Electrical flash puts worker in hospital, leaves city without power

An East Texas Oncor worker is now being treated in a Dallas burn unit after being injured in what officials call an electrical flash. The employee was shocked and burned during the incident that left half of the city without power. Francesca Washington has that report at 6.

At 10, Caleb Beames explains how Lufkin ISD hopes last night's announcement of salary increases will help the long-term stability of the district.

At 5 and 6, we'll tell you about how a woman claims a law-enforcement officer isn't obeying the law by leaving his K-9 unit in a hot car.

College football teams across the nation are doing something they've never done before. At 6, Laura Sadler explains how voluntary workouts are becoming mandatory and how that affects the SFA Lumberjacks.

And at 10, Michelle Reed tells you the story of a Huntington woman who believes her routine is part of her therapy after overcoming an abusive boyfriend. It's tonight's edition of "Survivors."

Jeff Awtrey
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