The man and women in a YouTube video of an infant boy being put into a washing machine will not face any criminal charges.
Keep Philadelphia Beautiful has launched an interactive litter prevention campaign to link the act of littering with universally accepted wrongdoings.
Chris has a big show on such a rainy day as he talks with Stripper Melissa BangBang Forgione, CBS3’s Ben Simmoneau on his peice about Twitter is where the Strippers are hiding, John Stossel’s visit to Philadelphia tomorrow, and Philadelphia’s Inquirer’s Business Editor Andy Maykuth.
Teachers hurled insults like “bastard,” “tard,” “damn dumb” and “a hippo in a ballerina suit.” A bus driver threatened to slap one child, while a bus monitor told another, “Shut up, you little dog.”
Jason McElwain became an overnight celebrity when a 2006 Youtube video of him shooting six three-pointers in four minutes went viral.
For a 12- or 13-year-old, image is everything. Many students at Haddonfield Middle School said they had seen these videos and found them troubling.
Beginning in March, Google says it will do more with the information it collects about your web habits.
In protest of two bills in Congress that would aggressively crack down on illegal Internet content, Wikipedia is offline today. But it’s far from the only site speaking out over free speech concerns. That appears to be having an impact on Capitol Hill.
A judge has raised the bail of a New Jersey man who is facing charges for his alleged role in a videotaped beating of a New York Rangers fan outside Geno’s Steaks following the NHL’s Winter Classic on January 2nd.
It is hard to watch a videotape posted on YouTube of 18-year-old Justin Baker of Lumberton being beaten by two men, one police have identified as 19-year-old Joseph Abraham. On the tape, Baker is accused of stealing Abraham’s video games.
A Philadelphia traffic judge who made remarks in a YouTube video suggesting campaign donors would find a “hook-up” in his court has been relieved of his duties.
An argument between rival hockey fans quickly turns physical after the Winter Classic hockey game.
Philadelphia police say one of the teens, seen in an online video vandalizing cars, has turned himself in.
A young man strides purposefully into the woods as a cameraman asks what he’s about to do. “About to go beat up this bum,” the man in the video says.
While most school systems identify bullies and use suspension as a deterrent, Needham Youth Services is trying to rehabilitate them through counseling.