Coming up on Good Morning East Texas: The Sheriff of Smith County has decided not to seek re-election when his term is up in 2012. We'll have a look at the long career of J.B. Smith…and tell you who he thinks voters should choose to lead the Sheriff's Office after he steps down.
Voters in several states are sending a signal to Washington. We'll have the results of Tuesday's primary elections across the country…and tell you how they could change the political landscape on Capitol Hill.
At will be up to a jury to decide the punishment for Blaine Milam, now that he's been convicted of killing a 13-month-old little girl. We'll tell you what punishment prosecutors would like to see in the case.
And…our Joe Terrell will find out if the "Shoedini" is capable of working magic with your shoes…in today's "Does It Work?".
A stationary front is draped across our southern counties this morning and will begin to move north today as a warm front. This front will act to spark a few isolated storms this afternoon, especially north of I-20. The atmosphere is conducive for any storm that forms to become severe producing hail, high winds, and even tornadoes. I'll give you all the details on the weather where you live this morning on Good Morning East Texas.