Coming up on Good Morning East Texas: Federal authorities have a suspect in custody in connection with the attempted car bombing in New York's Times Square. We'll have a live report with the latest on the investigation.
Federal agencies are ramping up their efforts to contain a massive oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico. We'll hear what President Obama is demanding from the company that owned the well.
A judge has set a hearing date for next week for the East Texas teen-ager accused of stabbing a teacher on the campus of John Tyler High School. We'll hear what the next big decision will be in the case against Byron Truvia.
Child abuse is a tragic subject that is too-often overlooked. In today's "Proud of East Texas", Joan Hallmark will share the story of John Borgstedt and his mission to help others.
A few areas received some rain last night, but now the showers that did develop are long gone. We are waking up this morning with a little patchy fog in a few areas and temperatures are mainly in the lower 50s. Today we will see mostly sunny skies once the fog lifts with highs in the middle 80s. We will be even warmer tomorrow and Thursday with sunny skies and highs from the upper 80s to near 90 degrees.
A cold front is still scheduled to move through on Friday, but it still appears there will be limited moisture with this front. I look for a few clouds to develop and that's about it. There is a slight chance of a few showers still late Saturday into Sunday, but for the most part it appears most of East Texas will remain dry through the weekend.