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Dockless bikes in OB raises concerns with residents

OB brings up concerns over dockless bike services in their area.

Another San Diego community is already voicing their concerns over dockless bikes and the program hasn’t even officially launched there yet.

Omar Mateen's widow found not guilty

Omar Mateen's widow found not guilty.

On Friday, the jury sitting for the Noor Salman trial came back with a verdict of “not guilty.” 

Salman is the widow of Pulse Nightclub shooter Omar Mateen.

She was accused of providing material support to a terrorist organization and obstruction of justice in connection with the 2016 Pulse Nightclub attack. She faced life behind bars.

Famous LGBT family killed in tragic auto crash

The Hart Clan was found dead in a tragic vehicle accident in Northern California.

The LGBT community and their allies are mourning the tragic loss of a family who perished in a horrific car accident on Monday.

Married couple Sarah and Jennifer Hart and their family of six children became well-known as the Hart Tribe, traveling around the country offering free hugs at festivals and political events in an effort to promote unity.

Dockless bikes deemed a public nuisance in Coronado

Services such as LimeBike, Ofo, and Mobike have invaded San Diego neighborhoods for a few months now and Coronado says they’ve had enough.

You have probably seen the pictures on social media which show brightly colored dockless bicycles left abandoned on the sidewalk, heaped high in a mass of metal or just taking up public right-of-way in San Diego.

Lesbian wedding takes place in Walmart garden department

Two brides decide to have their wedding at Walmart.

Two brides used their livelihood in big box retail to help them with their wedding last weekend.

Leida Torres and Chrissy Slonaker Torres work at a Pennsylvania Walmart, in fact, that’s where they met three years ago. So when they decided to get married they could think of no better place than the gardening department at their job.

Senator Toni Atkins makes California history once again

The swearing-in ceremony will be held at 1 pm, Wednesday, March 21 in the Senate Chambers, State Capitol, Sacramento, Calif.

San Diego Sen. Toni Atkins (D-San Diego) is making history this Wednesday when she is sworn in as the California Senate’s 48th President pro Tempore, the first woman and first lesbian to hold the top seat in the Senate.

Senator Atkins is the second senator from San Diego County to serve as President pro Tem (Senator Jim Mills of Coronado served as pro Tem from 1970 to 1980).