The online community really jumped in with both feet when it came to April Fool’s day this year.
A California teen asks out Kate Upton in a video in which he’s seen sitting by a pool, doing push-ups and shaving.
Southfield police are investigating a fight between two high school freshmen that was posted to YouTube and shared through social media.
She’s a master of the getaway, and she’s getting attention from around the world.
From the streets to cyberspace, 21st century gangs are taking their arguments to the Internet.
Romney looks to come back from 47% don’t pay taxes remarks and attacks on China trade. But Romney has so many vulnerabilities on China it is hard to understand why he would pick this issue.
The producers and sponsors of the “The Pure Michigan Statewide Singalong” say they hope to resolve a copyright dispute with the creators of the platinum hit song “Good Time” on which it is based.
Grand Rapids lip dub czar Rob Bliss and Jeff Barrett will take to the streets of Detroit and other towns to ask folks to sing “Good Time” by Carly Rae Jepsen for a YouTube video project promoting Michigan.
There’s a lot of talk this week about a YouTube video that show Detroit Tigers Jose Valverde apparently spitting on a baseball during a game against the Cincinnati Reds.
YouTube campaign videos are more positive than ads aired on television, a new University of Michigan study shows.