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HAPPENING TODAY: More and more kids having identities stolen

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Did you catch any of that weather that blew through last night? What about today and the week to come? Diane Deaton has a look at a chance to dry out for some early this week, but then it looks like the rain returns as the week moves on. Click here for more

Plus, Liz Koh gives you a look at a type of identity theft that maybe goes under-reported but is a big problem across the country. More and more children are having their identities stolen. She’ll give you some tips on what to look out for and what you can do. Click here for more

And, there is a recall to let you know about this morning involving a certain type of Hostess Brownie. Click here for more

Oh, and it’s "National Left-Handers Day." So, if that’s you, just read this going the other direction. Click here for more


After a very noisy late night, the showers/storms have moved out of southeast Louisiana/southwest Mississippi. However, a few wet streets will remain during the morning commute, so drive safely. But, it's good to start out with a quiet FIRST ALERT Doppler radar and mild temperatures generally in the lower 70s. Later in the day, you'll see partly cloudy skies and it will be hot, with a few spotty to isolated showers and a high of 93. Overnight, it will be mostly fair, with a low in the mid-70s. Tuesday, watch for areas of early morning fog. Otherwise, it will be another hot and mainly dry summer day, with a 20 percent rain chance and a high of 94.






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