Good Morning East Texas Headlines 10/14/2010


Coming up on Good Morning East Texas: He's on the run from the law. We'll tell you how an ast Texas drug suspect has managed to evade sheriff's deputies and the DPS twice this week.
Foreclosure numbers are going up. We'll have details on the latest figures...and tell you if the trend is expected to continue.'s time for food and fun at the fair. We'll show you some of the tasty treats being offered at this year's Pineywoods Fair in Nacogdoches.

Until Next Time, 
Clint Yeatts

KLTV News Anchor 


We're in for another beautiful day across East Texas. Gracie Maldonado will have details on your forecast to finish out the week...and a look ahead at your weekend.


The search continues for a fugitive who has escaped authorities for the second time in two days.
A Big Sandy teenager is dead, and another is under arrest

MULTAN, Pakistan (AP) - Pakistan says it's foiled a plot to kill top government officials, including the prime minister and foreign minister. A senior police official says the plot was discovered during interrogation of seven militants who were arrested yesterday. It's not clear how far along the alleged plots were.

PHILADELPHIA (AP) - It will likely be a nasty day for much of the upper East Coast thanks to a nor'easter that's formed off North Carolina. The storm has triggered marine advisories along Maryland, Delaware, and New Jersey, with gale warnings up to Massachusetts. Heavy rain and strong winds are expected.

LOS ANGELES (AP) - The third quarter was a grim one for foreclosures, with the number of homes seized breaking the record set during the second quarter. RealtyTrac Inc. says the total topped 288,000. Many may be challenged now that states are accusing banks of evicting people without reading documents.

FORT HOOD, Texas (AP) - More witnesses are expected to testify today about last year's shooting rampage at Fort Hood as a hearing resumes for Major Nidal Hasan. The hearing will determine whether the Army psychiatrist will stand trial for the November shootings.

HOUSTON (AP) - The Texas Court of Criminal Appeals has upheld the conviction of a triple-murderer who was returned to death row after his original death sentence was overturned. Billie Wayne Coble was convicted in the 1989 deaths of his estranged wife's parents and her brother, who was a Waco police sergeant.