Former Rep. Anthony Weiner was sentenced Monday to 21 months in prison for sexting with a 15-year-old girl in a case that rocked Hillary Clinton's campaign for the White House in the closing days of the race and may have cost her the presidency.
According to an August 13 arrest report, Jeremy S. Beresoff walked into the Highway 55 Burgers, where Deputy Nikki Beresoff was eating, and shouted in the middle of the restaurant, "Whose d*** is this?!?" While yelling, investigators say he was holding up Deputy Beresoff's cell phone and showing pictures of multiple men's genitalia.
We've gotten a multitude of emails and texts alleging that the Brunswick County Sheriff's Office has been plagued with an ongoing sexting scandal, resulting in multiple demotions. The Sheriff's Office says that's not the case.
With more people staying connected through cell phones, sexting, or sending sexually explicit messages, photos or videos via text message, is popping up on teens' phones. But new studies show fewer than 20 percent of teens send or receive sexually explicit messages. Some experts, though, disagree.
For the second time this week the former North Brunswick High School band teacher accused of sexting a student was in court.
Mark Riel is charged with indecent liberties with a minor after allegedly sending an inappropriate text to a student in January.
The former North Brunswick High School band teacher accused of sending an inappropriate text to a student avoided jail by showing up for court this morning. WWAY was the only media outlet in the courtroom for Mark Riel's hearing.
Embattled New York Rep. Anthony Weiner is resigning from Congress, saying he cannot continue in office amid the intense controversy surrounding sexually explicit messages he sent online to several women.
Social media experts are meeting at the Wilmington Convention Center this week trying to teach businesses the benefits of the new technology. But as the controversy surrounding Rep. Anthony Weiner shows, there are also many risks.