Retailers are taking to targeting customers over social media sites for 2013′s Black Friday.
Parents should take concrete steps to limit their children’s use of electronic devices and social media to prevent obesity and other health-related risks, a national pediatrics group said Monday.
Minors in California will have a chance to remove embarrassing photographs and potentially damaging postings on social media websites under a bill that has been signed into law by Gov. Jerry Brown.
Long Beach police warned residents and businesses Friday about a possible “bash mob” this weekend.
Putting a technological spin on the adage that it takes a village to raise a child, the University of California launched a campaign on Wednesday to harness the power of social media to raise money for student scholarships.
A 26-year-old man was in custody Tuesday on suspicion of sexually assaulting two women.
The legislation would expand California’s prohibition against employers asking job candidates or employees for access to their social media accounts.
A man was taken into custody Monday afternoon after making threats on social media against Antelope Valley College in Lancaster.
A transgender student at Marina High School in Huntington Beach is vying to become the school’s Homecoming Queen.
A 38-year-old Orange County math teacher was charged Tuesday with possession of child pornography after inappropriate images were allegedly discovered on his social media account and at his residence.
The Glendale Unified School District has hired a Hermosa Beach company to monitor public social media posts made by its students to find out when teens are in trouble or causing it.
State lawmakers are attempting to limit a distressing social media phenomenon known as “revenge porn,” where spurned suitors post intimate photos of their ex-lovers on the Internet for all to see.
It’s the smell of victory.
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.