THE LGBTQ community celebrated two important events in history Wednesday night: the 40th anniversary of Harvey Milk's election as San Francisco Supervisor and the 20th anniversary of the giant flagpole that flies the rainbow flag in the Castro.
Pride weekend is a celebration that brings people from all over the country and world to San Francisco. It draws a diverse crowd and that's the name of this year's celebration: A Celebration of Diversity.
Merchants in the Castro are gearing up for a huge turnout for this weekend's 47th annual Pride celebration.
Gilbert Baker, the man who created the rainbow flag, the iconic symbol for gay pride, has died. He was 65-years-old.
San Francisco's Castro neighborhood is on edge after the release from jail of an arsonist and convicted killer who targeted the neighborhood.
The statute has drawn a line of curious onlookers to the Castro district in San Francisco.
A man who was attacked as he was leaving a SF Castro club last week says he can't remember much, except waking up in the hospital with severe injuries.