Rugby Star, 9/11 Hero Mark Bingham Leaves Lasting Legacy 20 Years After United Flight 93 CrashAmong those on the doomed United Flight 93 on September 11, 2001 was a Bay Area executive and a star rugby athlete named Mark Bingham who left a legacy both on and off the field.
Man Battered With Own Guitar At Berkeley Homeless Encampment In Hate Crime AttackA 31-year-old man faces hate crime and other charges after a brutal attack on another man at a homeless encampment in Berkeley, police said Tuesday.
SFPD Commander Set To Become First LGBTQ Police Chief In Lincoln, NebraskaA high-ranking police official in the San Francisco Police Department was nominated Monday to serve as the next police chief in Lincoln, Nebraska, making her the city's first female chief and the first who is openly gay.
California Adds 5 More States With Anti-LGBTQ Laws To Travel Restrictions ListCalifornia will restrict state-funded travel to Florida, Montana, West Virginia, Arkansas, and North Dakota over anti-LGBTQ legislation recently enacted in those states, Attorney General Rob Bonta announced Monday.
No Parade, But Plenty Of Joy As Fully-Reopened San Francisco Celebrates Pride WeekendWhile the SF Pride parade down Market Street remains on hold until next year, a fully reopened San Francisco means this year's festivities will certainly be louder than last year's.
Liam's List June 25: Sonoma Pride, San Francisco Pride Brunch & Bay Bridge SeriesKCBS reporter Liam Mayclem will be providing KPIX 5 users with a weekly weekend tip list of Bay Area entertainment, music, film and online entertainment.
Pride Flag Flown At Gilroy City Hall Following Objections By Some City LeadersFor the first time in the city's history, Gilroy is flying the Pride flag outside City Hall, but not without controversy.
Home Of First Lesbian Couple To Legally Marry In San Francisco Gets Landmark StatusThe hilltop cottage belonging to a lesbian couple who were the first same-sex partners to legally marry in San Francisco has become a city landmark.
SCOTUS Turns Down Texas Lawsuit Against California’s Travel BanThe U.S. Supreme Court on Monday turned down Texas' challenge to California's ban on state-funded business trips to Texas and other states that discriminate against LGBTQ people.
New San Jose Police Chief Speaks To Public, Addresses ControversiesSan Jose's newest top cop addressed multiple controversies swirling around his selection, including a deadly officer-involved shooting early in his career and allegation of bias against the LGBTQ and Muslim communities.
House Passes Equality Act, Bolstering Legal Protections for LGBTQ AmericansThe House passed a bill on Thursday known as the Equality Act, which would enshrine legal protections for LGBTQ Americans by amending existing civil rights laws to prevent businesses and institutions from discriminating against people based on sexual orientation and gender identity.
SJPD To Undergo Sensitivity Training To Ensure LGBTQ Community Is Treated With RespectThe San Jose Police Department has unveiled a brand-new policy aimed at ensuring members of the LGBTQ community are treated with respect by its officers.
San Francisco Supervisors To Vote On Moving Forward With Landmark Designation For SF Eagle BarThe San Francisco Board of Supervisors on Tuesday will vote on a resolution that could give landmark status to the historic SF Eagle bar.
'Nightmarish': Gay, Black SF Firefighter Sues Over Alleged Discrimination At Castro StationIn a lawsuit, a San Francisco firefighter alleges that during the years he served at Station 6 in the Castro District, he experienced "a nightmarish series of events" because he was gay and black.
Pope Francis Becomes 1st Pontiff To Endorse Same-Sex Civil UnionsPope Francis became the first pontiff to endorse same-sex civil unions in comments for a documentary that premiered Wednesday, sparking cheers from gay Catholics and demands for clarification from conservatives, given the Vatican’s official teaching on the issue.