Sarah Page-Wells talks about her group's efforts to help those less fortunate through art and deep empathy.
Facebook's COO allegedly called it a 'big deal strategically'
Sue Shauer, founding member of Military Mama Network, joins Good Day Chicago to talk about their efforts to make military members and their families feel supported during tough times.
Navy veteran William Schranz talks about his Facebook group, Veteran Art Collective, and the importance of providing avenues of expression for those who have served our nation.
A Tinley Park high school administration is on the defensive Monday after a video circulated on Facebook that appears to show students and teachers pointing their phones like guns.
FOX 32 goes 1-on-1 with Attorney Daliah Saper of Saper Law.
More than a third of Facebook’s daily active users have opted in to have their faces recognized by the social network’s system.
Chris Rodgers from Colorado SEO Pros joins Good Day Chicago to talk about why Facebook changed its company name and what that means for their plans for the future.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg says his company is rebranding itself as Meta, an effort to encompass its virtual-reality vision for the future.
Mana Ionescu, founder of Lightspan Digital, talks about the timing behind Facebook's potential name change and what the company hopes to accomplish with their rebranding.
A group gathered outside of the home of Mark Zuckerberg demanding he resign as CEO of the social media company.
Steve Bernas from the Better Business Bureau talks about the latest scam sweeping social media.
James Duda joins Good Day Chicago to talk about how he took his White Sox fandom to a new level with the help of a like-minded Facebook community.
Andrew Stoltmann of Stoltmann Law Offices joins Good Day Chicago to talk about the allegations made against Facebook and the ensuing legal battle they could find themselves in.
Carl Prouty from Abt Electronics talks about the cause of Monday's global outage for Facebook and its properties.
The whistleblower brought forth documents indicating the company knowingly puts profits ahead of public safety — an allegation the company hasn't flat-out denied.
A double-whammy for Facebook: first a bombshell whistleblower interview, then a massive service outage.
Facebook and its apps Instagram and WhatsApp were all down on Monday in an apparent widespread outage, according to the company.
Facebook and its apps Instagram and WhatsApp were all down on Monday in an apparent widespread outage, according to the company. Carl Prouty from Abt Electronics in Glenview talks about it.
Dr. Colleen Stiles-Shields from Rush University Medical Center shares her thoughts on Facebook's about-face on the Instagram for Kids app and how social media can shape the minds of children.