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Stayc LaFern, a victim of "caller ID spoofing," is pictured here outside her Colorado Springs two truck business.

When Stayc Lafean launched a small towing company last month, spending $5,000 to print her new business phone number on trucks and advertisements, the Colorado woman never imagined she would fall victim to "caller ID spoofing" -- a scam in which virtually untraceable parties use someone else's number to disguise the identity of their own and inundate cell phones and land lines with relentless telemarketing robo-calls.

Israel and Hamas 'agree short truce'
Friday, 25 July 2014 17:43
25 July 2014Last updated at 23:42

A baby has been delivered from a woman killed in a Israeli air strike, as Ian Pannell reports

Israel and Hamas have agreed to a 12-hour pause in hostilities in Gaza, reports say.

The truce is due to begin at 0800 local time (0500 GMT).

One lane is closed on I-12 westbound at Milepost 23 or Livingston due to an accident.

Drivers are being are being urged to take US 190 westbound to Juban, Walker, or Denham Springs exit to avoid congestion.

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Some present and former New Orleans firefighters or their families could soon see checks arriving to cover debts the city has owed them for years and,

For too long, we haven't been heard. That was the prevailing message of the teacher majority in a group of almost 20 people interested in Jefferson

On Veterans Memorial Boulevard, just across from Kenner's $10 million police headquarters and blocks from Louis Armstrong International Airport's proposed $826 million passenger terminal, another public

The Ohio State University Marching Band, known for entertaining fans at sporting events with hypnotic formations choreographed to music, was also known among university insiders for a culture that facilitated sexual harassment, according to an investigative report.

Lynch a no-show at Seahawks' camp
Friday, 25 July 2014 17:39

Seattle Seahawks running back Marshawn Lynch officially started his contract holdout Friday by not attending the first day of training camp in Renton, Washington.

It's been a long journey to improve education in Tennessee, and opening the books on Common Core is the latest attempt.

"We had a very, very low set of standards early. In 2008 to 2009, we switched to Tennessee Diploma Project standards, which were much more rigorous," said Jamie Parris, the Director of Secondary Math and Science at Hamilton County Schools.

During NewsChannel9's Town Hall forum Thursday night, viewers weighed in on the good and bad.

Halbig v. Burwelland King v. Burwell are the most important and hotly contested legal challenges involving the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, or ObamaCare. (Along with my sometime coauthor Jonathan Adler, I had something to do with those cases happening.) The central issue is whether the PPACA allows the IRS to issue tax credits through health-insurance Exchanges established by the federal government.

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