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LGBT migrants, what are they fleeing?

Help and assistance is being provided by The Center and the Imperial Court de San Diego

As hundreds of Central American migrants head into Tijuana after traveling 1,200 miles mostly on foot, San Diego offers what it can to help them. But what exactly are they fleeing from? 

LGBT people arrive in Tijuana after breaking away from migrant caravan

Over 70 LGBT people arrived at the San Ysidro border on Sunday.

About 76 LGBT members of an approaching migrant caravan headed for the U.S. arrived in Tijuana on Sunday, They say they had to break off from the larger group because of harassment and bias.

About 3,600 remaining migrants are making their way to seek asylum at the U.S. border and are due to arrive in about 2-3 weeks. 

Ruth Bader Ginsburg falls, breaks ribs

The 85-year-old Supreme Court Justice is recovering after a fall that fractured her ribs.

Supreme Court Justice and historic icon Ruth Bader Ginsburg fell in her SCOTUS office on Wednesday night and fractured her ribs.

In a statement from the Supreme Court, they say Ginsburg, 85, didn't feel right after going home following the tumble. She was taken to George Washington University Thursday morning for treatment. 

San Diego's LGBT candidates and where they stand post-election

San Diego LGBT candidates and their projected wins/ loses.

Californians had a lot to watch for in this midterm election, from repealing a gas tax to eliminating daylight savings to establishing rent control. Voters seemed to only want to save daylight in the case of those ballot measures. 

Kim Davis loses her bid for re-election for county clerk

Infamous county clerk Kim Davis loses re-election.

Kim Davis has been unseated as the Rowan county clerk. Elwood Caudill Jr. has won that position with all precincts reporting. 

Caudill was 700 votes ahead, Davis has already called him to concede. 

Midterms are today, here's info on where to vote

If you missed the deadline to register to vote, thanks to a new law, you can still do so at the Registrar of Voters in person.

It’s Election Day in San Diego and that means registered voters will get a chance to participate in the midterm elections starting at 7 am. But the first thing you need to do is find out if you are registered to vote