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Illinois couple's rainbow flag stolen, neighbors unite to do something special

An Illinois couple thought when the rainbow flag disappeared from their backyard that would be the end of it, but actually, it was the beginning of a block-wide blessing in disguise. 

Casey Handel and Zadette Rosado and their two daughters have only lived in the suburb of Barrington for seven months. 

Lyft launches their own e-scooters in San Diego

Lyft is adding their brand of electric scooters to San Diego..

Make room for more scooters, Lyft is the latest ridesharing company to add their brand name to electric scooters in San Diego starting on Thursday. 

The company said in a statement that they are guided by four key tenents, "Transportation equity, safer streets, transit integration, and environmental sustainability."

Huge Mission Valley religious resort to be complete by fall 2019

The project is currently being erected in Mission Valley and should be completed by November 2019.

Back in early 2016, buzz began about a proposed 18-acre evangelical resort to be built at the entrance to Mission Valley. The development would be mixed-use, with 127 timeshares, retail space and several religious attractions including a full-scale replica of the 187-foot Wailing Wall, and other interactive

BBC hires its first correspondent for LGBT news

Ben Hunte has become BBC's first correspondent for the community and he says it's "a dream come true."

Originally from BBC Africa, Hunte also hosts What's New a children's program on that network. 

His new position will begin in January. 

"I'm delighted... and I am looking forward to finding and telling stories from the LGBT community," he said. 

Rash of bomb threats have SD law enforcement busy

Law enforcement officials are currently investigating numerous bomb threats being made across the U.S. on Thursday. There have been about 20 made in San Diego reports Fox 5.