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Weekly circulars in Hillcrest are nothing more than "litter" claim locals

Some Hillcrest residents think community flyers should be a thing of the past.

In this paperless age of social media, when everyone gets inundated with ads online either in their newsfeeds or inbox, some wonder why plastic-bag flyers are still in existence, especially in San Diego, a city that prides itself on being environmentally progressive.

Local gay military spouse and husband appear on 'Ellen' in recognition of award

A San Diego military couple is asked to sit on Ellen's couch.

San Diego’s own Brian L. Alvarado was asked to appear on The Ellen Show along with his husband Matthew this month. Ellen asked them to come sit on her famous couch where legendary celebrities have sat before to recognize Brian’s title as the 2018 Armed Forces Insurance Navy Spouse of the Year.

Man stabbed in Hillcrest Sunday evening

Man stabbed in Hillcrest on Sunday night.

Police reported that a 51-year-old man was stabbed several times in Hillcrest on Sunday in what police are calling a "brutal attack." They are still searching for the suspect as of this writing.

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.

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.

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).