We will see partly cloudy skies this afternoon with a few scattered showers and thunderstorms. Highs will reach the lower 90s this afternoon. Tonight we will see a few evening showers before 8 PM followed by partly cloudy skies. Lows will reach the lower 70s. Your weekend forecast is coming up on Good Morning East Texas.
Sleep deprivation, crawling through the mud, rolling down a hill until you vomit - all done in the name of Jesus.
Four words were all it took for Bridlewood Church in Bullard to get dozens of churches and organizations to come to an event.
LOS ANGELES (AP) - Top present and former city officials in Bell, Calif., are scheduled for arraignment today on charges of bilking taxpayers out of $5.5 million to pay bloated salaries. The mayor, the ex-city manager and six current and former officials of Bell are headed from jail to court. Residents honked car horns and staged impromptu celebrations after their arrests.
WASHINGTON (AP) - With only Democrats who voted no on health care running campaign ads about it, President Barack Obama is going on the offensive to try to convince a skeptical public the plan is in their interests. The White House is preparing to use the law's six-month anniversary to trumpet new reforms that are taking effect, such as a ban on canceling insurance for someone who falls ill.
WASHINGTON (AP) - A new book sheds more light on internal divisions in the Obama administration, especially over Afghanistan. "Obama's Wars," by journalist Bob Woodward, suggests disagreements over policy and turf were even more intense than previously known and offers new details. The New York Times obtained a copy of the book before its scheduled publication date, scheduled for next week.
HOUSTON (AP) - A BP spokesman says an accident at the company's Texas City refinery left two workers hospitalized with steam burns. Refinery spokesman Michael Marr told the Houston Chronicle he had no other details on how the injuries happened yesterday afternoon. He says BP is reviewing the accident.
AUSTIN, Texas (AP) - Governor Rick Perry is seeking federal help for 13 Texas counties that had extensive flood damage from Tropical Storm Hermine. Perry also has renewed an earlier state disaster proclamation for the same 13 counties.