SAN DIEGO (NEWS 8) — Navigating a trash truck through San Diego's congested streets can be a game of inches. So, imagine the odds of a driver having zero accidents since 1989.
In Thursday's Zevely Zone, Jeff's in Mount Hope to meet the city and nation's top driver, Roger Bronner.
Roger says he hopes to retire in about three years and enjoy his free time traveling.
30 years. No accidents. No injuries. Roger Bronner is the Clean Up Man. Meet the Top Sanitation Driver in the Nation in the Zevely Zone tonight at 5:40 pm on Channel 8. @CBS8 @thecwsandiego @CityofSanDiego pic.twitter.com/z18XWw14gn— Jeff Zevely (@JeffNews8) May 10, 2018
Some of the footage in this video story was shot using a GoPro camera.
For the past 12 years, an El Cajon boy has shown unbelievable courage, but even courage can only take a person so far. In Thursday’s Zevely Zone, Jeff tells us why Kyle and his family need a special van for a special boy.
Think for a moment about who your best friend is; now consider if you could open a nonprofit organization with that friend to help the world. What would it be?
Write something in ink and you'd better be prepared to live with it for a long time. In Monday’s Zevely Zone, Jeff's in South Park to get acquainted with a famous tattoo artist named Turk and his needle.
A well known restaurant in Seaport Village opened by a former San Diego television personality is closing this weekend.
A North County mother diagnosed with multiple sclerosis is inspiring others with the disease with exercise - a lot of exercise.
Philip Rivers may just be on his way to a Hall of Fame NFL career, but ask the Chargers quarterback what he is most proud of and he starts with faith and family.