To help make sure you stay informed, each Sunday we'll revisit five stories from the previous week and capsulize them in this digest. Today's collection highlights some of the positive news events that happened this week.
Get ready for a tug on your heart strings. San Diego Police Department welcomed its shortest police officer - a 5-year-old boy who would love to wear a badge. NBC 7’s Danica McAdam reports on the event which the local Make-A-Wish chapter said was a first.
After seven months apart, U.S. Navy sailors returned home to roaring applause from family members excited to reunite with their loved ones. Servicemembers aboard USS Spruance returned to Naval Base San Diego Monday morning after a long deployment -- some even returning to meet their children for the first time. See the reunions here.
It may still be raining and evening snowing in Southern California as we enter Memorial Day Weekend but you can't keep the Jacaranda trees dormant for long. NBC 7 photojournalist Angelos Papazis captured the trees in bloom in Balboa Park this week.
If you’re planning a very special “big night out,” four San Diego restaurants have just been named among the 100 best restaurants in the nation for just that. Online restaurant reservation website, OpenTable, released a list Tuesday of the “100 Best Restaurants in America for a Big Night Out.” See the restaurants in this article from The Scene.
This one is from NBC 7's Catherine Garcia. She got the chance to sit down with Jimmy Fallon from "The Tonight Show" to talk about some of his favorites - everything from shows to 80s music. Watch the interview below.