Oil is flowing

With crude oil now being through the southern part of the US, local groups are still protesting the Keystone XL pipeline. At 6, Donna McCollum explains how Keystone made this happen and why there are some still fighting against the business. And at 10, Francesca Washington will bring you full coverage of the group's protest.

It's been almost two years since Kim Saenz entered state prison for the rest of her life after a jury convicted her in the deaths of up to five kidney dialysis patients. She's no closer to getting out after an appeals court upheld the verdict. Caleb Beames explains what's next for Saenz in his report at 6.

Clifford and Stephanie Olford were addicted to crack cocaine and their habit caused them to lose their children, their business and self-respect. The New Jersey couple moved to Lufkin after turning their lives around and now run the H.O.P.E. Center. It's Michelle Reed's installment of "Survivors" and it's tonight at 10.

Jeff Awtrey
Assignments editor