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Many people may lose internet service on July 9th

Pay attention -- or you could be booted off the Internet on Monday because of a malware that was planted in thousands of computers through a online advertising scam several months ago.

Who dat cabbie?!

In Louisiana, you might not be too surprised to see Drew Brees. Imagine getting into a cab in New York and seeing the quarterback behind the wheel!

Keep your child cool in record heat

For many parents the thought of triple digits temperatures immediately makes them think about the safety of their children in the sun.

New sleeping pill aids in patients sleeping longer

A new type of sleep drug is helping patients fall asleep faster and stay dreaming longer.

Mothers get more expensive gifts than fathers

Father's Day is this weekend, and according to one survey, Americans are planning to spend some money on dad, but not as much as they do on mom. Total spending is expected to hit nearly $13 billion.

Southfork Ranch sees spike in visits due to 'Dallas' return

The once popular hit TV dram Dallas is returning to the small screen, and that's fueling an economic boom for the show's iconic setting.

The Flaming Lips hope to break a World’s Record with show in Baton Rouge

Tickets to one of the most electric shows of the year will go on sale tomorrow and those who attend could be a small part of helping to break a Guinness World Record.

Study: Most recent high school grads not in college don't have full-time job

High school seniors just tossed their graduation caps into the air, and are now making plans to start the next phase in their lives. For many, that involves college, but others choose alternate paths.

GOHSEP director advises residents to have hurricane preparedness plan

The new director of GOHSEP, Kevin Davis, says being prepared for Hurricane Season is critical. The season hasn't officially started, and there have already been two named storms in the Atlantic.

Soldiers learn yoga and meditation to manage combat stress

Military posts are now implementing yoga and meditation programs to treat psychologically wounded soldiers returning from combat. At University Behavioral Health of El Paso, special programs identify with the causes of the disorder.