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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. 

Gunman fires assault rifle into active Hillcrest eatery, no injuries reported

Police have arrested a man who could face nine counts of attempted murder.

Hillcrest was a hotbed of police activity on Tuesday night when police responded to reports of a shooter in front of the Asian Bistro on University Avenue. One man is in custody. 

It happened at about 7:40 pm when people heard a rapid succession of gunfire from what authorities are calling an "assault style" rifle.

Hillcrest Pride flag vandalized, local businesses take action with fundraiser

Vandals mar historic Hillcrest LGBT landmark.

A Hillcrest landmark that is supposed to signify unity, freedom, and beauty was marred by vandalism last week (Feb. 6).

Two plaques beneath the Pride Flag on University Avenue and Normal Street were scratched up and damaged with what looks like an object sharp enough to make deep gashes in the surface.

Man uses his dog to attack 50-year-old man in North Park during altercation

Just after 9 pm Sunday night, two men were involved in a verbal argument in the south alley of 2900 El Cajon Blvd in North Park. 

According to police, the 27-year-old suspect had his pit bull with him and threatened to release it on the other man. 

Two arrested for attempting to bring Ecstasy aboard gay cruise

Two men were arrested on Sunday when Homeland Security agents discovered they had a suitcase full of illegal drugs which they planned to bring on board a gay cruise. 

Security agents thwarted the attempts of government contractors Peter Melendez, 35, and Robert Koehler, 27, after intercepting emails in which they discussed their alleged plans.