Photo Of Good Samaritan Shading Woman With Umbrella Goes ViralA simple act of kindness has turned a good Samaritan in Houston into a local celebrity thanks to one photo.
Zuckerberg Admits Mistakes, Outlines StepsMark Zuckerberg is breaking more than four days of silence as he posts an update about the Cambridge Analytica scandal.
Viral Social Media Shooting Threat Puts Local Schools On EdgeThe threat was reportedly shared with a photo saying: "Don't go to school tomorrow... Loaded up bout to head out."
Liked, Shared, Retweeted: These Were The Top CBS Local Social Media Stories Of 2017Here are some of our stories that you liked the best and shared the most from the last year.
Dexter Fowler Using Twitter For Good, Not The 'Goons'The centerfielder has recently donated $50,000 to hurricane relief and will help make a dream come true for a little girl with a bionic arm.
Using Facebook Makes You Feel Good, But Can Create Guilt, Study SaysA professor at Michigan State University is comparing the use of Facebook to an addiction.
Kershaw Posted About Suicide, Diagnosed with CancerWe're learning more about the man who led police on a chase on I-55 yesterday
Facebook Hits 2 Billion Users: What About YouTube, Twitter And Others?Facebook has just passed the two billion active users benchmark: How do the other social media giants compare?
34 Percent Of LinkedIn Profiles Lie A Little, 10 Percent Lie Completely, Study FindsAccording to a study, more than a third of LinkedIn profiles contain at least some degree of lying.
Mr. Met Back in Action After Obscene Gesture Goes ViralA day after the person inside the funny-looking costume was caught on video making an obscene gesture to a fan, the team said someone else was doing Mr. Met duty
Alderman Takes Anti-Speeding Campaign to Social Media22nd Ward Alderman Jeffrey Boyd has had it with people speeding on the streets of St. Louis.
Senators Agree Airlines Must Improve Treatment of Passengers, EmployeesSen. Bill Nelson, D-Fla., said air travelers frequently tell him they "feel like they're being treated as self-loading cargo rather than as valued consumers."