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Hate group disrupts memorial at Pulse site, one arrested

Hate group infiltrates memorial at Pulse site, one arrested.

As people gathered to honor the innocent victims at Pulse Nightclub in Orlando on Monday, a group of homophobic sermonizers disrupted the crowd and one was ultimately arrested.

One of the men who was a part of the Christian group wore a t-shirt which read “No Mo Homo in the name of Jesus Christ.”

Thousands walk in San Diego for Equality March

Thousands marched through the streets of San Diego for the Equality March on Sunday.

Today the Equality March on Washington was also celebrated by over 116 cities around the country.

Right here in San Diego, thousands took to the streets from curb to curb marching through downtown heading toward the city’s administration building.

Charlotte Pride denies gay Trump supporter's float into parade

Gay Republican says he was denied request for float entry.

A group of LGBT Republicans and Trump supporters say they have been barred from entering a float in the Charlotte Pride parade because of their political affiliation.

"I’m very proud of my country, proud of my president, and was once proud of my community," said Brian Talbert to Fox News.

Hillcrest 111 building approved by Uptown Planners

The proposed project at Seventh and Robinson gets the thumbs up from Uptown Planners.

Uptown Planners were happy with the latest proposal from developers of the Hillcrest 111 project on Tuesday. The structure wil be built at Seventh and Robinson.

The development company Greystar made some amendments to their plans in an effort to appease concerns from the community stemming from their original blueprint.

Young soccer player disqualified for looking 'like a boy'

Mili Hernandez and her entire team were disqualified from a soccer tournament because she "looks like a boy."

The Springfield Soccer Club has disqualified a team because they think one of the players “looks like a boy” according to Pink News.

Mili Hernandez is 8-years-old and sports a short haircut. She was preparing to compete in the finals of her local soccer tournament with her team Omaha's Azzuri Cachorros girls club.

Empty 'Palomar Card Room' draws homeless, graffiti, trash

The building that once housed the Palomar Casino, née Palomar Card Club, has been closed for over a year. Vandals and the homeless population have staked the property, leaving it littered with garbage and graffiti.