Voters Weigh In On Social Media Following Presidential DebateVoters had plenty to say on social media about Monday night's debate between Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump and Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton.
Garland Police Investigating Robberies Targeting TeensGarland Police are investigating three robberies that occurred in the northern part of the city while the juveniles were either waiting at the bus stop or walking to school.
Arrest Warrant Describes Night Out Ending In TWU Student's DeathSocial media accounts, surveillance video and cell phone pings all put Vandagriff and the 30-year-old fitness trainer together in Denton where the two eventually went to Bryant’s home, and she wound up dead.
WhatsApp To Share Your Phone Number With FacebookMessaging service WhatsApp said that it will start sharing the phone numbers of its users with Facebook. This means that WhatsApp users could soon start seeing more targeted ads on the social media service.
Woman Who Stole "Back The Blue" Sign ApologizesShe tells CBS11 she didn't realize it was a memorial to a fallen officer.
After Public Shaming, Norma’s Café Sign Swiper To Return ItA tribute to a fallen police officer is expected to make its way home tonight, after it was stolen from in front of Norma’s Café in Oak Cliff.
Texas Lawyer Ordered To Watch What He 'Prays' For On FacebookTwice, in separate trials, the Ellis County District Attorney's office has convinced judges to stop attorney Mark Griffith from posting running commentary of a trial in his prayers on Facebook.
Unfriended? Divisive Presidential Campaign Roils FacebookSome friends don't let friends talk politics anymore on Facebook. Others are on "unfriending" sprees or have just shut down their accounts to get a break from the heated political debates.
Snapchat Removes Filter Amid Claims Of Racial InsensitivityThe social media app's filters, also called lenses, allow users to change their appearance with silly faces or morph themselves into cartoonish animals and other characters.
Facebook Starts Blocking Ad Blockers On Desktop SiteFacebook is blocking ad blockers on the desktop version of its service, saying that relevant and well-made ads can be "useful." The company is also giving users easier ways to decide what types of ads they want to see.
Facebook Adjusts News Feed Formula To Battle 'Clickbait'Facebook is taking another stab at ridding users of 'clickbait' links in their news feeds, like the ones that ask readers to "guess what happened next" without providing any useful information.
"Arthur" TV Network Disappointed By Explicit MemesThe network behind the animated series "Arthur" is disappointed that social media users are combining images from the long-running children's show with explicit situations and language.

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