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Preacher Norris Cerullo' massive $125 million amusement park would make Mission Valley its home.
LGBT military win! Brian Alvarado gets awarded military Spouse of the Year of Naval Base Coronado.
William Frank Kidney was assaulted in the dark, coming back from Rich's nightclub on Sunday.
The VA has put the last nail in the coffin of DOMA and extends same-sex marriage benefits.
Owner of Lestat's says rumors are true about opening a Hillcrest location.
Terrified neighbors are keeping an eye on "creepy" transient.
Inforgraphic gives you a look into San Diego's future.
New Mediterranean style restaurant moves into 5th Avenue.
Lee Burdick was there through the entire Filner scandal, writes memoir.
Business owners in Hillcrest are invited to the HBA's quarterly Open House and Mixer.
A night out in Hillcrest turned dangerous for North Park man.
The sinkhole formed on the shoulder off eastbound Interstate 8, near the College Avenue exit.
Christian Aid Ministries sends message to Hillcrest on large billboard.
“I never sexually harassed anybody.”
Suggestions and praises are welcome at the San Diego Pride Annual Meeting.
The Hillcrest Business Association (HBA) voted Tuesday night to sign an agreement with IPS Group in Pennsylvania to provide the donation meters, which look exactly like parking meters except they are painted red.
After a lively discussion about the proposed Morris Cerullo International Legacy Center in Mission Valley, the Hillcrest Town Council on Tuesday night voted 25-1, with two residents abstaining, to author a letter of opposition to the massive multi-use project.
Alaskan Senator accidentally introduces anti-LGBT attorney general as slain gay rights activist.
The largest school district in the country now has an LGBT community liaison.
Murderer only get 12 years after horrific stabbing.
Los Angeles County Supervisor fires back at citizen.
Six piece series of U.N. postage stamps brings LGBT awareness to the world.
Transgender athletes will now be able to compete in the Olympics with few restrictions, according to new guidelines adopted by the sporting event's governing body.