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SDPD trans officer called a 'pig' at awards ceremony by trans activists

During the Transgender Day of Empowerment ceremony, a handful of protesters boycotted the event, calling trans SDPD officer Christine Garcia a "pig."

In what should have been a peaceful night of giving back to the community on Friday turned a bit ugly as trans radicals infiltrated the assembly hall at the San Diego LGBT Community Center and shouted offensive slurs toward transgender police officer Christine Garcia.    

Officer Garcia was there to receive an award, but was also met with trans hecklers who called her a “pig.”

New details on missing person David Medina

David Medina (AKA David Bernal) has been missing since April 5.

A new development concerning the missing person’s case of San Diego LGBT member David Issac Bernal-Medina have surfaced.

San Diego police say they have found Medina’s vehicle, a 2016 GMC Terrain SUV, on I-8 near I-805. The car had been involved in an accident, but Medina, 32, was not “with the car when it was found.”

Racist, homophobic flyers posted on SDSU campus

Racist and homophobic flyers sprouted up in bathrooms across the San Diego State University (SDSU) campus this week, creating a shockwave throughout the student body.

The postings, pasted in East Commons and library bathrooms were taken down immediately after they were reported to campus authorities.  

Local official should resign over racist comments citizens say

Hector Gastelum, Otay Water District

Otay Water District Board member Hector Gastelum is in hot water among several community members who ask that he be removed from his position.

During the Chula Vista City Council meeting on Tuesday night several people asked that the council save room on their agenda to address Gastelum’s actions at the next meeting.

Bright flash lights up San Diego and beyond

Large bright streak in sky illuminates San Diego and beyond.

If you saw a bright light in the sky on Monday night, you weren’t alone.

The flash happened at about 8:45 pm and could be seen for miles.

The FAA says that many pilots also reported seeing the streaking fireball, although it is still unclear what exactly the mass was.

Jeff Speedy, a Nextdoor social app user, says it could be seen as far away as Arizona.