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Christians apologize to the LGBT community

The Church of Freedom in Christ Ministries apologizes to Filipino LGBT Pride parade attendees.

Pride month came to a close in the Philippines with a message of hope and forgiveness this past weekend, the apology coming from a Christain group who attended a Pride parade near the capital city of Manila. 

The religious group didn't show up with banners containing homophobic rhetoric or appropriated scripture used as weapons of hate, this group held signs that said "I'm sorry." 

CA politician asks for "Straight Pride American Month"

Ted Hickman of Dixon California.

Although the Trump administration didn't officially recognize June as Pride Month, the number of Pride festivals around the country and the world seemed to be all the validation the community needed. But this year also brought with it plenty of detractors who challenged "LGBT Pride," suggesting also a "Straight Pride Month."

Trans woman killed in Cleveland; 14th in U.S. since start of 2018

Keisha Wells, a Cleveland trans woman was shot and killed last weekend.

The second transgender woman to be killed in Cleveland in four months was reported on Sunday, making her the 14th killed in the U.S. since the beginning of 2108. 

Family members and members of the LGBT community identified the woman as Keisha Wells, 54.

I-5 Genesee Avenue interchange opens today with bicycle/pedestrian bridge

This project has been under construction for three years.

Interstate 5/Genesee Avenue Interchange Project, which has been under construction for three years will officially open today with Senate President Pro Tem Toni Atkins, Assemblyman Todd Gloria and San Diego City Councilwoman Barbara Bry in attendance for the ribbon-cutting ceremony. 

San Diego Humane Society gets huge expansion, more responsibilities July 1

There are about 50 - 60 positions left to fill. 

On July 1, the San Diego Humane Society will increase its reach to six cities including San Diego when they expand their services to include pet adoptions and other commitments, something the City had previously taken care of for 47 years.