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.
TCU Police Increase Patrols Following Social Media Threat In Fort WorthSomeone posted messages on social media on Sunday suggesting that on Monday there would be an incident in Fort Worth where they intended "to cause a loss of life."
Century-Old Police Award Discovered At Pawn Shop, Irving Police Trying To Find Recipient's RelativesAn Irving Police Athletic League board member who owns a pawn shop came across the item that looks like a badge and wants to get it back in the right hands.
Pinterest Going Public, Sets Sites On $1.5B IPODigital scrapbooking site Pinterest hopes to raise as much as $1.5 billion in its initial offering of shares.
Social Media Battling Outbreak Of Vaxx, Anti-Vaxx MisinformationLike health officials facing measles outbreaks, internet companies are trying to contain vaccine-related misinformation.
Dallas ISD Puts Skyline High Teacher Accused Of Making Racist Comments On Administrative LeaveThe teacher joined the Skyline staff in August 2018, DISD said.
Fort Worth Police Save, Protect Ducklings After Mother Duck Struck In RoadPolice said the duck's 13 ducklings were "distraught" and one fell down a sewer drain.
Texas AG Looking Into Nearly 2 Dozen Complaints Against Dallas Fitness Blogger Brittany DawnA Dallas lifestyle blogger accused of scamming clients now has the attention of the Texas Attorney General.
Conor McGregor Announces Retirement On Twitter: 'Proper Pina Coladas On Me Fellas!'UFC superstar Conor McGregor announced his retirement on social media Monday night, abruptly ending his remarkable fighting career.