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Trash beneath Spruce Street Suspension Bridge on the rise says local resident

Litter beneath the Spruce Street Suspension Bridge has some residents organizing clean-up efforts.

The people who live around historic Spruce Street Suspension Bridge are becoming a little concerned with the amount of garbage being left within the canyon, so much so that one resident has taken action to form a clean up crew to maintain the site every month.

Hillcrest restaurant accused of hiding hefty surcharge to check

Fiesta Cantina shocked one diner after he got his bill.

The recent minimum wage hike that took affect on January 1, has put some business owners in a compromising position, especially those in the restaurant business.

Eateries are torn on whether to raise menu prices or add a surcharge to guest checks to help offset the dollar raise they must now offer lower-level employees.

Two aircraft carriers to leave San Diego Thursday

The San Diego harbor will be less two ships after Thursday.

Aircraft carrier Carl Vinson and destroyer Wayne E. Meyer will set course for assignments in the Pacific and Indian oceans.

The Carl Vinson will head a fleet of ships including the Meyer and cruiser Lake Champlain along with Hawaiian-based destroyer Michael Murphy.

Water main rupture creates large flood in North Park

A flood woke North Park residents up early Thursday morning.

Some residences in North Park woke up to a huge flood Thursday morning as a water main broke sending a deluge of water into homes and the streets.

Mission Valley Macy's to close for good

For 55 years Macy's Mission Valley has been serving San Diego, it will close permanently in 2017.

The Macy’s department store in Mission Valley will be closing for good, however exactly when it will shutter has not been determined at this time.

Final Shamu Sea World show this Sunday

Final orca stadium show for Sea World San Diego on January 8.

For almost 60 years Sea World has been using their orcas for live shows at the San Diego theme park. On Sunday, January, 8, that will come to an end as they retire their five-year-old run of One Ocean for good.

Diners get surcharge added to bill due to minimum wage hike in San Diego

Some San Diego restaurants are adding a little more to your bill to help offset new minimum wage requirements.

The minimum wage for San Diego employees was officially raised to $11.50 on Sunday, January 1, and some local restaurants are adding a surcharge to your bill to help offset the cost.

This is the second wage hike in six months and restaurateurs are a little concerned about how to accommodate the extra dollar per hour to employees when they claim to already have thin profit margins.

SDGLN's top local news stories of 2016

The end-of-the-year wrap up of local stories in 2016.

The year 2016 was one like no other. It was unpredictable, and filled with ups and downs. Locally, the news was just unpredictable. Check out our top local news stories of 2016 below.

Man in Pride loincloth suit found dead in Hillcrest apartment

Will X. Walters was found dead in his Hillcrest apartment on Wednesday, December 28.

Will X. Walters of the now infamous San Diego Pride loincloth case was found dead in his apartment Wednesday apparently having taken his own life, reports police.

Walters you may remember was arrested on a public nudity charge in 2011. He later unsuccessfully sued the San Diego Police Department (SDPD); the verdict being handed down by a federal jury on December 13, 2016.