'One In A Million;" Incredibly Rare Yellow Cardinal Spotted In FloridaAn extremely rare yellow northern cardinal was spotted in Port St. Lucie, Florida, exciting bird enthusiasts and drawing in anyone who can appreciate a good bird photo.
Norwin School District Warns Parents About Man Asking Students For Nude Pictures On SnapchatThe Norwin School District is warning parents about a man asking for nude pictures on Snapchat.
Instagram Joins Trend, Releases Dark Mode OptionInstagram is rolling out a dark mode option, the latest major app to latch onto the eye-strain-reducing, battery-saving, chic-looking trend that's sweeping the globe.
Bird Or Bunny? Social Media Confused Over Optical Illusion AnimalIt's a bird! It's a rabbit! No, it's definitely a bird. But hey, you be the judge.
‘Please Refrain From Posting False Stories’: Police Warn Public About Fake Attempted Kidnapping PostThe Mt. Pleasant Borough Police Department is issuing a warning about a post circulating on social media that is believed to be inaccurate.
Study: Social Media May Harm Teens' Mental HealthSocial media use has been linked to depression, especially in teenage girls.
Mayor Peduto Says Death Threats Against Him Are Rising; Increases SecurityMayor Bill Peduto confirmed that he is increasing his personal security 24/7.
Social Media Taunt Inspires Locals To Rescue Homeless Working FatherWhat appeared to be a case of social media shaming turned out to be blessing for a Georgia man last week.
Facebook Debuts New U.S. Blood Donation ToolFacebook is no longer just a place to connect with former high school buddies; the social media giant now wants to make it easier for you to connect with blood banks, too.
Grumpy Cat, The Grouchy-Faced Kitty That Became A Social Media Sensation, Is DeadGrumpy Cat, arguably the internet's most popular cat and one of its first viral memes, has died aged 7.
'The Great Social Media Arms Race': Dangerous Apps & Social Media Leave Kids Vulnerable To Predators, BulliesThere are hundreds of apps that kids can easily download for free to post, snap, share and tweet, but advocates and law enforcement say often, kids share too much.