SAN DIEGO (NEWS 8) — Decorating the Christmas tree is a family tradition.
This year, The Rosie Network, along with some special elves, are helping military families keep that tradition alive.
Jessie Gonzalez, from Tom's Adventures, Councilmember Chris Cate, along with Jenna Harris, owner of the Mindful Mill stopped by Morning Extra to share more info on the free trees and how to care for yours.
Thank you to @nichellenews8 @thecwsandiego @CBS8 for welcoming Tom's Adventures Trees, Mindful Mill, and me in-studio this morning to discuss Saturday's event. https://t.co/zvx0iwnI2N Register for your FREE tree by contacting @Rosies_Network: https://t.co/x4wpruIUhY pic.twitter.com/bWo36dJhcm— Chris Cate (@chrisjcate) December 7, 2017
Elevated fire restrictions went into effect Monday for the Cleveland National Forest, which encompasses more than 460,000 acres in the counties of San Diego, Riverside and Orange.
The San Diego City Council take up the controversial issue of short-term vacation rentals Monday. The council is expected to vote on Mayor Faulconer's proposal, which was introduced last month.
A federal judge has temporarily halted deportations of families who have been recently reunited after they were separated by the Trump administration.
Hiring high-skilled foreign workers leads to greater innovation and also has positive effects on business profits, according to a study conducted by UC San Diego researchers.
Venus and the moon created a spectacular sight in the western sky Sunday night, appearing inches away from each other. A crescent moon sat to the right, just two degrees from Venus by mid-twilight.
A jaguar went on a killing rampage at a Louisiana zoo on Saturday, but he was born here at the San Diego Zoo. Valerio spent two years in San Diego before being moved to the Audubon Zoo in New Orleans.
Life gets stressful and rarely goes according to plan, but that doesn't mean you have to fall apart too!
Dust off your wildest hat, grab your best suit, and get ready for Opening Day at Del Mar on Wednesday, July 18th!
Gradual warming through the week. Moisture to return Tuesday and Wednesday, raising chances of thunderstorms in the mountains.
The sound of thunderous drums from a traditional Aztec drum circle could be heard throughout Barrio Logan all weekend. Hundreds of dancers have been moving to the beat since Friday and haven't stopped. News 8 photojournalist Tim Blodgett shows us more of the sights and sounds as the dancers stand up against hate and racism.