Think for a moment about who your best friend is; now consider if you could open a nonprofit organization with that friend to help the world. What would it be?
Write something in ink and you'd better be prepared to live with it for a long time. In Monday’s Zevely Zone, Jeff's in South Park to get acquainted with a famous tattoo artist named Turk and his needle.
A well known restaurant in Seaport Village opened by a former San Diego television personality is closing this weekend.
A North County mother diagnosed with multiple sclerosis is inspiring others with the disease with exercise - a lot of exercise.
Philip Rivers may just be on his way to a Hall of Fame NFL career, but ask the Chargers quarterback what he is most proud of and he starts with faith and family.
When you act from the heart and do something for a stranger, often times that act of kindness grows into something loving and remarkable.
You would think the one place you could get correct time would be at a clock museum with 300 time pieces - but you may be surprised.
Clairemont High School's class of 1968 is planning its 50th reunion, and the same people on the reunion committee where interviewed by News 8 in 1978 for their tenth high school reunion.
In many cases parents buy their kids their first vehicle, but Rory Darby isn't like those kids - he's taking this road alone.
The seventh annual U.S. Sand Sculpting Challenge kicks off this Friday at the Broadway Pier. In Wednesday’s Zevely Zone, Jeff meets a former grand prize winner and one of the most famous faces in waterfront art.
When it comes to breakfast, lunch or dinner on the run, there's a new way to serve yourself and the environment. In Tuesday’s Zevely Zone, Jeff sits down with the Oceanside company TwentyFifty fork.
Sixty miles east of San Diego trucks that were once the backbone of American transport are waiting to take you back in time.
It is one thing to be good at your job, but it takes a higher level of dedication to use that job to help the community.
It's no secret, if you're looking for a good lunch: eat where the cops do and order the best thing on the menu. In Tuesday‘s Zevely Zone, Jeff's in Downtown San Diego at the urban deli, Appetite.
For the past year, News 8 has followed the story of a vista mechanic who gives away cars to people in need.
For three decades, the La Jolla Cove was the office for a legendary lifeguard. In Wednesday's Zevely Zone, Jeff's in Escondido at Silverado Memory Care to visit a hero.
This Sunday at Sycuan Casino CBS 8 is hosting a contestant search for the game show "Let's Make a Deal."
We're still a year away from the premiere of "Top Gun 2," the sequel to one of the most famous movies ever shot in San Diego. But don't be surprised if you see "Maverick" make a special guest appearance at a party near you.
Comic-con is famous for its crazy costumes, but sometimes those outrageous outfits fall apart at the worst time.
Comic-Con is back in San Diego and with it comes the crowds, the costumes, and, according to at least one woman, a lack of consideration. In Thursday's Zevely Zone, Jeff plays "Anchorman" and meets a longtime local who wants San Diego to "stay classy."
Dogs can be a man's best friend, but also a criminal's worst nightmare. In Wednesday's Zevely Zone, Jeff is in Miramar at the sheriff's K-9 training academy with the new recruits.
At some point in life, many people stop worrying about what other people think - and only do what makes them happy.
An Alpine man is giving new meaning to the words, "neighborhood watch." In Thursday's Zevely Zone, Jeff walks, climbs and shoots a military tribute with Terry Ulmer.
One week ago Wednesday, America celebrated another birthday - and for one Rancho Bernardo woman the party never stopped.
Six weeks ago Tuesday, a mastiff named rain ran away from her home in Rancho Sante Fe. But instead of giving up hope, the search for this dog is growing.
It's a San Diego tradition: the 65th annual Old Mission Beach Athletic Club Over The Line tournament returns to Fiesta Island this weekend. In Monday's Zevely Zone, Jeff shows us how two "hall of fame" players fell in love with the sport - and each other.
If you have never heard of The Noble Experiment - that's the whole point. It's a secret bar with no sign out front.
You hear a lot about restaurants opening, then going out of business. But have you heard about a restaurant opening and never closing? Ever!?
After 20 years of bringing San Dieagans his microclimate forecast, News 8's beloved Matt Baylow is calling it a career. Jeff Zevely took a walk down memory lane with Matt and sends him off with heartfelt goodbyes from the newsroom in Wednesday's very special Zevely Zone.
Life can get pretty busy for parents: you've got the kids, a full-time job, volunteering with the Boy Scouts - and then it's off to the opera. In Tuesday's Zevely Zone, Jeff's in Vista to meet a dad who has a hard time saying no - to anything.
It's history in the making for a deaf Encinitas boy and Big Brothers, Big Sisters of San Diego County. In Monday's Zevely Zone, Jeff is in Mission Beach for a special day filled with fun with Taj and Nick.
People across the world in 800 cities are celebrating Make Music Day on Thursday. In Thursday's Zevely Zone, Jeff's in Carlsbad pulling some strings at the Museum of Making Music.
There's always one miraculous rescue that stands out in the career of a first-responder. In 1992, the CBS show "Rescue 911" recreated the near-death experience of a man in El Cajon who was shot in the heart with a nail gun.
A Serra Mesa man who says people look "unhappy" when they drive to work decided to do something about it - for three decades.
Have you ever had one of those days at work, when you just feel like you're flying high? In Monday's Zevely Zone, Jeff's at SeaWorld San Diego to meet the man who lights up the night in the theme park's Cirque Electrique.
A Fallbrook teenager was invited to a national guitar competition and took his first flight ever to Dallas.
According to Sharp Mary Birch Hospital, it has been at least two years since they have seen quadruplets delivered.
When you're an artist, almost any blank space is your canvas. In Wednesday's Zevely Zone, Jeff meets artist Dana Toon who turned the inside of a Pacific Beach apartment into a day at the beach.
The worldwide loss to cyber crime is about $600 billion a year, which means America needs bright young minds to protect our computers and smart phones from hackers.
A North County mother says after her son's near-death experience, music was the only answer to his anxiety.
A recent survey ranked California at the top of the list for the country's worst drivers. Which made us at News 8 think, would it be possible to find the safest driver in San Diego?
Reporters on deadline are always searching for their next story, but sometimes the people at the center of those stories need some time. In Wednesday's Zevely Zone, Jeff gets a phone call on a story he's been waiting on for a decade.
The number itself is staggering: 20,000 partially used rolls of toilet paper a year come from Pechanga Resort and Casino in Temecula.
Forgiveness can lead to great things. In Monday's Zevely Zone, Jeff is in University Heights to meet the "acrylic alchemist," Michael Carini. Michael was assaulted in 2009 by an acquaintance but while his eyes were swollen shut, he saw a vision that inspired his creativity..
You're never too old to quit your day job. And to prove it – in Thursday's Zevely Zone, Jeff is in Carlsbad with one of the top crossword puzzle writers in the world.
A senior at Escondido High School celebrated perfect attendance at her graduation ceremony on Friday.
From the freeways to the beaches to coffee shops - it seems everywhere you go these days in San Diego you find a crowd. In Wednesday's Zevely Zone, Jeff visits San Vicente Reservoir to share what just might be San Diego's best kept secret.
In Tuesday's Zevely Zone, Jeff went to San Marcos with Hubert, the only robot of his kind in San Diego.
The next time you can't find the energy to take a 16 hour flight to Australia, consider visiting Walkabout Australia - a new four acre animal habitat designed by one of Australia's own.
Some of the smartest high school students in San Diego County will be in Atlanta this weekend competing in the National Quiz Bowl Championship.
Imagine being at work, when suddenly your boss demands you stop what you're doing and take a break. In Thursday's Zevely Zone, Jeff's in the East Village with the San Diego Humane Society's first "kitten crash."
This Sunday, San Diego’s top 20 high school theater stars will compete for their chance to win a $10,000 scholarship on a Broadway stage.
en years after being attacked by a rattlesnake, News 8's Chopper 8 reporter Jo Eager decided to face her fears.
Reading is the cornerstone of education and a San Diego non-profit organization is helping low-income, at-risk children discover the power of books.
From Stevie Wonder to Ray Charles - blind musicians have a special connection to their music that can inspire their listeners.
Navigating a trash truck through San Diego's congested streets can be a game of inches. So, imagine the odds of a driver having zero accidents since 1989.
The San Diego Chicken Pie Shop is celebrating its 80th anniversary by piling on the food and rolling back their prices.
Best known for smiles on their airplanes and stewardesses in hot pants, PSA graced California's skies for nearly four decades. In Tuesday's Zevely Zone, Jeff's in Rancho Bernardo where the past and present are being honored in a calendar.
Skateboards can be a dream come true for a child, but for one 14-year-old amputee, those wheels are a way to get around town.
His clients include A-listers like DJ Khaled and Snoop Dog, and now the international award winning barber to the stars is setting up shop in "Funner, California."
"Disney on Ice: Frozen" is returning to San Diego with two familiar faces who always dreamed of traveling the world. In Thursday's Zevely Zone, Jeff meets skating sisters from Escondido.
Perched high on a cliff top above Mission Valley, many San Diegans have never stepped foot inside the walls of San Diego's oldest high school.
The California Highway Patrol is always on the move and can't be everywhere at once. Which is why they need reinforcements for their "volunteer dream team."
When people are down on their luck and facing life's biggest challenges, sometimes it's the small stuff that matters most.
In San Diego, companies likes SDG&E and The Union-Tribune are household names, but there is one business rich in history San Diegans may have never heard of before.
Legoland is days away from opening its new Castle Hotel and the new accommodations are fit for a king or queen.
A tragic car crash left a Mount Carmel High School student paralyzed from the chest down, and now, the community is rallying to support him.
Perform 300 concerts in front of screaming kids every year, and you may just be the hardest working man in San Diego show business.
Imagine turning a $10,000 investment into $15 million dollars in sales. In Wednesday's Zevely Zone, Jeff is in Kearny Mesa with a story of inspiration.
If you enjoy working out on a treadmill, but grow tired of staring at yourself in the mirror, there may be a solution for you.
When the U.S.S. Carl Vinson returned to San Diego on Thursday, sailors were welcomed home by a smiling streak of red, white and blue.
From critters to camels, a new sanctuary in Alpine wants to invite children to get up close and personal with animals.
A North County man who grew up in the Junior Lifeguard Program is teaching a valuable life-saving message to the next generation.
Many people live their lives playing it safe and making responsible career choices. But what happens, when your secret dream won't take "no" for an answer?
San Diego's boating community is rallying behind a Coast Guard veteran and his old riverboat that is being evicted from the Driscoll Mission Bay Marina.
For most teenagers, turning 16 means finally getting behind the wheel of a car. But Lex Remley isn't like most kids.
If you're a runner you know that sometimes you just have to start jogging to clear your head. In Wednesday's Zevely Zone, Jeff is in Ocean Beach to meet "Marathon Milio."
An Ocean Beach man is pedaling 3,000 miles on his beach cruiser to raise money for children of fallen patriots.
Sometimes good teachers can be sneaky by making a subject fun enough that students don't realize how much they're learning.
If laughter is life's best medicine, a 97-year-old East County woman's art may just be good for your health.
Along with Hotel del Coronado and the Coronado Bridge, the Giant Dipper Roller Coaster in Belmont Park is one of San Diego's most iconic sites.
Imagine missing your high school senior prom. For a handful of senior citizens in Chula Vista, Tuesday was a chance to make those prom memories.
If you've ever lost a pet, you know the feeling of panic and desperation that follows. In Monday's Zevely Zone, Jeff visits El Cajon to meet a woman who travels anywhere at anytime to help dog owners at no charge.
Sitting empty and unused since 2011, many San Diegans are wondering if the show will go on for the Starlight Bowl. The Starlight Bowl once boasted the biggest names in music: Rolling Stones, Elvis Costello, Jerry Garcia.
At the age of 78, an East County woman has just accomplished an amazing feat - with her feet. In Thursday's Zevely Zone, Jeff visits Lakeside to meet the globe-trotting great grandmother.
San Diego's largest and oldest rummage sale has raised millions of dollars for local charity - and it's back for the 91st time.
Governor Jerry Brown has declared March 5 - 9 Food Waste Prevention Week. In Tuesday's Zevely Zone, Jeff is in Oceanside where two sister restaurants are getting the most out of their menu.
An appearance on the Stephen Colbert show left a lot of animal lovers speechless, like the cat got their tongue.
The single use plastic bag ban can create confusion and frustration for grocery store shoppers at check out.
If you have ever dreamed of owning a home with a view that doubles as a famous tourists trap, you may just be in luck.
The positive prognosis of a nine-year-old cancer patient is giving beer lovers across San Diego County something to drink to.
It's not often you look up into the sky and see something that blows your mind. In Wednesday's Zevely Zone, Jeff's goes to Moonlight Beach to meet the "Bubble Man."
If you want to become an aerospace engineer, getting a job at NASA is like shooting for the moon. In Tuesday's Zevely Zone, Jeff visits San Diego City College to meet a rising star.
A North County eatery is believed to be the first restaurant in San Diego County where parents can have it all - great food, alone time and supervised onsite child care.
Few of us really know how our coworkers spend their time when they are off the clock. In Thursday's Zevely Zone, Jeff gets to know Ryan Brothers - a writer here at KFMB Stations and News 8 - who put his own signature on Mission Trails Regional Park.
If planting trees at Balboa Park sounds like too much work, you could just sit back and order a plate of tacos.