there is nothing else different about my homepage, yahoo.com. Just what shows on the front page as the "local" news. Nothing funky happening in my email or anywhere else
OK I have my home page set as yahoo.com
I live in Texas. My ISP use to be SBCglobal, which changed to AT&T. But I was able to keep my email that ended in sbcglobal.net
So when I go to yahoo.com and log in with my sbcglobal.net email/user name, the local news on the FRONT page is for Oklahoma City which is a good 3 hours+ away from where I live. It use to show Dallas Texas as local news. Now when I actually click on the local news tab, it does show the correct location, just not showing on the "fronT/Home" page
What is interesting is that my wife also has a sbcglobal.net email/user account that was created the same day as mine. When she logs in, her local news on the front page is Dallas
I have tried to change it back, and it changes. But then if I delete the cookies, the local news ON THE FRONT PAGE reverts back to Oklahoma City. Shouldn't the default local news be dallas,Tx since that is where mt ISP is located?
Can anyone help me understand this?
Has my account been hacked? Nothing else strange about it other than the location of the local news shown on the front page
This happens no matter if I use my computer at home or my computer at work