The statue has stood in Lucille Ball Memorial Park in her hometown in Celoron, New York, since 2009. The Facebook page demanding the statue be removed was started in 2012, but recently came back into the spotlight with an article from The Post-Journal in Jamestown, New York.
Rock ‘n’ roller Vince Neil is taking a fight over his Internet persona to state court in Las Vegas, with a lawsuit accusing a social media consultant of refusing to give him control of his Facebook and LinkedIn accounts.
In less than two days, 16,000 people on a Facebook page in El Dorado County helped lead police to a man who escaped from a mental-health facility.
According to a new study, people are more modest and humble about sharing good news on Facebook than they are about bad news.
Facebook users in the U.S. will soon receive Amber Alerts to help find missing children who may be located near them.
The only clue dispatchers had was where the call connected with a cellphone tower near Vacaville, more than 30 miles away from where Jake and his dad Ryan Pritchard were actually hiking along the Blue Ridge Loop Trail near Lake Berryessa.
On Christmas Day, a man dressed as Santa Claus at Rowdy Randy’s paid for people’s gas. Down the street, more complete strangers pitched in to buy a bicycle for a boy who walked to school.
A new study has found that Facebook’s popularity among teens has dropped again.
A man’s work van was stolen from his driveway, but he didn’t realize it until the next day. The crime was caught on surveillance cameras and the culprits appear to be women.
The photo appeared in Jessica’s Facebook inbox from a man she’s never known. The picture depicts the man standing naked in profile, exposing everything but his face.
It started with just a handful of people, and it’s now turned into an army of hundreds in Rancho Cordova who say they are taking their neighborhood back, one click at a time.