Google has launched a tool that lets you decide what happens with your email and other online accounts after you die.
It’s an ad that some find hilarious, while others find it a bit too edgy.
Have you heard of Vine? Twitter launched the video-sharing app in January, and it has quickly become the hottest, new social media craze.
Two Ohio teens accused of making online threats against a rape victim are scheduled for their first court appearance.
Time Magazine is out with its favorite Twitter feeds.
Canadian astronaut Chris Hadfield tweeted a photo Pittsburgh from space Saturday morning, sharing a spectacular view of the city.
As a college student, getting a good internship is important, so when Villanova student Sean Hudgins landed a social media internship at the Vatican, he was excited to go halfway across the world.
A Mount Lebanon High School music teacher who is suspended without pay waived his preliminary hearing Thursday, choosing to go straight to court on charges including corruption of a minor.
Two teenagers accused of threatening a rape victim in Steubenville, Ohio appeared in juvenile court Tuesday morning.
Jefferson County, Ohio, Sheriff Fred Abdalla issued a warning Monday night.
Mike Pintek joined a group of Ambridge High School students to break down some of the latest issues in the news.
A Mount Lebanon chorus director turned himself in Friday to face charges of sending-sexually explicit texts to a male student for two years, and even beyond graduation.
A local police chief in Somerset County has been suspended without pay after a controversial picture of him surfaced on the Internet.
Pittsburgh’s own Kiersten Kelly is becoming a YouTube star seemingly overnight. Kelly joined KDKA Radio’s Robert Mangino on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA to talk about her video, her birth defect and her anti-bullying campaign.
If you want to do a little acting, this could be your chance. Several new shows, which will reach people around the world, are going to be filmed right here in Pittsburgh.