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Another minimum wage increase for San Diego on Jan. 1

New minimum wage increase for San Diego employees to take effect of Jan. 1, 2017.

It’s been a tumultuous few years for San Diego businesses who scrambled in July to figure out how they would increase the minimum wage for their employees after the public voted for an hourly increase this past June.

More parking meters may be coming to areas of Hillcrest, Mission Hills

The 1000 and 1700 blocks of University Avenue may get metered parking.

The Uptown Community Parking District (UCPD) may be installing new parking meters in and around Hillcrest as early as spring 2017.

There are six parking districts overseen by the UCPD: Hillcrest, Downtown/Centre City, La Jolla, Mid-City, Old Town, and Pacific Beach.

San Diego takes second in "America's Most Hungover' city

San Diego gets second place in America's most hungover city poll.

America’s Finest City is also one of the nation’s most inebriated according to a new poll.

San Diego comes in at number two, just below San Francisco as the country’s most hungover.

Still no clues on missing man who disappeared in Hillcrest on Oct.23

Lance Perkins disappeared from Hillcrest's UCSD this past October.

The search for the missing man who walked out of UCSD in Hillcrest two months ago continues with no clues to his whereabouts.  

On October 23, 2016, Lance Perkins, 43, was staying at the Cosmopolitan Hotel in Old Town San Diego when he called his mother Donna and complained about having blackouts. She advised him to go to the hospital. That was the last time she heard from him.

More than 700 San Diego homeless veterans enroll in assistance program

Mayor Faulconer announces a success in the San Diego “Housing Our Heroes” campaign.

Just over a week after the re-inauguration of San Diego  Mayor Kevin L. Faulconer, he and City Councilmember Chris Ward along  with the San Diego Housing Commission announced over 700 veterans have enrolled in the “Housing Our Heroes” campaign.

Qualcomm guard fired for pleasuring himself on field at Sunday's Chargers game

Security guard caught masturbating in public on Qualcomm football field as cheerleaders perform.

An Elite security guard has been fired after footage of him pleasuring himself in front of the Charger Girls in plain sight went viral last weekend.

An investigation into the matter by Chargers security officials resulted in the termination of the young staffer.

The unnamed guard was captured doing the autoerotic act by a Twitter user named LOV.

Warhead found in Hillcrest backyard after downpour

The Bomb Squad investigate an old warhead in Hillcrest after rain unearths it in resident's backyard.

The weekend downpour revealed a dangerous surprise for one Hillcrest homeowner on Sunday afternoon.

A practice warhead was unearthed in the backyard of 3729 Dove Street which initiated an extensive bomb threat investigation.

'Filter' coffeehouse in Hillcrest to close permanently on Dec. 24

"Filter" coffeehouse on University.

San Diego Gay and Lesbian News has learned that the popular coffeehouse Filter on University Avenue in Hillcrest is closing.

It’s last day of operation will be on Saturday, December 24.

Word comes directly from the owner Steve Price, who says after six years of business in the popular Hillcrest community he can no longer afford the rent.