High school students can sometimes feel like they are having their feet held to the fire when it comes to subjects like math and science, but one special class is bringing the heat in a different way.
In Thursday's Zevely Zone, Jeff sits among the next generation of first responders in Fire Science Class at Mt. Carmel High School.
Some of the footage in this video story was shot using a GoPro camera.
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.