A hacker asked the child for private information.
Fort Worth 9-Year-Old Targeted Via Family's KindleA hacker asked the child for private information.
Despite Public Health Warnings, Local Hotels & Restaurants Plan New Year's Eve EventsDespite Public Health Warnings, Local Hotels & Restaurants Plan New Year's Eve Events
Dallas NorthPark Center Santa Doing Virtual Visits This Christmas To Support Pediatric PatientsProceeds from the virtual visits are going to Children’s Health to advance medical research on pediatric illnesses and enhance patient care.
Online Math Study Tools Help Students Combat 'COVID Slide' For FreeOnline Math Study Tools Help Students Combat 'COVID Slide' For Free
Texas Wesleyan Offering Scholarships For Online GamersTexas Wesleyan University in Fort Worth is one of more than 200 colleges in the country that offers scholarships for online gaming. And director Eugene Frier says their program is built to make sure students have the tools they need to succeed.
Kids Getting Involved In Esports From The Comfort Of Their HomesKids Getting Involved In Esports From The Comfort Of Their Homes
'Dallas Empire' In The 2020 Call Of Duty League Playoffs'Dallas Empire' In The 2020 Call Of Duty League Playoffs
Tarrant County College Offering College For Kids Program VirtuallyTarrant County College Offering College For Kids Program Virtually
DISD Buses Bringing Internet To Underserved CommunitiesDISD Buses Bringing Internet To Underserved Communities
Company Offering Virtual Computer Coding Summer CampsCompany Offering Virtual Computer Coding Summer Camps
Dallas Museum Of Art Offering Virtual Art Summer CampsDallas Museum Of Art Offering Virtual Art Summer Camps
Ones For Texas: AT&T Launches Summer “Externship” For StudentsOnes For Texas: AT&T Launches Summer “Externship” For Students
Ones For Texas: Arlington Church Having Virtual Easter Egg Hunt That Everyone Can JoinA church in Arlington is having a virtual Easter egg hunt that everyone can join. Go to www.tatesprings.com/minecraft to register.
State Agency Backtracks After Chastising Local Business For Operating During PandemicBrittany Brown uses Facebook to advertise her hair braiding business, but this week her posts brought a flood of negative comments and reviews.
Stay At Home Workers Turning Cameras Off For COVID-19Stay At Home Workers Turning Cameras Off For COVID-19
New Kiosks Offer Digital Technology To DART RidersDallas Area Rapid Transit is working to improve the travel experience by having information available for riders in real time. Today the transit system unveiled new digital kiosks at the J.B. Jackson Jr. Transit Center in South Dallas.
Computers In Wilmer Paralyzed By CyberattackA small North Texas city is among nearly two dozen across the state that have been paralyzed by a major cyber attack. In Wilmer, municipal computers are being held for ransom -- most likely from hackers in Russia or China.
Designs Galore As Tech Celebrates World Emoji DayYou may be surprised that today is World Emoji Day, but the biggest tech giants aren't.
Amazon Prime Day Scams To Lookout ForAs Amazon Prime Day kicks off the surge in internet traffic is also likely to attract scammers looking to steal your data and payment details.
Getting Name, Information Off MyLife.Com Not EasyOne viewer contacted MyLife to take down her profile, but weeks later, she found a similar page under her name.
Apple Video Streaming Service Announcement Expected TodayApple is expected to announce today that it's launching a video service that could compete with Netflix, Amazon and cable TV itself.
Criminals Taking Advantage Of USPS Digital NotificationsCriminals Taking Advantage Of USPS Digital Notifications
Facebook Blocks 115 Accounts Ahead Of U.S. Mid-Term ElectionsFacebook said it blocked 115 accounts for acting suspiciously and possibly having links to foreign groups attempting to interfere in Tuesday's U.S. midterm elections. The social media company shut down dozens of Facebook and Instagram accounts and is investigating them in more detail.
Facebook, Twitter Chiefs Face LawmakersFacebook and Twitter executives defended their companies in two congressional hearings Wednesday, arguing they are aggressively trying to root out malicious foreign actors who want to do the United States harm just weeks before the midterm elections — and arguing that they don't discriminate against conservatives.