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Mother and victim in La Jolla shootings remembered in prayer vigils

La Jolla shooting victim Monique Clark will be remembered on May 3 at a candlelight vigil at the scene of the crime.

Last Sunday’s deadly shootout at a La Jolla apartment complex left one family without their mother. And the community will remember her in three events throughout San Diego.

Monique Clark, 35, was one of the seven people shot poolside when a distraught gunman calmly began targeting people at a communal birthday party. He was killed by San Diego Police who responded to the scene.

La Jolla gunman was 'relaxing and shooting people' poolside

Police Chief Shelley Zimmerman approaches crime scene where a gunman shot eight people, one fatally.

A gunman who appeared relaxed, opened fire at a birthday pool party in a La Jolla apartment complex last night, killing one person and injuring several others reports San Diego police.

Multiple injuries reported in Sunday night La Jolla shooting

Officer-involved shooting injures several in La Jolla according to early reports.

ABC 10 is reporting that there are multiple people injured after a shooting broke out in La Jolla this evening.

It happened at 6 pm within a gated apartment complex located at 9000 Judicial Drive in University City.

Trans scholarships a national first at MiraCosta College

MiraCosta college the first in the country to hand out transgender scholarship.

In a historic first, MiraCosta College in Oceanside will offer a scholarship to transgender students.

The community college announced on Thursday that the Trans Pride Scholarship will be offered every year to a transgender member of the community.

Should Mission Hills get an iconic overhead street sign?

Thel Mission Hills sign is located on Washington near Goldfinch.

Some people in the neighborhood of Mission Hills are debating whether or not that district should rally among residents to get an iconic overhead street sign made, welcoming people into the area as so many other districts do already. 

From Hillcrest to Imperial Beach, there are arching beacons that welcome guests into their communities.

Man threatened to blow up Ocean Beach library

The Ocean Beach library branch was under attack by a man who said he would bomb the building.

A man at the Ocean beach Library threatened to bomb the branch, but not before killing everyone inside reports ABC 10.

It happened on Monday afternoon after the man asked people for loose change.

SeaWorld polar bear may have died of grief after same-sex partner moves

Szenja and Snowflake were inseparable for 20 years.

SeaWorld San Diego was the home of same-sex polar bear partners Szenja, 21 and Snowflake, 22.

The two females had been partners in the same enclosure for the past 20 years. However in order to breed with other polar bears, Snowflake was transported to Pittsburg, leaving Szenja in extreme grief.

Activist Murray-Ramirez gets his own day in Massachusetts

San Diego's very own “Mayor of Hillcrest” was honored in Holyoke Massachusetts last week by having April 22, decreed by the city’s mayor, Alex B. Morse, as “Nicole Murray-Ramirez” Day.  

The iconic San Diego activist’s efforts have made many changes in the LGBT community over the last 45 years locally, nationally and internationally.

Missing SD man's body found near crash site

David Medina has been missing since April 5. His family sends us word that his body has been found in an embankment.

Sad news tonight as the family of the missing North Park man David Medina (AKA David Issac Bernal-Medina) says his body has been recovered in an embankment near the site of his automobile accident.