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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.

Self-sustaining house being built in Texas neighborhood

All eyes right now are on a small gated community in Cherokee County, Tex.. With roughly six hundred residents, one home being built stands alone.

La. Attorney General urges Internet safety for kids this summer

As the last day of school quickly approaches, many Louisiana children will suddenly have plenty of free time on hand.

Thieves could target Wi-Fi hotspots

It was a simple demonstration showing the simplicity for thieves to devastate your personal finances.

Will your wait for the iPhone 5 be worth it?

Will upgrading to a new version of the iPhone, when an official announcement is made, be worth the wait? 

Moody Gardens Galveston Island provides close-to-home summer fun

School is out, and it’s time that folks start looking for summer fun.

Party this weekend at Breaux Bridge Crawfish Festival

Starting Friday and throughout the weekend, thousands will congregate in Breaux Bridge to party with crawfish.

Fake online profile causes stir in Louisiana Governor’s office

BATON ROUGE, La (WGMB) — The Jindal administration says they're looking into who stole the Deputy Chief of Staff's online identity.