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Jobs cannot discriminate against LGBT workers, circuit court rules

The 7th Court of Appeals ruled that LGBT employees are protected by the Civil Rights Act of 1964.

On Tuesday, a federal appeal court ruled that workplace discrimination against LGBT employees is prohibited per the Civil Rights Act of 1964. 

Judge Diane Wood of the 7th Circuit Court of Appeals wrote, “We conclude today that discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation is a form of sex discrimination.”  

Message from HBA about frivolous ADA lawsuits in Hillcrest

Business owners can work with a special Certified Assess Specialist to discover and address their risks for these kind of suits.

The first thing you can do, as a business owner, is to get educated.  

Business owners can work with a special Certified Assess Specialist to discover and address their risks for these kind of suits.

A CASp report for your business can also minimize issues if you've already been served.

One dead in early morning Mission Hills blaze

The smell of smoke infiltrated the Mission Hills district and surrounding areas early Tuesday morning.

An early morning blaze engulfed one Mission Hills home on Tuesday, leaving one person dead and another unaccounted for.

Shortly after 5 am, a home on the 1700 block of upscale neighborhood of Mission Hills was completely engulfed by flames, reports San Diego Fire Rescue Department.

Fire and emergency crews arrived to find the home burning and the roof collapsing in on itself.

'Witches' gather to hex Trump in Balboa Park

Mass hexing by witches in Balboa Park to impeach Donald Trump.

Balboa Park was the scene of a small witch assembly at noon on Saturday, the collection of men and women was in an effort to put an impeachment hex on President Donald Trump

Transgender Day of Visibility adds strength for equality

Connor Maddocks shows pride at the 2015 SD Pride celebration.

Today is Transgender Day of Visibility and people from all over the country are making it clear that they are proud to be who they are while bringing awareness to the discrimination, injustice and marginalization which still plagues the community not only in the United States, but worldwide.