SAN DIEGO (CBS 8) - Fitness Friday explores two very different workouts that lead to different results!
First, CBS News 8 takes you inside a spin class, excellent for anyone because it is a low-impact routine. Then, we go inside a class designed for people who want to reach the "next level" of fitness through high intensity training.
Check out both video segments to see which class would be right for you, then get a free 3-Day pass to the Bay Club Carmel Valley.
Bay Club Carmel Valley offers a variety of fitness classes and services, but CrossFit is not one of them
CBS News 8's Ashley Jacobs, in the above video, reports from Carmel Valley.
Faith leaders and concerned San Diegans are gathering Friday night in San Ysidro for a major show of support for migrant families at the border.
A man suspected of threatening deadly violence while robbing three San Diego-area banks over the last two weeks was indicted by a grand jury Friday on a slate of federal charges.
On Friday, more pups across the country will join their masters at the office, gym and other businesses for the 20th annual Take Your Dog to Work Day.
There is controversy over a TIME Magazine cover showing a crying toddler superimposed next an image of President Trump.
Hoover High School took a trip into the past by opening a time capsule from 1978. The capsule was dug up in a construction project several years before it was meant to be unearthed.
On Friday, President Trump mistakenly mentioned the mayor of San Diego when talking about immigrants being tipped off about immigration raids.
A judge denied a motion to dismiss charges against a Rancho Bernardo man accused of drinking himself to sleep and passing out with a lit cigarette, causing a fire in his condominium that killed his two children.
U.S. Sen. Kamala Harris Friday toured the Otay Mesa Immigration and Detention Facility, where she visited migrant mothers who were separated from their children in what the California Democrat called "a crime against humanity being committed by the U.S. government."
On the first day of summer, the San Diego County Water Authority unveiled a new outreach program that highlights the value of safe and reliable water supplies for the region.