Section Sponsored By:

Social Media Top Stories

Viral videos expose companies online

Earlier this month, Local 6 showed you video of a Golden Corral worker in Port Orange, claiming his company stored raw meat and vegetables next to dumpsters.


'Flashpoint' discusses social media safety with parents,...

Local 6 anchor Lauren Rowe discusses issues affecting the Central Florida community on "Flashpoint."


Fiery fatal crash shuts down I-95

The Florida Highway Patrol is investigating a fatal crash that shut down Interstate 95 in Brevard County for several hours Saturday night.


Study: Using coupons on 1st date acceptable

A recent study found that most Americans feel it is acceptable to pay for a first date with coupons.


Thierry Roge/Reuters

Opt out of targeted Facebook ads

Facebook is now tracking your online activity beyond and the Facebook app in order to target you with more relevant advertisements.


Ferre' Dollar/CNN

What's a social media prenup?

With people revealing so much about themselves, their loved ones and their exes online, it was only a matter of time.


Can you be sued over bad review?

Some wedding vendors, medical professionals, contractors and even online merchants are adding "non-disparagement" or "non-review" clauses to contracts or terms and conditions, preventing customers from publicly criticizing their work.


Woods' ex graduates from college

Elin Nordegren, the ex-wife of golfer Tiger Woods, graduated with honors from Rollins College on Saturday.


Courtesy Lisa O'Neill Hill

Group 'selfies' cause increase in lice cases?

The group selfie may reportedly be responsible for a recent increase of lice cases.



Fake Facebook ads pose danger

Local 6 has uncovered imposters setting up fake Facebook pages -- designed to look like pages of major brands you trust -- then buying ads to promote contests and promotions that appear like they're being put on by the trusted company.