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Man on rental scooter struck by car in Hillcrest, severely injured

Man injured after being hit by a car in rental scooter in Hillcrest

An unidentified man, 41, was hit on his rideshare Bird scooter in Hillcrest Monday night. Police say he suffered major injuries after he was struck on Washington Avenue by a Toyota Prius that was exiting northbound 163.

Trans student Lucero Felicita Camarena will be UC San Diego’s All Campus Commencement student speaker

“My message to graduates is: take action by interrupting discrimination and exclusion..."

Lucero Felicita Camarena didn’t speak until she was six-years-old; afraid of the judgments a cruel world can have on those who feel different. Camarena was assigned a gender at birth that did not fit who she was inside and for more than 20 years she struggled to overcome an internal strife that made it difficult for her to accept herself.

Election Day in San Diego: Where to be, what to do

Tuesday June 5 is Election Day in CA. Polls are open from 7 am to 8 pm PST.

It’s Election Day in San Diego and that means registered voters will get a chance to participate in the Gubernatorial Primary Election starting at 7 am.

Nicole Murray-Ramirez presents Salt Lake City with Harvey Milk street sign and sculpture

City Commissioner Nicole Murray Ramirez made a special trip to Salt Lake City, Utah last week for two historic reasons. First to present a special bust of Harvey Milk to Mayor Jackie Biskupski. And second to swap Harvey Milk street signs as Salt Lake is the only other American city to name a street after the legendary activist.

"Active shooter" in custody after marathon scare

Police have a female shooting suspect in custody.

[UPDATE: 

Police have released the name of the shooting suspect as 58-year-old Mona Elease Williams. They say it started out as a hit-and-run. As they attempted to pull Williams over, she drove into a parking garage at C Street between Second and Third.

Brick Bar in Hillcrest liquor license suspended until late June

Brick Bar is located at 1475 University Ave.

The Brick Bar on University Avenue has temporarily lost its liquor license according to a public notice from the Alcoholic Beverage Control (ABC) posted on the door.

The sign says the ban is from Thursday, May 31 to June 20, 2018. San Diego Gay and Lesbian News reached out to owners to try and determine why the license was suspended, but we have not yet received a comment.

San Diego may owe you part of its $1.2 million of unclaimed cash

San Diego has thousands of dollars in unclaimed cash and it could be yours.

The City of San Diego  is currently trying to give back $1.2 million in unclaimed funds. The money comes from checks that were returned because the addresses were invalid reports ABC 10. 

The amount of the refunds range from as little as $1 to $30,000. 

Glowing displays of blue seen on San Diego beaches

Colorful light displays aren’t just limited to clubs in Hillcrest this month, San Diego beaches are experiencing a red tide and that means brilliant hues of neon are filling up the water.  

Waves of neon blue are crashing onto the shore in an eerie phenomenon caused by red algae filled with phytoplankton called "dinoflagellates.”