(CNN/CBS) - The iconic ad slogan "Got Milk?" is no more. The milk industry is going for a different look to get your attention. Instead of a celebrity with a milk mustache, look out for more real people. The new campaign is called "Milk Life" and will focus on milk's nutritional benefits. The got milk campaign kicked off in 1994, since then celebrities, athletes, and Olympians have sported those milk mustaches.
Web Exclusive: "Got Milk" campaign ends, "Milk Life" begins
Dave Goldman , KYTX 4:40 AM. CST February 25, 2014
The new Galaxy S5 from Samsung will be in stores by April. The newer model isn't all that different from last year's Galaxy S4, but this phone features a bigger screen, a heart rate sensor and a finger print scanner in the home button. It also has a 16 megapixel camera.
The new phone boasts better battery life than the previous model.
The most magical place on earth just got a little more expensive. A single-day ticket to Disney's Magic Kingdom will cost $99 dollars a day for people older than nine, that's up $4 dollars.
Single day tickets for Epcot, Hollywood Studios and Animal Kingdom also increased $4 dollars.
A Disney spokesperson say the new pricing reflects the high quality of the parks and she recommends families buy multi day passes to save money.
Investors are waiting to see if Men's Wearhouse will finally button up a deal with Joseph A. Bank. The company is boosting its takeover offer by 10 percent to about $1.8 billion dollars.
In return, Joseph A. Bank would have to back off its plan to buy the parent company of Eddie Bauer.