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San Diego may owe you part of its $1.2 million of unclaimed cash

San Diego has thousands of dollars in unclaimed cash and it could be yours.

The City of San Diego  is currently trying to give back $1.2 million in unclaimed funds. The money comes from checks that were returned because the addresses were invalid reports ABC 10. 

The amount of the refunds range from as little as $1 to $30,000. 

French politician comes out publically

rench minister Mounir Mahjoubi comes out on International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia, and Biphobia.

French minister Mounir Mahjoubi has come out in hopes that doing so will help fight against homophobia.

Lyft driver throws gay couple out of car for kissing

Lyft driver throws Indianapolis gay couple out of car for kissing.

INDIANAPOLIS -- Ridesharing services are a great way to make a little extra money, the problem is the independent contractors who are signing on aren’t always so accepting of their passengers.

Texas town elects openly gay mayor

Bruno “Ralphy” Lozano is elected mayor of Texas border town.

The Texas town of Del Rio has a new mayor; openly gay veteran Bruno “Ralphy” Lozano (D). He won the office in the May 5 municipal election by 62-percent.

Del Rio is a border town with a population of 41,000 people and sits 150 miles west of San Antonio.

CA judge issues final judgment: baker can refuse service to gay couples

California judge makes final judgment to allow baker refusal of service to gay couples.

BAKERSFIELD, California --  A judge in the ironically named city of Bakersfield has issued a final judgment in favor of Tastries Bakery owner Cathy Miller; she can refuse service to customers based on her religious beliefs.