Coming up on Good Morning East Texas: Neighbors are speaking out about the man accused of being behind a string of pipe bombs and other explosive devices in East Texas. We'll hear what they have to say about Larry Gene North, and tell you why he is being given a mental health evaluation.
Rescue crews have re-entered the coal mine in West Virginia where four miners have been missing since a deadly explosion on Monday. We'll have details on their progress and whether officials are holding out any hope of finding the men alive.
It's out with the old and in with the new at the International Space Station this morning. We'll tell you what the crew of the Space Shuttle "Discovery" is replacing during a spacewalk.
And…we'll tell you what will happen to a San Antonio bus driver who took matters into his own hands to deal with an unruly passenger.
Not much to say this morning other than we are waking up with chilly temperatures in many areas. Temperatures dropped down into the middle and upper 30s this morning in our normally colder locations. With dry air and sunshine this afternoon, we will see temperatures warm into the middle 70s. Temperatures gradually warm to near 80 degrees by the end of the weekend with mostly sunny skies only interrupted by a few high clouds from time to time. Enjoy your weekend.