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A. Latham Staples, president and CEO of Positive Mobile Health, is in hot water after promising investments from billionaires Mark Zuckerberg, Warren Buffet and Carlos Slim.
"This is my life. I want to live my life this way and the people need to respect. This guy hurt me and if others think the same way, it will hurt transsexual kids and adults."
The San Diego City Council votes unanimously to approve a 194-unit high-density development in North Park that will be LGBT friendly.
"Ugly Betty" star Michael Urie talks to SDGLN about his new Stage17.tv web series, "What's Your Emergency," debuting on Jan. 27.
The new SDGLN Poll question asks readers: Which team will win the Super Bowl?
About 40 SDSU police officers attend training and are introduced to different genders and national research studies on the relationship between the police and the transgender community.
On Friday, Jan. 23, a Superior Court judge will decide whether a lawsuit filed by a group of North Park residents over the renovation of a Jack in the Box restaurant should go to trial.
On Tuesday, the City Council will consider settling a lawsuit over emails and text messages about city business that Councilmember Todd Gloria sent to staff through a private account.
The new SDGLN Poll question asks readers: What will the Supreme Court decide the Fourteenth Amendment says in regards to same-sex marriage?
SDGLN is observing MLK Day, a federal holiday, and will be publishing a limited number of stories.
A suspect robbed a man at gunpoint in Hillcrest early Friday morning and then allegedly fired a shot while the victim was chasing him down the street.
The new SDGLN Poll question asks readers: Is Leelah Alcorn the Matthew Shepard of the transgender movement?
The North Park Theatre and its companion restaurant West Coast Tavern have been sold.
For the first time in nearly a year, the San Diego County Sheriff’s Department is accepting applications for an extended period of time.
We will be offline from Christmas Eve through Sunday, Jan. 4 to allow our staff members to spend quality time with their families and loved ones. This is the first time since we went online in 2009 in which we have collectively taken time off for more than a long weekend.
Since it opened in late 2005, the frequently empty garage on North Park Way and 29th Street has struggled to sell enough parking each year to cover its expenses, requiring taxpayer subsidies to make up the difference.
FilmOut San Diego presents "Tootsie" on Wednesday night at the Hillcrest Landmark Cinemas in San Diego, California.
After more than 20 hours of public testimony, the Idaho House State Affairs Committee decided to kill the "Add the Words" bill that would ban discrimination against LGBT Idahoans.
“I barely gave him a peck on the lips. Then suddenly, the cab driver is yelling that we cannot kiss in his cab and insisted we get out. It all happened so fast I barely remembered to take a picture of the cab so we could reference the medallion number.”
“We all have to learn what the transgender community’s challenges are and how they can be more accepted in Long Beach and across the nation.”
When the California Supreme Court voted last week to prohibit state judges from belonging to nonprofit youth organizations that practice discrimination, a San Diego judge was not surprised.
The historic decision grants legal status to stable and permanent cohabitation by two people, without regard to either person’s sex or gender. The bill does not legalize same-sex marriage in Chile.
A Frenchman and his Moroccan boyfriend will be allowed to get married despite a 1981 agreement between France and Morocco that would prohibit a same-sex wedding in the North Africa nation.