Coming up on Good Morning East Texas: President Obama is hosing dozens of world leaders today for a summit meeting on nuclear security. We'll tell you what they hope to accomplish in the next two days.
Federal investigators will begin the grim task today of finding out what sparked a fire at a West Virginia coal mine last week that killed 29 people. We'll tell you what they think may have played a role in the disaster.
East Texans are offering their thanks to the families of organ donors for their life-saving gifts. We'll tell you what they're asking others to do to help save more lives.
And…his words are helping to spread the word about the conflict that some call "The Forgotten War". We'll hear from retired Marine Marv Myers in today's "Freedom Fighters".
After a beautiful weekend, it looks as though we will start our work week off the same. We will have mostly sunny skies and warm temperatures, with highs reaching the lower 80s this afternoon. The warm, quiet weather will continue throughout much of the work week with highs in the upper 70s to lower 80s and mostly sunny skies. Clouds will begin to increase later this week and we could even see an isolated thunderstorm in the afternoon starting Thursday. A cold front will try to work its way into East Texas this weekend, so we will see a better chance of a few scattered storms, especially on Sunday.