SAN DIEGO (NEWS 8) — An Ocean Beach man is pedaling 3,000 miles on his beach cruiser to raise money for children of fallen patriots.
In Tuesday's Zevely Zone, Jeff visits Ocean Beach for a good cause that stretches from coast to coast.
Ryan Gehris is networking with VFWs and American Legions along his ride to raise individual donations in the amount of $22. The number 22 represents the statistical information on veterans that take their own lives every day.
If you would like to donate $22 – or any amount – to Ryan's ride, or just follow along with his progress, click here.
There's always one miraculous rescue that stands out in the career of a first-responder. In 1992, the CBS show "Rescue 911" recreated the near-death experience of a man in El Cajon who was shot in the heart with a nail gun.
A Serra Mesa man who says people look "unhappy" when they drive to work decided to do something about it - for three decades.
Have you ever had one of those days at work, when you just feel like you're flying high? In Monday's Zevely Zone, Jeff's at SeaWorld San Diego to meet the man who lights up the night in the theme park's Cirque Electrique.
A Fallbrook teenager was invited to a national guitar competition and took his first flight ever to Dallas.
According to Sharp Mary Birch Hospital, it has been at least two years since they have seen quadruplets delivered.
When you're an artist, almost any blank space is your canvas. In Wednesday's Zevely Zone, Jeff meets artist Dana Toon who turned the inside of a Pacific Beach apartment into a day at the beach.
The worldwide loss to cyber crime is about $600 billion a year, which means America needs bright young minds to protect our computers and smart phones from hackers.
A North County mother says after her son's near-death experience, music was the only answer to his anxiety.
A recent survey ranked California at the top of the list for the country's worst drivers. Which made us at News 8 think, would it be possible to find the safest driver in San Diego?