Someone used an incarcerated man’s online profile to make a threat about shooting people at Antelope Valley College in Lancaster on Monday.
A graffiti artist, who allegedly tagged a police car during the riot in Huntington Beach last month, clicked the “like” button on the police department’s Facebook page, triggering his arrest, police said Sunday.
Burbank police will be out in full force Tuesday in preparation for a possible car enthusiast “flash mob” in the parking lot of Krispy Kreme Doughnuts in the city’s Empire Center.
Patricia Richardson teaches computer classes for a low cost at a career and job resource center called Women at Work in Pasadena.
A 24-year-old Burbank man has been missing for more than ten days and his family is becoming increasingly frantic.
A Riverside couple who posted a picture of their dog with a plastic bag over its head on Facebook said they’re getting death threats.
A Riverside woman is under investigation Thursday after posting a picture of a dog with a plastic bag tightly wrapped around its head on Facebook.
Court records show 27-year-old Karen “Gary” Kazaryan of Glendale has agreed to plead guilty to one count each of identity theft and unauthorized access of a protected computer.
Move over Vine, Instagram is now offering video on its popular photo-sharing mobile application.
A Palos Verdes Peninsula High School teacher had the opportunity to meet Judge Judy Sheindlin—and sit in the front row of her courtroom—thanks to an essay she wrote for a Facebook competition.
Taco Bell has fired the unidentified employee who caused a social media storm after appearing in an online photo licking a stack of taco shells, according to a statement on the company’s website.
An Alabama police officer who was suspended and placed on probation for Facebook posts about Christopher Dorner is challenging the punishments doled out by department officials.
Mothers across Southern California, as well as the nation, are finding support and a place to vent in a quickly-growing online community.
The daytime TV community and soap fans from around the world mourned along with actor Corbin Bernsen and his family Wednesday upon the passing of his mother, “Young and Restless” matriarch Jeanne Cooper.
As the ever-expanding world of social media continues to grow, con artists are finding more opportunities to strike.