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Hillcrest's Eitol gets a design "Onion"

The San Diego Orchids and Onions Awards are an annual event which celebrates architectural design throughout America's Finest City. This year's awards went to buildings from up the coast to the heart of Hillcrest, but for different reasons. 

Uber adds another ridesharing dockless bike fleet to San Diego

Uber's JUMP launches into San Diego streets.

Uber is joining the many ridesharing services in San Diego. They plan to distribute about 300 bikes throughout Pacific Beach and downtown. They want that circulation to eventually span over 95 square miles by year's end. 

So Cal residents fight back against transphobic billboard by putting up their own

The community battles transphobic billboard with one of their own.

A Southern California community were so angry about a transphobic billboard put up by Republican Congressional candidate Tim Donnelly that they decided to post one of their own. 

Donnell's initial sign which featured U.S. Navy trans veteran Allison Hannan, asked readers why Democratic rival Paul Cook "voted to allow our military funds to be used for sex-change surgeries!”

Promenade coming to Hillcrest according to Councilmember Ward

"The promenade, which will span Normal Street from University to Lincoln avenues, also includes a proposal for more than 70 additional parking space realignments."

The Normal Street corridor has long been the topic of ideas in Hillcrest a lot of which hinder on the approval of not only the community but The San Diego Association of Governments (SANDAG).

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.