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Remembering Larry

We are saddened to report our beloved colleague Larry Himmel, CBS News 8's legendary reporter, humorist and consummate broadcaster died Wednesday, November 5th following his brave battle with cancer. Larry was 68 years old. http://kfmb.us/larry
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  • Remembering Larry

    Remembering Larry

    We are saddened to report our beloved colleague Larry Himmel,  CBS News 8's legendary reporter, humorist and consummate broadcaster died Wednesday, November 5th following his brave battle with cancer. Larry was 68 years old. 
    We are saddened to report our beloved colleague Larry Himmel,  CBS News 8's legendary reporter, humorist and consummate broadcaster died Wednesday, November 5th following his brave battle with cancer. Larry was 68 years old. 
  • Vintage Himmel: Bedroom Broadcaster

    Vintage Himmel: Bedroom Broadcaster

    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. 

    Watch the video above for this week's Vintage Himmel. 

     

    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. 

    Watch the video above for this week's Vintage Himmel. 

     
  • Vintage Himmel: The Price is Right

    Vintage Himmel: The Price is Right

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    It was one of the most exciting days of their lives, and they got to relive it with Larry.

     

    It was one of the most exciting days of their lives, and they got to relive it with Larry.

     
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  • San Diego girl reunites with emergency transport team that helped save her life

    San Diego girl reunites with emergency transport team that helped save her life

    Thursday, February 21 2019 10:09 PM EST2019-02-22 03:09:04 GMT

    A very special little girl reunited Thursday with the people who helped save her life. Two-year-old Emma was rushed to Rady Children’s Hospital last spring when she was having problems with her heart. The people who took her there were members of a team called Children’s Hospital Emergency Transport (also known as CHET). 

     

    A very special little girl reunited Thursday with the people who helped save her life. Two-year-old Emma was rushed to Rady Children’s Hospital last spring when she was having problems with her heart. The people who took her there were members of a team called Children’s Hospital Emergency Transport (also known as CHET). 

     
  • ‘Pucks & Paws’: New San Diego Gulls’ calendar to help dogs in need

    ‘Pucks & Paws’: New San Diego Gulls’ calendar to help dogs in need

    Thursday, February 21 2019 8:31 PM EST2019-02-22 01:31:57 GMT

    The San Diego Gulls are helping dogs in need with a new team calendar. The calendar sponsored by Raising Cane’s features 14 Gulls players with Shelter to Soldier service dogs and the calendar is for sale at Gulls games and through the DASH Auctions app. 

     

    The San Diego Gulls are helping dogs in need with a new team calendar. The calendar sponsored by Raising Cane’s features 14 Gulls players with Shelter to Soldier service dogs and the calendar is for sale at Gulls games and through the DASH Auctions app. 

     
  • Remembering Amber Dubois and Chelsea King a decade later

    Remembering Amber Dubois and Chelsea King a decade later

    Thursday, February 21 2019 5:54 PM EST2019-02-21 22:54:32 GMT

    Amber Dubois and Chelsea King went missing from San Diego neighborhoods 10 and 9 years ago respectively this month. Their disappearances resulted in massive search efforts and an outpouring of support. While families, friends and complete strangers hoped for their safe returns, tragically neither was found alive. The following clips serve as a reminder of the power of community coming together.

     

    Amber Dubois and Chelsea King went missing from San Diego neighborhoods 10 and 9 years ago respectively this month. Their disappearances resulted in massive search efforts and an outpouring of support. While families, friends and complete strangers hoped for their safe returns, tragically neither was found alive. The following clips serve as a reminder of the power of community coming together.

     
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