SAN DIEGO (NEWS 8) - It's summer and sleep schedules for your kids, probably go out the window, but you can feel good about letting them stay up late if you're all at the zoo!
Guests are invited to take advantage of extended Zoo hours to join in all the fun of Nighttime Zoo’s special activities, including African-themed entertainment and toe-tapping musical stylings from Zoo favorites, the Rock and Roar band and the Chameleons brass band.
News 8’s Ashley Jacobs takes you there for a sneak peek as Families can also discover surprising encounters, stilt walkers, exceptional trampoline performances, acrobatic feats and much more.
Nighttime Zoo celebration begins June 17 and runs through September 3, 2018.
For more information visit their website.
A 53-year-old man who was seriously injured when he crashed a motorized scooter into a tree in downtown San Diego has died, police reported Monday.
Sunny skies with above-average temperatures are expected throughout San Diego County. Low clouds and fog could return Monday night and temperatures are expected to cool through Wednesday.
Crews are on scene of an apartment fire in Chula Vista, that broke out early Monday morning, right across the street from an earlier fire involving two mobile homes.
Fire crews on scene of a fully engulfed fire as two mobile homes burn in Chula Vista Monday morning.
Spring is almost here and as the temperatures start to rise more and more people will be out and about enjoying San Diego trails. But with the sun and warmth come critters – including rattlesnakes.
A candlelight vigil got underway San Diego Sunday evening in remembrance of the 50 lives taken this week in Christchurch, New Zealand. Organizers said the vigil would also be a place to pray for an end to Islamophobia, racism, gun violence and more.
San Diego County sheriff's homicide detectives were Monday investigating the death of a man found inside a Potrero residence with signs of trauma.
Migrant caravans attempting to gain entry into the U.S. at the Mexico border is a topic that has sparked a lot of heated debate; but the director of a new documentary says his goal is to tell the stories of those affected while looking at both sides of the issue.
Dick Dale, the "King of Surf Guitar," whose music was emblematic of Southern California's beach culture in the 1960s, has died at the age of 81, Dale's touring bassist Sam Bolle confirmed to the Guardian on Sunday.