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Trash beneath Spruce Street Suspension Bridge on the rise says local resident

Litter beneath the Spruce Street Suspension Bridge has some residents organizing clean-up efforts.

The people who live around historic Spruce Street Suspension Bridge are becoming a little concerned with the amount of garbage being left within the canyon, so much so that one resident has taken action to form a clean up crew to maintain the site every month.

Lawmaker introduces bill to create CA registry of hate crime offenders

California lawmaker introduces legislation proposing a hate crime registry.

January 5 marks the first day of the California Legislative Session and Assemblyman Raul Bocanegra (D-San Fernando Valley) put forth a bill that would require the names of people convicted of hate violence, and their crimes, to be made public via a California Hate Crimes Registry.

The identity of the victims would remain confidential.

Hillcrest restaurant accused of hiding hefty surcharge to check

Fiesta Cantina shocked one diner after he got his bill.

The recent minimum wage hike that took affect on January 1, has put some business owners in a compromising position, especially those in the restaurant business.

Eateries are torn on whether to raise menu prices or add a surcharge to guest checks to help offset the dollar raise they must now offer lower-level employees.

Pride flag on screensaver offends coworkers, employee resigns

Michelle Hurn resigns after being asked to remove Pride flag from screensaver.

A Colorado medical professional has resigned from her position because she was asked to remove an image of the Pride flag from her computer desktop.

Deemed “offensive” by a coworker, Michelle Hurn, who is openly gay, had to remove the image from her rotating screensaver slideshow.

Two aircraft carriers to leave San Diego Thursday

The San Diego harbor will be less two ships after Thursday.

Aircraft carrier Carl Vinson and destroyer Wayne E. Meyer will set course for assignments in the Pacific and Indian oceans.

The Carl Vinson will head a fleet of ships including the Meyer and cruiser Lake Champlain along with Hawaiian-based destroyer Michael Murphy.

Water main rupture creates large flood in North Park

A flood woke North Park residents up early Thursday morning.

Some residences in North Park woke up to a huge flood Thursday morning as a water main broke sending a deluge of water into homes and the streets.

Mission Valley Macy's to close for good

For 55 years Macy's Mission Valley has been serving San Diego, it will close permanently in 2017.

The Macy’s department store in Mission Valley will be closing for good, however exactly when it will shutter has not been determined at this time.

Students in 'broomstick' abuse case reach a plea deal

Three Pennsylvania high school athletes are given lesser charges after accosting another student with a broomstick in hazing ritual.

The trio of 17-year-old male high schoolers accused of assaulting another male teenager with a broomstick in a ritual known as “No Gay Thursday” have reached a plea bargain.

The attack took place in October 2015, at Conestoga High School in Tredyffrin Township, Pennsylvania.

Los Angeles gay couple's home vandalized in apparent hate crime

Police investigate a house that was vandalized with anti-gay slurs.

A gay couple’ home was the scene of homophobic vandalism on Tuesday night, and police are investigating it as a hate crime.

The suburban home located in Van Nuys, California, was subject to broad vandalism which included the spray painting of homophobic slurs, bleach poured on the carpets and broken pipes.

Organizer says you can effectively protest Inauguration Day from your computer

Online protest hopes to shut down White House website on inauguration day.

Americans will be mobilizing in Washington D.C. on Friday, January 20 to protest incoming Commander-and-Chief Donald Trump, but one man wants to make it easy for protestors who cannot make the pilgrimage to show their disapproval from the comfort of their home.