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Megan Yoder

WBIR Channel 10

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Recent articles by Megan:

Facebook is tracking you on other websites. Here's how you can stop it.

Facebook collects extensive data on its users, both on and off the platform. Here's how to regain some privacy. → Read More

WATCH: Netflix releases teaser clip for final season of 'Ozark'

Jason Bateman and Laura Linney are back for the fourth and final season of the Netflix thriller. → Read More

Here's why you shouldn't reply to meme 'quizzes' on social media

Hackers could use your responses to access sensitive accounts. → Read More

Boyfriend proposes after salvaging ring from massive house fire

Sean Matthews planned to propose to his girlfriend on the anniversary of them moving to their new home. Not even a massive fire could change his plan. → Read More

Man pushes beverage cart 200 miles in memory of 9/11 flight crews

Paul Veneto always felt the airline crews killed in the 9/11 attacks were never properly honored. So, he undertook a unique 200 mile walk to pay his respects. → Read More

'The Afghan in us never leaves' | Family who fled Afghanistan in the 80s helps welcome refugees

After leaving their home, the Popal family started a thriving restaurant business. Recently, their Afghan bistro has turned into a donation center for refugees. → Read More

'This is manifestly not Saigon' | Why are people comparing the Kabul airport to Vietnam?

Social media users are sharing side-by-side photos that draw parallels between Kabul evacuations and the Fall of Saigon in 1975. → Read More

How you can help Afghan refugees

The US plans to evacuate thousands of at-risk Afghans who served as interpreters, drivers, or civilian advisers to the U.S. military. → Read More

When his son wanted a store-bought arcade game, this dad built a better one himself

Michael Furr is mostly nonverbal and experiences severe emotional outbursts, including attempts to escape his home and school, but video games are a source of calm. → Read More

Wear Blue: Run to Remember honors Gold Star families

The Wear Blue: Run to Remember is a way for service members to support kids with a loved one who died in action. → Read More

Bullied as a kid for her shoes, this Air National Guardsman is collecting footwear for kids in need

Tech. Sgt. Becca Adams said her mom always taught her to give back while growing up, whether it was through serving in the military or volunteering. → Read More

Is there a connection between COVID and anti-Asian hate?

Anti-Asian hate crimes rose by 149% in 2020. → Read More

Man bowls perfect game using ball filled with father's ashes

John Hinkle's father was an avid bowler, but never had a perfect game. Hinkle completed the feat with a bowling ball containing his father's ashes. → Read More

Photo of gloves 'holding' hand of COVID patient a heartbreaking reminder of pandemic's continued devastation

A nursing technician in Brazil posted a photo of two water-filled surgical gloves enveloping the hand of an intubated COVID-19 patient. → Read More

'13 lb rage machine': Woman writes hilarious bio for 'demonic' foster Chihuahua

"I know finding someone who wants a chucky doll in a dogs body is hard, but I have to try," Tyfanee Fortuna wrote on Facebook about a foster dog named Prancer. → Read More

Comedian surprises NYC waitstaff with $13,000 crowdfunded tip

With help from her Instagram followers, comedian Robyn Schall recently surprised her server at a New York City restaurant with a generous tip. → Read More

Pageants helped this model with autism become the activist she is today

Rachel Barcellona, a model and singer with autism, honed her social skills at a young age by competing in beauty pageants. → Read More

Cartier Carey starts nonprofit 'Kids 4 Change' to donate diapers

With a lemonade stand and a strong will to help others, 11-year-old Cartier Carey has donated thousands of diapers to families in need. → Read More

He redesigned the hospital gown to give patients the dignity his wife never got

Mike McGregor started Janesi Comfort in honor of his wife Jolene who died unexpectedly from liver failure. → Read More

‘I became a mother on Skid Row’: After miscarriage, couple throws parties for homeless kids

Mary and Ari were devastated after a miscarriage. But they turned tragedy into joy by throwing parties for kids experiencing homelessness. → Read More