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Don't miss 7 News at Noon!

Good morning everyone!

Agnes DeRouen in the KPLC 7 Newsroom on this rainy Monday. 

Coming up at noon, we'll of course have more on this miserable weather. Ben tells me today should be similar to the past couple of days with numerous scattered showers developing as the day progresses. But how long will this wetter weather pattern continue? Ben's working out all of that right now so stay tuned for the show, but until then you can always see the latest radar view HERE or download our weather apps.

Also today, KPLC's Holly Carter is covering an apparent stabbing in Moss Bluff this morning.  One victim was transported to a local hospital, and one person is in custody. We're getting more information right now, and will have an update at noon.

Are you considering a summer vacation along the beach? While we've all heard how important it is to protect yourself from the harsh elements of nature, did you know the same holds true for that smartphone or tablet? We'll have advice on ways to protect your device.

Plus, clothing made from milk? Yep, a fashion designer is making her bovine creations come to life.

We'll have these and other stories at noon.  We hope you join us either online at kplctv.com or on air.  If you're able to get online, you may be interested in THIS story about a problem many may be having right about now - malicious software.

Be careful out there in the rain!

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