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How San Diegans can help Hurricane Harvey victims

Mass devastation in Texas as Harvey drenches southeastern part of the state.

Hurricane Harvey has wreaked havoc on the state of Texas, leaving an estimated 30,000 people without homes. Assistance has already left San Diego to help the victims of the storm, but many wonder how they can help.

Fur Ball returns to raise money for shelter animals

The annual Fur Ball

The annual Fur Ball is a popular event at the San Diego Humane Society, each year it brings in hundreds of thousands of dollars to support the animals throughout the county.

Last year that total was nearly $700,000.

F-bombing kids talk racism in re-issued video campaign

These potty-mouthed kids have something to say about the Confederate flag, and those who are sensitive to children dropping the f-bomb or other expletives should not watch the following video.

Anti-hate rally to be held in Hillcrest under Pride flag this weekend

United Intersections of Justice Rally to be held on Sunday, Aug. 20 from 4 pm to 5 pm

It what is becoming a united front against hate and racism in America, several cities have organized rallies in protest of the violent and deadly white supremacist march that occurred in Charlottesville over the weekend.   

On Sunday, August 20, San Diegans will gather in Hillcrest for the United Intersections of Justice Rally against Hate.

Former adult entertainer, SD's Benjamin Lemke fighting cancer

Benjamin Lemke could use your help.

Former gay adult movie actor and underwear model Benjamin Lemke (AKA Benjamin Bradley) is currently in the hospital fighting non-Hodgkin's lymphoma.

The San Diego resident has a metastatic tumor that is pushing up against his neck which makes it hard for him to eat and sleep. His best friend Alfred Robles gave us an update on his progress. 

More than voices needed for SDGMC, you'll need heart too

The seasonal favorite "Jingle" by the San Diego Gay Men's Chorus needs new voices.

The San Diego Gay Men’s Chorus is one of the best-known groups of its kind in the nation. And there is a good reason. They are often on the frontlines of a community in need with their collection of voices and have been for the past 32 years. 

Uplifting, compassionate or just for fun, there should be a peace prize given out for all they do for the community.

Hillcrest missing some LGBT colors, this man is going to change that

Pride Plaza stands tall, watching over Hillcrest and the LGBT community with its many flags. But there is one that is missing and Matthew Phy hopes to change that.

Matthew has lived in San Diego for nearly three years, moving here for a job as a political director on a congressional campaign. Like a lot of people, he says he liked the city so much he decided to stay.

Trans flag will fly in Hillcrest today in support of servicemembers

Trans flag will fly in Hillcrest to honor veterans and active duty service members.

In recognition and support of transgender active servicemembers and veterans, the Transgender flag will fly in Hillcrest today.

Executive Director of the Hillcrest Business Association, Benjamin Nicholls confirmed with us that the flag will be raised on the Pride staff by this evening.