Facebook Blames A 'Bug' For Not Deleting Your Deleted VideosA user downloaded their Facebook archive and was surprised to find several recordings that had been made years earlier and supposedly deleted.
Facebook Is Stepping Up Its Video FeaturesFacebook is stepping up its video features with a section dedicated to live and recorded video.
6 Best Halloween Makeup Instructional VideosPair that Halloween costume with the perfect makeup with the help of these YouTube instructional videos.
Miami Commissioner Calls Ultra Profits ‘Blood Money’ After Videos of SurfaceThere are renewed calls for an end to the Ultra Music Fest. A Miami commissioner wants Miami residents to see video of what he believes are drug-fueled acts at Ultra.
Netflix's New Feature Makes TV Show Marathons EasierIf you're in the middle of a "Mad Men" marathon on Netflix, the streaming service's new Post-play feature, unveiled today, could make it easier to jump to the next episode of Don Draper's exploits.
Miami Heart Surgeon Displaying Techniques, Reassuring Patients On YouTubeFor parents, having a child who needs surgery can be terrifying, especially when you don't know what that surgery entails.
Parkour Gaining Popularity As An Alternative To Traditional SportsParkour is fast-becoming popular around the world and right here in South Florida. Participants use walls and rails. No obstacle seems to stand in the way.
New Technology Takes Down Child Porn UsersFighting child pornography is a priority in South Florida. Now state and local investigators have a new weapon in the fight against the illegal images.
Borders Books Liquidation Sales BeginIf you’re looking for some great deals on books, then you should check out Borders Books because liquidators are starting going-out-of-business sales Friday.
Fla. Senate Votes To Keep Death Videos PrivateThe Florida Senate has approved a bill that would exempt photos, videos and audio recordings of deaths from the state's public records law.
Bill Exempts Photos, Videos Of Death From Public Records Photos, videos or audio recordings that depict someone dying would no longer be publicly available after a bill exempting those items was passed Wednesday.