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Porch package thieves could spend time in jail if CA bill passes

New bill asks that porch pirates spend time in jail.

You may or may not have experienced a "porch pirate" over this past holiday season. They stalk neighborhood streets and look for deliveries left on porches then help themselves to the loot. 

But a new California bill, if passed, could lead to jail time for these bandits if caught. 

Methodist church could officially sever ties with LGBT community

United Methodist Church votes down LGBT inclusion in preliminary vote.

United Methodist Church leaders are currently at odds with each other over whether or not to keep tacit support of the LGBT community intact or abandon it altogether. The latter seems to be the path they want to take according to a preliminary vote put forth by over 800 delegates at an international conference in St. Louis on Monday.

Denver videographer denies gay couple his services

Wedding videographer won't film gay wedding.

Brides Anna Suhyda and Amanda Broadway were planning their wedding which included finding a videographer to capture the big event, so they hired Media Mansion, but the owner found out they were gay so he declined.

The Asian Bistro reopens to a supportive Hillcrest

The Asian Bistro reopens to a supportive Hillcrest.

The Hillcrest restaurant where Stefano Markell Parker opened fire last week reopened Tuesday night, one week after the attack.

The Asian Bistro on University Avenue suffered extensive damage to its facade especially to the windows, some of which shattered due to the hail of bullets from the gunman's rifle.

LGBT community officials, Mayor Faulconer walk through shaken Hillcrest

LGBT and SD officials take a walking tour through a shaken Hillcrest.

It was a wet Thursday evening on Valentine's Day when Mayor Faulconer and a group of San Diego's LGBT officials walked throughout the neighborhood of Hillcrest to check-in with the community following Tuesday's shooting.