In Case You Missed It: San Diego Good News for Sunday, August 4

To help make sure you stay informed, each Sunday we revisit five stories from the previous week and capsulize them in this digest. 

1. Norman Powell Brings Championship Trophy to Lincoln High

Raptors guard Norman Powell showed off the Larry O'Brien Trophy at a special ceremony at Lincoln High School, his alma mater. NBC 7's Darnay Tripp was there and talked with Powell about the message the NBA star hopes to pass on to kids attending his old school. 

NBC 7's Darnay Tripp was there when Normal Powell brought the "Larry OB" back to his alma mater.

2. Kensington Neighbors Overpower Messages of Hate With Messages of Love

When someone decided to deface a pathway in Kensington, the people who live there took action. Neighbors noticed the graffiti, and through online groups, banded together to cover up the hateful messages with messages of acceptance. NBC 7's Danica McAdam talked with residents there.

Neighbors are overpowering messages of hate with a stronger message. NBC 7's Danica McAdam brings us the story from Kensington.

3. Artificial Reproduction Offers Hope for Endangered Rhino

A Southern White Rhino born this week was the first successful artificial insemination birth of a southern white rhino in North America. The calf, later named Edward, was conceived through hormone-induced ovulation and artificial insemination. San Diego Zoo Safari Park staff says another rhino is pregnant through assisted reproduction and is due to give birth later this year.

4. Officers Find 'Super Cute' Pair of Ducklings in Arrested Person's Backpack

It was quite a surprise when officers found the baby animals in the backpack while searching a suspect for possession of narcotics. LAPD turned the ducklings over to the LA Animal Services, but not before snapping some pictures and inviting their followers to come up with some duck and cop puns--"Dragnest" and "jailbird" among them.

5. 50 Years at Same Job Sounds Good to This Music Man

Musician Sundiata Kata has worked at the San Diego Center for Children since 1969, helping lots of local kids along the way. "I’ve been at the San Diego Center for Children since 1969. I’ve been told it’s the best gig in town," he said, laughing. NBC 7's Greg Bledsoe features Kata in this week's Your Corner. We are pretty sure it will leave you smiling. 

Musician Sundiata Kata has been working at the San Diego Center for Children since 1969. In his five decades on the job, he has used music to help local children who truly benefit from his work. NBC 7's Greg Bledsoe shares Kata's local legacy in this edition of "Your Corner."
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