CBS News 8 broadcast engineer Scott Rice always knew he wanted to work in the TV business. In fact, 16-years-ago he got Larry's attention. That's when Larry discovered that Scott was running a radio station, out of his bedroom.
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Southwest Airlines is offering its flyers a chance to see a solar eclipse. Five specific flights will cross the path from Oregon to South Carolina where the moon is expected to cover the sun. The airline plans to give out special viewing glasses, as well as add cosmic cocktails to their menus. This will be the first coast-to-coast eclipse since 1918 and it will happen August 21.
You may not always agree with them at the ball park, but Wednesday Major League Baseball umpires made the right call. Patients at Rady Children's Hospital got a special, surprise visit by the guys in blue. News 8's Ashley Jacobs reports with more.
You've probably used Google street view, but soon you can explore even more. Google Street View Trekker is taking virtual exploration a step further.
Have you ever wanted to make a meal with ingredients used by professional chefs? Well, there's a secret store just for that. A warehouse in Mission Hills sells hundreds of fresh products used by dozens of local restaurants daily. And it's open to the public. News 8's Shawn Styles takes us inside Specialty Produce.
It's a Comic-Con blast from the past! News 8 dug deep in the archives to see what's changed and what's stayed the same now that the convention is in its 47th year. Andrea Naversen shows us which characters were a big hit back in 1989 and still are today.
The National Dog Trainer of the Year calls San Diego home. She's always sharing one-minute video tips through social media and this morning she's talking dog etiquette with us.
While most people are glued to their televisions for the popular "Shark Week" others are making a difference off our coast. Particularly a local tattoo artist, Kyle Walker, who uses his profits to raise money for shark finning prevention and awareness.
More than 42,000 people showed up to Del Mar's opening day last year. Just imagine navigating such a huge crowd for hours on end, sounds like you'd be in need of some serious spa time afterward.
On Zoo Day the animals usually come to us, but Friday we went to them. News 8's Ashley Jacobs is at the San Diego Zoo with a pig, a wolf, and a cheetah-dog team!