Kyle Billy Fletcher was found guilty of first-degree murder Thursday in the death of former Bay Area Reporter freelance writer Dan Aiello.
The National LGBT Media Association (NGMA) has announced its third annual Ad POP award winners, including many top corporate brand names.
Reaction from LGBT organizations to President Donald Trump's nomination of Judge Brett Kavanaugh to the U.S. Supreme Court was unsparing Monday night, with many saying he will not be like Anthony Kennedy, the justice he is replacing.
It was a bold move. One that was dangerous in Russia, a country known for being one of the most homophobic in the world, and, eventually, led a woman to flee with her family to the United States.
Mason J. Olaya-Smith went from sleeping in the San Francisco Public Library to being the first fellow at the James C. Hormel LGBTQIA Center on the third floor.
The eighth annual Castro Valley Pride festival will be held Saturday, July 14, from noon to 5 p.m. at Castro Valley High School, 19501 Redwood Road.
When I told my mother what the principal had done to me she took off her white cotton apron, put on her walking shoes, and in her everyday housedress took me by the hand, dabbed my tears, and said, "Let's go, Emilio."
San Francisco welcomed in a new mayoral administration Wednesday morning when Mayor London Breed took her oath of office on the steps of City Hall before an estimated crowd of more than 1,000 people.
Governor Jerry Brown has named the first known LGBT judge to the Sonoma County Superior Court.
Since no candidate secured their endorsements in the June primary race for the open 15th Assembly District seat, two East Bay LGBT political clubs will now vote on endorsing one of the two candidates moving on to the November election.
A Sonoma county jury found the man who stole a rainbow flag from the Guerneville Plaza flagpole in May guilty of petty theft June 28.
This week's editorial cartoon.
London Breed's inauguration Wednesday as San Francisco's 45th mayor was a celebratory affair.
A local drag queen was allegedly robbed at gunpoint in the Castro July 5.
Gotta love television's World Cup coverage.
In the two weeks since the end of San Francisco Pride, the City has experienced a level of sustained protest and direct action unprecedented since #OccupySF's first actions in 2011.
India's Supreme Court this week began hearings to consider striking down Section 377, the anti-sodomy law that criminalizes homosexuality.
Mexico took a major step aimed at HIV prevention in late June. The country inaugurated a PrEP program in four cities that would make daily dosing of the HIV drug Truvada available free to as many as 3,000 people.
At the Cultivating Change Foundation's fourth summit for LGBTQ agriculturists and their allies, attendees listened to workshop sessions on such topics as "Growing Bridges: Research on Lesbian Farmers & Their Communities.
This week's correction.
The new florist shop on Castro Street will not be selling flowers.