Weather changes, wallaby sightings, and more

Good afternoon, everyone!

We're busily working in the newsroom today to bring you the latest on these and other stories:

First, we all have an eye to the skies, and our Mark Scirto will be with us all afternoon to keep us updated on our chances for severe weather. So far we know that a Severe Thunderstorm Watch has been issued for the following counties until 9:00 PM: Camp, Cass, Franklin, Gregg, Harrison, Marion, Morris, Panola, Rusk, Smith, Tutus, Upshur and Wood.

Stay with KLTV and for the latest updates, and if you haven't done so, make sure to download our weather app (available for iPhone and android) to have the weather at your fingertips 24 hours a day...and it's free!

We have a lot of interesting stories and video to share with you on East Texas News at 4:

An Upshur County family is frantically searching for its pet Wallaby, named Hamilton, which escaped from it's home in Gilmer on Friday. The community is pitching in, keeping eyes open and attempting to help. We'll check in at 4.

Also at 4, I'm going to write this, but you won't believe it, I bet: The Denver airport is "under attack." It's being attacked by bunnies. Yes, bunnies! We'll tell you what's going on coming up.

At 5, we'll discuss the once-again rising prices of fuel, and why it's happening. We also have a slideshow of area gas prices, taken today all around the area. Click here to view

And we'll talk at 6 about the fuel spill that occurred on Loop 323 and Commerce prompting a HAZMAT clean up, and we'll share the latest on the American Legion murder in Henderson that occurred over the weekend.

All of that and much more is coming up for you this afternoon at 4, 5, and 6. Don't miss it!

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We'll see you soon!

Stephanie Frazier

KLTV Web Producer