SAN DIEGO (NEWS 8) — It's history in the making for a deaf Encinitas boy and Big Brothers, Big Sisters of San Diego County.
In Monday's Zevely Zone, Jeff is in Mission Beach for a special day filled with fun with Taj and Nick. The two are the first hearing-impaired "Big Brother" match in the world.
The first deaf “Big Brother” match makes history. A special day with Taj and Nick at Belmont Park in the Zevely Zone at 5:40 pm on Channel 8 @CBS8 @thecwsandiego @belmontparksd @Bigbrothersan pic.twitter.com/9l25ye3FLg— Jeff Zevely (@JeffNews8) June 25, 2018
Some of the footage in this video story was shot using a GoPro camera.
For nearly 40 years a nonprofit organization in San Diego called TERI has been a champion for those with autism. In Tuesday’s Zevely Zone, Jeff is in Oceanside where star power meets special needs.
An Ocean Beach man who rode his bicycle across the country to raise money for Gold Star families - relatives of US military members who died in battle - has returned to San Diego.
It is never too late to set the record straight, and in Friday's Zevely Zone, Jeff went to Carslbad to meet 94-year-old Joan Anderson - the woman who discovered and named the modern day, hula hoop.
Most people are happy on a sunny day, so what if we told you technology from NASA could simulate that feeling while you sit at your desk?
Sometimes when people think their time left on Earth is short, they write a heartfelt letter. In Wednesday’s Zevely Zone, Jeff is in Chula Vista at the Arc of San Diego to meet the “History Lady.”
Inside this Lemon Grove wood shop the staff is so busy, Candace Vanderhoff seemed surprised when she was asked about the queen bee herself.