the hospital’s COVID-19 recovery clinic opened in May. → Read More

Texas Teachers Association president says governor ‘definitely overstepping’ on masks

The Texas State Teachers Association president said school districts should have local control when it comes to mask mandates. → Read More

Athens mayor arrested Thursday for online solicitation of minor

His bond was set at $300,000 with conditions which were not stated. He bonded out a short time later. → Read More

Athens mayor arrested Thursday for online solicitation of minor

His bond was set at $300,000 with conditions which were not stated. He bonded out a short time later. → Read More

WATCH: Chopper 7 gets bird’s eye view of storm damage in Cherokee, Rusk, Panola counties

Less than a day after tornadoes moved through three East Texas counties, Chopper 7 got a look at some of the damage left behind in Cherokee, Rusk, and Panola counties. → Read More

WATCH: Chopper 7 gets bird’s-eye view of storm damage in Cherokee, Rusk, Panola counties

Less than a day after tornadoes moved through three East Texas counties, Chopper 7 got a look at some of the damage left behind in Cherokee, Rusk, and Panola counties. → Read More

Dog kept stealing unicorn toy from store, so animal control bought it for him

After the stray dog's story spread online, a new family decided to adopt him. → Read More

‘A whirlwind’: Parents shocked when twins born 5 days apart in different months

The twins are slowly putting on weight in the NICU. Their discharge date has not yet been set. → Read More

East Texas couple delivers their baby at home during winter storm

For Cody and Patience Rushing, they expected the birth of their third child to be much like the previous two ─ going to a hospital and delivering there. That is, until Wednesday morning. → Read More

East Texas couple delivers their baby at home during winter storm

For Cody and Patience Rushing, they expected the birth of their third child to be much like the previous two ─ going to a hospital and delivering there. That is, until Wednesday morning. → Read More

East Texas couple delivers their baby at home during winter storm

For Cody and Patience Rushing, they expected the birth of their third child to be much like the previous two ─ going to a hospital and delivering there. That is, until Wednesday morning. → Read More

East Texas couple delivers their baby at home during winter storm

For Cody and Patience Rushing, they expected the birth of their third child to be much like the previous two ─ going to a hospital and delivering there. That is, until Wednesday morning. → Read More

East Texas couple delivers their baby at home during winter storm

For Cody and Patience Rushing, they expected the birth of their third child to be much like the previous two ─ going to a hospital and delivering there. That is, until Wednesday morning. → Read More