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Missing person Jake Roberson's body found in LA lake

Jake Roberson was last seen on January 13, 2017.

San Diego Gay and Lesbian News (SDGLN) is getting word today that the body of one time Hillcrest resident Jake Roberson, 30, was found by a fisherman in Pyramid Lake Falls, about 58 miles north of Los Angeles.

JCPenney to close 140 stores

JC Penney located at Fashion Valley in San Diego.

In the latest downsizing of historical department stores, J.C. Penney has announced they will shutter as many as 140 stores and alleviate approximately 6,000 jobs.

Two women sexually assaulted in Pacific Beach

Two separate rape cases occur in Pacific Beach last week.

Pacific Beach was the location for two different rapes which occurred over two days and within two miles of each other ABC 10 reports.

Police are currently investigating the attacks which occurred last week on the 1700 Hornblend Street and the 4800 block of Mission Boulevard.

San Diego streetlights will get a high-tech makeover

New modification includes installation of 3,200 smart sensors, the largest in the world.

On Wednesday, Mayor Kevin Faulconer will announce another high tech innovation in San Diego that no other city or country in the world can claim.

The City of San Diego is partnering with General Electric (GE) to not only upgrade streetlights, but modify them to create a connected digital network which will optimize parking and traffic, and enhance public safety and track air quality.

The spectacular 'Tantrums' was a night of over-the-top entertainment

Josh Ramirez as Helluva wins the crown for Tantrums and Tiaras 2017.

The Observatory North Park was standing room only on Sunday as the crowd waited for the six amateur drag contestants to make their debut on stage in “Tantrums & Tiaras Battle of the Bar Queens” 2017.

The night was full of energy and buzz and contestants and guests alike were anxious to see their favorite neighborhood bartenders dress up in frocks, padding and lacy frilly things.

Inaugural San Diego Film Week begins with old Hollywood style

Merrick McCartha is just one of the celebrities who joined in the celebration of the first annual San Diego Film Week.

Old Hollywood was the theme, and a new local film festival was the subject as San Diego Film Week kicked off its inaugural celebration at the Lafayette Hotel on Friday night.

The red carpet was lined with local actors, producers and directors as they discussed their projects playing throughout the area for the next seven days.