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Several arrested at Indiana Trayvon Martin rally

Coming up on Good Morning East Texas...

There were several arrests made on Sunday, all because of the Trayvon Martin case. But these arrests came several hundred miles away from where the shooting took place. We will have the latest details.

Plus, Smith County authorities are asking for your help to find a driver they say was involved in a fatal hit and run early this morning. We will have all the information you need to help authorities in their search.

And, it's now April...which means just one thing...it's almost tax time! Good Morning East Texas' Lauren Callahan will join us live in the studio to talk about a local program that's helping a lot of citizens with their tax returns, and they could be helping you too!

Storm Tracker 7 Meteorologist Grant Dade has a look at your forecast for the week ahead...

We are in store for another warm afternoon with scattered showers and thunderstorms developing.  A few of the storms could produce hail and gusty winds.  Highs today will reach the lower to middle 80s this afternoon.  Tonight we will see partly cloudy skies and mild temperatures.  Lows by Tuesday morning will only drop into the middle to upper 60s.  For our Tuesday we will see another chance of a few storms late in the day with high temperatures reaching the upper 70s to lower 80s across the area.  The rest of your work week forecast is coming up on Good Morning East Texas. Click here to sign up for weather emails!

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