KYW Newsradio social media editor Melony Roy reports daily on what’s trending around the region and the world.
Here’s a cheerful greeting card idea: “Give me all the money or I will kill you.” That’s apparently what the suspect who tried to rob a Philadelphia Hallmark store at 1617 JFK Boulevard last week came up with.
Mayor Nutter is mounting a decidedly low-budget rebuttal to the teacher union’s ad campaign which slams him.
Eagles QB Michael Vick’s brother Marcus offers a bounty on Riley Cooper on Twitter.
YouTube is giving us a peek at who’s watching what across the country.
A website dedicated to helping students interested in public health has released its list of the most social media friendly police departments.
Unbelievable video of a high school buzzer beater.
A New Jersey man captured on video beating a homeless man days before Christmas in 2011 has been sentenced to three years in prison.
Hoping priests will follow his digital example, Pope Benedict is urging church leaders to spread the faith to the next generation on social media.
While the big game regularly draws record numbers of viewers, there’s another aspect of the Super Bowl that’s just as compelling as the action on the field: the commercials.
South Korean pop sensation PSY is enjoying tremendous success with his hit song, “Gangnam Style” which has become the most accessed YouTube video of all time.
The Philadelphia Police officer who was caught on tape punching a woman in the face following the Puerto Rican Day Parade in September will be charged, according to the Fraternal Order of Police.
The Philadelphia Police have been using Facebook, YouTube, and Twitter to solve crimes and get the word out.
For Josh Crompton, who suffered a stroke at the age of 31 this past April, it all could have ended with “Tiny Dancer.”
A thief with an apparent bad “habit” is creating a lot of buzz on the internet.