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Windows XPiration

Microsoft's long-running operating system, Windows XP, expires on April 8. What should consumers still using XP do? Mark Barger talked to an expert.

E-Cigarettes: Hidden danger

(KFOR) The number of kids getting their hands on liquid nicotine used to refill e-cigarettes and being rushed to the emergency room grows each year. Ren Gaulrapp's 4- year-old happens to be one of them.

Pipeline pressure builds

Bipartisan group of senators urges President Obama to approve Keystone XL pipeline, saying it's vital to national security. Danielle Leigh reports.

Eight lives left

(WLBT) Binx the cat is back on the ground after spending five days stuck in the top of a tree near his Pearl, Mississippi home.

Eight lives left

(WLBT) Binx the cat is back on the ground after spending five days stuck in the top of a tree near his Pearl, Mississippi home.

Five charged in stash house bust

Prosecutors say men acted as armed guards, paid to watch over 115 illegal immigrants held for ransom in Houston home. Courtney Gilmore reports.

Beef prices on the rise

(KWWL) Americans are paying record high prices for beef right now due to a national cattle shortage, and this winter's harsh weather hasn't helped the situation for consumers.

Search for family continues

Man travels from Pennsylvania to Oso, Washington to search for family members lost in last weekend's deadly mudslide. Linda Byron reports. (KING) Kevin Ryce has flown 3,000 miles to Washington on a personal rescue mission.

Singing for the marathon

Middle school students lend their voices to recording of "I Will Run Again" to be played at the upcoming Boston Marathon. Amanda Grace reports.

Praying for healing

Hundreds gather in Arlington, Washington State Tuesday night for vigil honoring those impacted by Saturday's mudslide. John Langeler reports.

Caught On Cam: Botched burial

Family outraged after woman is buried in wrong cemetery plot, then casket is severely damaged during reburial. Krystle Henderson reports. (KPNX) A northern Arizona family is distraught over the botched burial of a loved one.

Pup in a pipe!

(KSEE) A little black puppy was the focus of an urgent rescue in Fresno, California Tuesday afternoon. He was missing when his owner, Priscilla Hinojosa, went out to feed the mother dog and puppies at lunchtime.

Grim task

(NBC News) As the search continues for survivors of a deadly mudslide in Washington state, the first steps in helping those affected have already begun.

Working together

President Obama is in Belgium emphasizing the need for the U.S. and Europe to work together to fight international threats. Tracie Potts reports. President Obama continues his European diplomacy tour in Belgium today.

Music without instruments

(WFLA) There's a saying some musicians know well: "play the music, not the instrument." Now a quintet at the University of South Florida is taking that to a new level.