Uber offers free rides all weekend starting Thursday, May 5

Use "SAFECINCO" code to get a free ride from Uber this weekend.

The ridesharing service Uber is offering free rides to San Diegians this Cinco de Mayo weekend.

The swipe-and-go application has teamed with Mothers Against Drunk Drivers (MADD) to provide safe travels for riders in the throes of celebration.

Bill Clinton will rally for Hillary at Balboa Park

Bill Clinton, 42nd President of the United States.

Former President Bill Clinton will be in San Diego on Wednesday, May 4, at 9 am.

The news comes from Hillary Clinton’s website which states her husband, the 42nd President of the United States, is coming to Balboa Park to discuss some of the aspects of his wife’s campaign.

Target aisles are being verbally commandeered by the religious right

Target is getting overrun by loud, religious protesters inside the store.

Target has become a place where the Christian Right are taking their voices to protest the chain’s recent bathroom inclusion policy.

Some YouTube videos have surfaced showing people opposed to the policy heading into their local chain and screaming their disdain and scripture to shoppers.

Jehovah's Witnesses homophobic children's video lesson

Children's lesson from the library of the Jehovah Witnesses.

Taken at face value, one can understand that a religious organization such as the Jehovah's Witnesses wouldn’t have a video supporting the LGBT community, but in their latest educational media lesson it shows how far they want kids to go in order to fear them.

Freeway skateboarding a dangerous new Southern California trend

Skateboarders have been taking to the interstate for kicks.

The California Highway Patrol is keeping a close watch on a dangerous new trend happening on Southern California freeways.

Skateboarders are taking to the interstate and using busy lanes of traffic to compete in a hashtag competition called #freewaychallenge.

Pro skater Nakel Smith was filmed taking the challenge on Highway 110 recently.

High school lesbian couple crowned prom king and queen

Prom king and queen Lindsey Creel and Brie Grimes

A lesbian couple was crowned prom king and queen at Leon High School in Tallahassee Florida last month.

Lindsey Creel and Brie Grimes have been dating for three years and hope that their newly crowned status will encourage others to be brave and support each other in the toughest of times