A local teacher and mother is reaching out to help the family of the boy who was killed after falling into an exhibit at the Pittsburgh Zoo & PPG Aquarium.
Abandoned buildings. Graveyards. Underground tunnels. Those are the settings for countless Halloween fables. Such places set the tone for a Facebook page focusing on western Pennsylvania.
“The Vampire Diaries” has been nominated for TV Guide’s third annual ‘fan favorite’ cover poll.
“It’s free and it always will be.” That’s the slogan you see when you log onto Facebook. But a new change is causing concerns about the way they do business.
On Friday’s edition of the KDKA NewsRadio, Bill Rehkopf talks with Alicia Kozakiewicz.
A man has been arrested after allegedly assaulting a teenage girl he met through Facebook.
Shortly after Klein Michael Thaxton took his hostage, he used his victim’s iPhone and computer to turn to Facebook, posting, “i cant take it no more im done bro — how this ends is up to yall bro.”
It was billed “Campaign Coverage in the Time of Twitter,” a discussion at Carnegie Mellon University on the growing role of social media and internet technology in news coverage of politics.
A man is facing charges after bringing a teenager to a hotel room after meeting her on the internet. The criminal complaint reads like a chapter out of the hit book “Fifty Shades of Grey.”
It was an uplifting night here in our region and all over the world as thousands of red balloons were released into the sky for a very special boy. The Texas Roadhouse restaurant in Washington was one of hundreds of locations around the world to hold Ryan’s Red Balloon Release Friday night.
With all the communicative access to current local, national, and global information, expecting the masses to settle for media headlines and sound bites is insulting to today’s technologically-aware audience.
You can get all kinds of deals and plenty of freebies with very little effort on your part. There are more than 3 billion “likes” and comments on Facebook each day. Companies are hoping you like them and in return they are giving away all kinds of goods.
The Next moves from city to city, each one an iconic, sonic hot spot —Orlando, Baltimore, Dallas, Chicago, New York, and Los Angeles. Each episode, our four recurring Superstar Icons, Gloria Estefan, John Rich, Nelly, and Joe Jonas will drop in on the lives of four different Contestants — local musical heroes with not just a buzz on the scene, but rather a huge regional following of devoted fans.
A family friend helped plan a banana split party for Ryan, a boy with Down Syndrome, posting it on Facebook and inviting friends. Within days the invitation list grew to nearly 30,000 people in all […]
Have you ever felt wronged and wanted to complain to a company? Well, complaining has gotten a whole lot easier thanks to social media.