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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. 

Two officers shot in standoff near SDSU on Saturday

Two officers are recovering after being shot at an apartment complex near SDSU.

Two San Diego police officers are recovering from gunshot wounds after responding to an apartment complex near SDSU on Saturday night. 

It happened at about 10:15 pm, the two officers responded to a "violent disturbance" call at an apartment building located on the 4800 block of Rolando Court.

Casa San Diego is helping kids separated from their families due to border crackdowns

East San Diego has a significant role in the current government immigration crackdown. Images in the news are showing distraught children separated from their parents at the U.S. – Mexican borders.

Despite President Trump's recent executive order to not separate children from their families, there are still many who need living assistance until it's determined where they go next. 

Lafayette ditches monthly Gay Pool Parties for more “traditional” audience then launches Pride pool parties without gay promoters

LGBT owned LE Parties changes venues after Lafayette Hotel says they want to go in a new direction.

LE Parties ended their five year run of signature poolside Pride events at the Lafayette Hotel in 2017. But recently there have been some allegations from LE Parties founders John Joseph and Michael Swenson that the historic Lafayette Hotel has appropriated their Pride event this year after the hotel ended their contract with them saying they "were going in a different direction." 

Armed robber gets away with cash at Hillcrest bank

Mission Federal Bank located at 269 W Washington Street

The Mission Federal Bank on W. Washington Street was the scene of an armed bank robbery at about 9:30 Thursday morning.

Police say a man of unknown race entered the building with a handgun and demanded cash from the teller.

The teller complied and gave the suspect an undetermined amount of money before he fled. 

SDPD to crackdown on electric scooter rental law-breakers

San Diego Police to crack down on electric scooter safety violations.

San Diego rental scooter riders who don’t follow the rules will find themselves increasingly fined by the San Diego Police Department in their effort to cut down on accidents.

Dr. Delores Jacobs Day proclaimed June 22, just before her retirement from The Center

June 22, 2018 proclaimed Dr. Delores Jacobs Day.

Today, the San Diego City Council issued a proclamation declaring Friday, June 22, 2018, to be Dr. Delores Jacobs Day in the City of San Diego. Jacobs, who has been at the helm of The San Diego LGBT Community Center as its Chief Executive Officer for the past 17 years, will end her service to The Center on June 30.