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.
How many times a day do you pass a co-worker, say ‘hello,’ but not take the time to ask how they are feeling?
When children get really sick, they need a doctor – and sometimes a dragonfly. In Wednesday’s Zevely Zone, Jeff is at Rady Children’s Hospital to meet a young author.
When we all pitch in San Diego becomes a stronger community. In Tuesday’s Zevely Zone, team KFMB rolls up its sleeves at the Jacobs and Cushman San Diego Food Bank.
When farmers in Australia claimed their steer "Knickers" was the biggest in the world, an East County rancher gave News 8 a call.
On Friday, KFMB Stations along with News 8’s sister radio station, AM 760 KFMB, will host a Day of Giving to raise money for the Warrior Foundation Freedom Station.
They say when you get married you do so in sickness and in health, and in Wednesday’s Zevely Zone, Jeff went to Chula Vista to meet a couple that went from sickness to health by sharing a gift of a lifetime – a kidney.
Two years ago Cardiff resident Kathleen Brooks took a ride in the Zevely Zone. Kathleen, back then, asked Jeff if he wanted to meet the love of her life - a 1967 Volkswagen Beetle.
Is it possible Santa's workshop is actually in Oceanside and not the North Pole? In Monday’s Zevely Zone, Jeff meets the elves of the Ocean Hills Country Club.