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What To Consider Before Using Certain AppsThere are concerns about privacy and facial recognition with some fun apps.
Former President's Donald Trump Facebook Ban UpheldKen Molestina reports.
Viral Tik Tok Video Helps Struggling Downtown Dallas RestaurantRachael O'Neil reports.
Greenville ISD Elementary School Student Explains Photo Of Teacher's Foot On His Neck"I think she was doing it as a joke, like she didn't put pressure on it or anything," said student Zaelyn Jackson.
North Texans Flocking To Facebook Group Crowdsourcing Information On How To Get COVID-19 Vaccine“We’re in a learning period and people are extremely anxious to get this,” said Jon Battle, who lives in Plano.
Texans Find Answers, Comfort In Facebook Group For COVID-19 Survivors“I actually just searched on Facebook for COVID survivors and because I was having so many just strange symptoms,” said Billi Phillips, a COVID-19 survivor from Amarillo.
Gov. Greg Abbott Says He's Offended By Vetting Of Texas National Guard In DC"No one should ever question the loyalty or professionalism of the Texas National Guard," said Gov. Greg Abbott.
Dallas Man Troy Smocks Charged With Making Threats Regarding Capitol RiotsTroy Anthony Smocks, 58, was charged by criminal complaint with knowingly and willfully transmitting threats in interstate commerce, according to an FBI news release.
FBI, Other Law Enforcement Look To Counter Online Extremism In Wake Of Capitol AttackThe FBI is warning police departments across the country of violence in the coming days ahead of President-elect Joe Biden’s inauguration.
North Texas Senior Becomes TikTok SensationKaren Borta introduces us to Stephen Austin.
Alternative Social Media Network Gaining SteamBrooke Katz takes a closer look at Parler.
What To Do About Misinformation On Social MediaExperts say we should be extra skeptical about information we find on social media about the election.
Fort Worth Police Officer Terminated For Sharing Racist Post On FacebookPolice made the announcement after saying they concluded an internal affairs investigation into the social media post involving officer Roger Ballar
I-Team: How Much About Your Child Are North Texas School Districts Sharing Online?The social media images that teachers may be posting are now coming from inside students' homes.
Gov. Greg Abbott 'Looking At' Proposal For State Takeover Of Austin Police DepartmentAustin city leaders have approved a plan to take millions of dollars away from the police department and direct the money to social services.
DeSoto ISD's New Acting Superintendent Already Under FireDon Hooper apologized for some controversial social media posts.
TWC 'Accidentally' Tweets Texas Will Apply For Extra $300 Unemployment PaymentA mistaken tweet from the Texas Workforce Commission has caused further confusion about whether unemployed Texans will be receiving the added $300 a week benefit authorized by President Donald Trump.
Rumors About COVID-19 Parties DebunkedThere is talk on social media about people getting kids together to spread the virus in an effort to give them immunity.
Texas Most 'Stressed Out' State During Coronavirus Pandemic According To Twitter DataGeotagged Twitter data shows tweets and hashtags about being stressed or stressed out.
Wylie ISD Teacher Resigning After Reportedly 'Liking' Racist TweetSources told CBS 11 the Twitter post used the 'n' word and referred to blacks as "subhuman animals."​
Wylie ISD Trending On Social Media For All The Wrong ReasonsA teacher has been placed on leave for liking a Twitter post that uses the N-word and refers to black people as" subhuman animals."
North Texas Companies Participate In #BlackoutTuesdayIt's a show of solidarity against racism.
SMU Professor Arrested For Same Crime As George Floyd Says 'White Privilege' Reason For Different OutcomeMark McCoy’s tweet about being treated so much differently for an identical crime has been shared and commented on by more than a million people.
North Texas School District Recognizing Alumni On Front Lines Of COVID-19 OutbreakFormer Allen High School students who are now doctors and nurses are being honored for their efforts during the coronavirus pandemic.

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