Ingrid Nilsen has been brought to tears. The 26-year-old YouTube star openly wept as she was showered with cheers and applause from an enthusiastic crowd at this weekend’s VidCon.
A swarm of spontaneous selfie sessions has commenced in the lobby of the Anaheim Convention Center as hundreds of fans have gathered for impromptu interaction with folks they watch online.
The family of an Orange County woman killed in a 2006 car crash is still fighting to keep graphic pictures of her death off the Internet.
The teenager, who asked CBS2/KCAL9 to protect her identity, shared a letter she wrote to anyone in her situation experiencing the horror of having nude photos leaked on the internet.
For bargain hunters, online clothing discounts can sometimes prove irresistible.
Someone posted their private information online, including names, addresses, and their kids’ schools.
Some called it animal cruelty.
The Salvation Army Southern California has partnered with a start-up to bring its beloved Angel Tree program online this year.
CBS2’s Suzanne Marques reports “guide stores” are popping up to help customers feel more confident with their purchases.
After a clip was uploaded to Sam Pepper’s channel last week, showing him asking women for directions and then grabbing their behinds, some say the YouTuber has gone too far.
The new feature kicks off with a virtual travelog showing 22 different locations where the popular soap has taped memorable scenes around the Southland.
A Cal State Long Beach student is sparking controversy over her decision to post a picture of herself online breastfeeding her daughter during her graduation ceremony.
A bill that would require California to place child day care records online is headed to the state Senate after sailing through the Assembly.
Federal and local law enforcement officials were expected Tuesday to announce the launch of a first-of-its-kind national cyber safety campaign.
Police said the boy’s parents came home and discovered the 52-year-old man molesting the boy Saturday night.