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Ocean Beach

Dockless bikes in OB raises concerns with residents

OB brings up concerns over dockless bike services in their area.

Another San Diego community is already voicing their concerns over dockless bikes and the program hasn’t even officially launched there yet.

LGBT community member recovering from Ocean Beach baseball bat assault

Longtime activist and Hillcrest community member is recovering after being attacked by a baseball bat.

These days, masseuse Christian Fischer (above left) who is also a former Miss Gay Pride San Diego, is usually the one helping others to heal both physically and spiritually with crystals and oils at his pop-up shop in Ocean Beach. But today he is the one recovering from a violent attack which will forever affect his livelihood.

Man exposes himself on Ocean Beach streets in front of school

Man takes down pants and exposes himself near Ocean Beach school.

Police are looking for a man who stood in front of the Ocean Beach Elementary school and exposed himself on Sunday.

Danielle Wolcott was at the scene when it happened and captured the incident on video.

Ocean Beach fires may have been deliberately set investigators say

Arson may be the cause of two early morning fires in Ocean Beach.

Ocean Beach firefighters were busy extinguishing two fires early Monday morning along Santa Cruz and Muir Avenues.

The first fire started on Santa Cruz Avenue and a fence had to be knocked down in order to extinguish it.

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.

Gay vet helps SD homeless veterans a few beers at a time

Christopher Service wants everyone to be a part of the homeless solution and join him at the Beer Garden Social.

Christopher Service is a member of the LGBT community and a veteran. His story is like so many homeless vets in San Diego who have overcome seemingly insurmountable obstacles to reclaim their place in mainstream society.