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What was the young Whitney Houston like in the recording studio?

Coming up on Good Morning East Texas...

What was Whitney Houston like in the recording studio as an up and coming star? You'll hear from the man who helped her record an early hit. Click here to read more on what Wayne Jernigan had to say about the vocal superstar.

Plus, It's almost springtime, which means those high school seniors are starting to think about what they're going to do next year, and if they're going to college or technical school, they and their parents are also thinking about how to pay for that education. Good Morning East Texas' Lauren Callahan is live in the studio this morning to show us how two East Texas students are making their way through school with the help of financial aid.

And, Storm Tracker 7 Meteorologist Grant Dade tells us...

We will see scattered showers and thunderstorms this afternoon.  Some of these storms could be strong to severe, especially south of I-20.  Highs temperatures will reach the lower 70s.  Showers and storms will end early this evening and temperature will drop into the middle 40s by Thursday morning.  Thursday afternoon will see partly sunny skies and high temperatures in the middle 60s.  More details on the threat of severe weather this afternoon are coming up on Good Morning East Texas. Click here to view KLTV.com's interactive radar for E. Texas.

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