‘4 Every Kid Afflicted, A Public Figure Will Die’ Threatens Graffiti Seen On City Buildings That Targets New Vaccine Law
From Pomona to West Hollywood to Beverly Hills, graffiti apparently targeting a new law in California requiring that nearly all public schoolchildren be vaccinated has been spotted.
In what may be the first Instagram-related libel case, a Los Angeles judge ordered rapper The Game to pay more than $200,000 to a former nanny for his children after defaming her in a rant on his social media account.
A tiny Pomeranian named Jiff is back with a new viral video.
The mother of a young child who battled a rare cancer for over a year is fighting Instagram after the social media service deleted a profile that accounted the child’s journey.
An anonymous artist whose paintings are seen throughout Skid Row is producing a piece on canvas for the first time to raise funds for the homeless.
Singer Chris Brown received quite the surprise Thursday when he returned to his home in Agoura Hills.
A local mother of two who shared an Instagram that showed her breastfeeding on the toilet is speaking out about the picture that’s received mixed reaction.
A police investigation into a San Dimas middle school student’s life allegedly being threatened over Instagram suggests that student may have posted the threats herself.
Deputies say they have detained a person in connection with online death threats made against a student in San Dimas.
Students in San Dimas wore blue Friday in support of a victim of cyber-bullying.
One post said, “Enjoy your fame on the news, sweetheart. This is your last week. Time’s up.”
Parents of students at Lone Hill Middle School in San Dimas are concerned after an Instagram account surfaced, made by someone threatening to kill a student.
An LA judge is closer to issuing a default judgment against the rapper The Game, who was accused of defaming the former nanny of his children in a rant on Instagram.
A motorcyclist who led police on a daring and oftentimes Hollywood-like chase was taken into custody Wednesday night.
Outrage grew Monday night over controversial comments made by the designer duo Dolce & Gabbana, who criticized in vitro fertilization in an interview.