Coming up on Good Morning East Texas: The victims of a violent robbery are speaking out about their ordeal. It turns out this isn't the first time they have been robbed.
Sheriff's deputies in Nacogdoches County are on the lookout for a murder suspect this morning. They say the body of the man's wife was discovered this week near the Rusk County line.
Police in Quitman arrest a 16-year-old boy they say took a gun to school. They don't believe the Quitman High School student had plans to harm any of his classmates, but instead was simply careless in bringing the gun to campus.
And four East Texas football teams are facing their biggest games of the year tomorrow. Longview, Daingerfield, Carthage and Cayuga are all playing in the championship games in their respective divisions.
Plus, Friday means it's time for Grant Dade's "Cooking Up A Storm". Today's tasty treat is …turkey enchiladas.
Clear skies overnight allowed temperatures to drop into the lower to middle 30s in most areas. Today will be sunny and pleasant. After a little morning frost, temperatures will warm to around 60 degrees. A cold front will move through today but the air mass behind this front is not of arctic origin. Highs this weekend will be in the 50s however, we will start off our Sunday cold with lows in the upper 20s and lower 30s.
Another strong front will move into the area Wednesday with the possibility of strong storms. We will have to watch this system very closely. Behind this next front lies the coldest air of the season for Christmas Eve and Christmas day. Right now, it just looks cold and dry. Sorry, snow lovers!