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Teen who cared for sick mom will walk at graduation commencement

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An Ohio senior almost missed his chance to walk at his commencement ceremony because of unexcused absences...but thousands of supporters rallied behind him. We'll tell you why he will get his cap and gown.

Plus, a routine traffic stop last night turns into a chase near Kilgore, and the suspect is still at large this morning. We will have the latest details.

And, on KLTV.com right now, a heart-warming story about a pint-sized crimefighter who got his wish for a day through the Make-a-Wish Foundation. Click here to watch this little 'Batman' stop a staged bank robbery and more.

It's going to be another gorgeous day, you just have to love spring in East Texas! Good Morning East Texas Meteorologist Grant Dade is back with us this morning and he has a look at your weekend forecast...

This afternoon will be another beautiful day as we see lots of sunshine and warm temperatures.  Highs this afternoon will be around 80 degrees.  Temperatures will not cool off quite as much tonight as we have seen the past couple of evenings.  Lows will drop down into the upper 50s.  Tomorrow a cold front will move into the area bring with it a chance of showers and thunderstorms along with cooler weather.  Highs tomorrow afternoon will range from the upper 60s along the I30 corridor to the middle and upper 70s across Deep East Texas.  See if this rain will linger into your weekend on Good Morning East Texas. Check out the 10 day forecast here.

Have a great day!

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