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A Mississippi woman is without a job after celebrating the murders of two Hattiesburg police officers on social media.
A night out in Bricktown leaves one woman frantic, after her wedding ring turns up missing. So she posted a picture on Facebook and it spread far beyond Oklahoma.
Two students are accused of threatening students and faculty through social media.
Under the strain of budget and staff cuts, the Internal Revenue Service is increasing the amount of information online about filing taxes. The agency says it is now using Twitter and Youtube to reach taxpayers.
Millions of people all over the world are taking part in the #100happydays challenge, and it is changing people's lives everywhere, even here in Texoma.
The town of Seymour is drawing in visitors with a new project called Foodie Fridays.
Texas Rangers fans are furious after a photo circulating on social media shows a memorial for a fallen Rangers fan covered in empty beer cans and bottles.
Woman left in a Burger King bathroom as an infant hopes Facebook can help her find her birth mother.
Indiana woman uses Facebook to find biological Mom.
Civil War raid reenacted on social media.
Sharing short video clips is now easier than ever.
Experts say social media is changing almost ever facet of our lives.
If you get an email about a lawsuit against Facebook, don't delete it immediately.
Page features hundreds of pictures of female Perry High School students.
Police are using Facebook and other social media to gather evidence