As U.S. Cyberbullying Cases Continue To Rise Girls Report More Harassment
Facebook Fined $5B For Privacy Violations, Ordered To Add OversightA new settlement with the Federal Trade Commission means Facebook will pay $5 billion in fines and must institute new privacy protections and oversight on its business. 
Twitter Hateful Conduct Policy Now Bans 'Dehumanizing' Posts Toward Religious GroupsSaying their goal is to "keep people safe", Twitter is now banning hate speech that targets religious groups by using dehumanizing language.
Mother Desperate To Find Wedding Ring Lost At Dallas Farmers MarketA wedding ring is always sentimental, but for Hanna Hart, it's especially so.
Border Patrol Under Fire After Inappropriate Facebook Posts By Agents SurfaceAfter learning of a secret Facebook group for U.S. Border Patrol agents, the head of the federal law enforcement agency condemned some comments made there as "completely inappropriate".
Farmers Branch Mayor Robert Dye Addresses Deadly Officer-Involved Shooting Of Pickup Theft Suspect: 'We're Not Afraid Of The Truth'Farmers Branch Mayor Robert Dye took to Facebook on Thursday and addressed the deadly shooting involving one of the city's police officers last week.
Normalizing Breastfeeding: Texas Target Tells Moms To Nurse 'Wherever And Whenever'Already known as a mecca for moms running errands, a Target in Weatherford is receiving even more praise for its empathetic approach to breastfeeding. 
Fort Worth Better Business Bureau Warns Of Summer Job ScamsThis year alone the Better Business Bureau in Fort Worth has received 130 reports of employment scams with close to $40,000 in losses.
Facebook Invests $416 Million To Build Solar Project In TexasIt is believed to be one of the largest solar projects in the nation and Facebook is building it in West Texas. 
Sister Of Dallas Crane Collapse Victim Kiersten Smith Posts Tribute: 'My Baby Sister, I Will Miss You Terribly'"She was in love with a great guy, soon to start a new job, and had so many other wonderful things to look forward to," said Toni Smith in a Facebook post.
Dallas Police Department Reviewing Officers' Social Media PostsThe review follows the publication of a database that appears to catalog thousands of officers' bigoted or violent posts from across the country.