Star Stanford Swimmer Says He Was Kicked Off Team Because He's GayAn accomplished former Stanford swimmer claimed in an Instagram post that he was kicked off the university's team because he's gay but the school says that's not the reason at all.
HUD Secretary Reportedly Ridicules Transgender People During San Francisco VisitThe nation's top housing official is catching some heat for comments he allegedly made about transgender people, while visiting San Francisco earlier this week.
Four Charged In $70 Million Black Market HIV Treatment Drug ScamA grand jury has indicted for Southern California men for operating a large-scale clearing house for illegal HIV treatment drugs that generated $70 million in sales, according to federal prosecutors.
San Francisco Police Chief Offers Historic Apology To LGBTQ CommunityThe San Francisco Police Chief Bill Scott on Monday night made a landmark apology to the LGBTQ community during a meeting at Glide Memorial Church.
Big Tech Firms Proudly Tout Inclusion, Diversity At Silicon Valley PrideSan Jose held its annual Pride Parade Sunday morning and what began as a people-oriented gathering has become a company event.
San Jose Institutes Program at Public Businesses to Protect LGBT Patrons From Hate CrimesIn San Jose, coffee shops and banks will now band together with the police department to help victims of hate crimes.
California Lawmakers Approve Bill To Update Transgender School RecordsCalifornia school districts would be required to update their records to reflect the names and genders of graduates who have changed them since getting their diplomas under a bill approved by state lawmakers on Thursday.
LGBTQ Content Creators File Discrimination Lawsuit Against YouTube, GoogleA group of LGBTQ content creators is suing YouTube and its parent company Google, alleging YouTube unfairly designates queer content as "sexually explicit," "shocking" and/or "offensive" and limits its reach, while at the same time allowing LGBTQ hate speech to thrive on the platform.
Modesto May Ban Weapons At Rallies, Protests Amid Proposed 'Straight Pride' EventThe central California city of Modesto will consider banning firearms, glass bottles, baseball bats and other items that can be used as weapons at rallies and protests.
Modesto Denies Permit for 'Straight Pride' RallyA city of Modesto spokesman said the permit for a Straight Pride rally was denied over safety concerns, because the group lost its liability insurance and the parks department determined the event wasn't consistent with park use.
Artist, Author Doug Meyer Honors 80s AIDS Victims In 'Heroes: A Tribute'Author and artist Doug Meyer talks to Bay Area Focus host Michelle Griego about his new book, 'Heroes: A Tribute' honoring AIDS victims.
Apple, Google Continue Inclusive Push With New EmojisApple and Google are rolling out dozens of new emojis that of course include cute critters, but also expand the number of images of human diversity.
Protesters Bring San Francisco Pride Parade To A Halt For An HourA group of protesters scuffled with police and blocked an intersection of San Francisco's Market Street Sunday, bringing the annual San Francisco Pride Parade to a halt.
KPIX Full Broadcast: 49th Annual San Francisco Pride ParadeWatch KPIX 5's archived live-streamed coverage of the 49th annual San Francisco Pride parade as it happened.
SF Kicks Off Pride Weekend With Dyke March Through Castro DistrictPride weekend revved up as the 27th annual Dyke March rolled through the Mission and the Castro Saturday evening.