11 Men Arrested In Tarrant County For Soliciting Minors Online For SexOfficers used personal ads, covert social media and communication platforms to communicate with potential targets looking to have sex with a minor under the age of 17.
FBI Social Media Monitoring Could Lead To Privacy Clash With FacebookThe FBI could find itself in a face-off with social media companies over privacy, after the agency solicited proposals from outside vendors to monitor social media for threats.
Influencer Brittany Dawn Involved In New Businesses After Scamming ControversyA social media star accused of swindling customers is back in business.
As U.S. Cyberbullying Cases Continue To Rise Girls Report More Harassment
Fort Worth Human Relations Commission Recommends Member's Removal Over 'Inappropriate Facebook Posts'In a special meeting Monday night, the Fort Worth Human Relations Commission unanimously approved a recommendation to remove Mike Steele from the group.
Over 2 Dozen Dallas Officers Disciplined After Offensive Social Media PostsDallas police officials say more than two-dozen officers face disciplinary measures after they were found to have posted bigoted or other offensive material to social media in violation of the department's code of conduct, including mocking protesters who were pepper-sprayed.
'National Selfie Day' Highlights Millennials' Efforts To Aim For Perfect Selfie"It’s a must for a perfect selfie. If you want to make your selfie look the best, you want a pouty lip, you want the best skin, smooth-looking skin," Carley Smith said.
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.
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.
Facebook Removed 2.2 Billion Fake Accounts From January To MarchFacebook took down 2.2 billion fake accounts between January and March, the company announced Thursday.
Former Cowboy DeMarcus Ware Gets Flat Tire In Dallas, Praises Courtesy Patrol On Twitter After 'Sweating Bullets'"The courtesy patrol came so fast I thought I was getting a ticket," Ware said in a video he shot and posted on Twitter.
Friends Say 'People Know' Who Killed North Mesquite Student Daniel Pacheco At Party 2 Years AgoTwo weeks away from graduating high school, Daniel Pacheco was shot and killed at a house party in Mesquite.
Flower Mound First Responders Rescue Child From Car Mom Accidentally LockedThe rescuers posed for a photo with the mother and child and tweeted out a reminder to parents about the dangers of leaving a child in a hot car for even a few minutes.
Widow Of Fallen Fort Worth Officer Launches Campaign Of Kindness In Husband's MemoryThe widow of a fallen Fort Worth officer has come up with an idea to preserve her husband’s legacy and she needs the public's help. She calls it Mission 3105.
4 Texas Prison Guards Fired, 2 Resign For 'Feeling Cute' Social Media PostsFour prison guards have been fired and two others resigned over insensitive comments posted on social media in regards to a "Feeling Cute Challenge," a Texas Department of Criminal Justice official says.