Covid-19 Aug 24

Nightly Check-In: FDA Fully Approves Pfizer Covid-19 Vaccine

With the FDA’s approval of Pfizer’s covid vaccine, many are hoping people who have not been vaccinated might change their mind and get the shot. A local college prep school is requiring ev...

  • Nightly Check-In Aug 5, 2020

    Nightly Check-In: Recovery Effort Underway For Remains of Missing Marines, Sailor

    A remote-controlled underwater camera was used to locate the vehicle and remains of the missing marines and sailor. Plus, a family of a loved one that died from the Coronavirus has a message to us all. NBC7’s Omari Fleming has these stories and more on tonight Nightly Check-In for August 4th, 2020.

  • Nightly Check-In Jul 18, 2020

    Nightly Check-In: Most San Diego Schools To Start Online In The Fall

    Governor Newsom laid out sweeping new rules that all but ensure most of the state’s K-12 schools will not reopen classrooms when the academic year starts. Plus, local grocery store workers talk about how it is dealing with angry people upset about the mask mandate. These stories and more on Tonight’s Nightly Check-In for Friday July 17th, 20...
  • Nightly Check-In Jun 30, 2020

    Nightly Check-In: Bars, Breweries and Wineries to Shut Down Again

    San Diego County orders all local bars, breweries and wineries that do not serve food to close starting July. This, as coronavirus cases continue to rise, especially between the ages of 20-29. Plus, SDPD release video of a police shooting downtown, just 24 hours after the incident. NBC’s Mark Mullen has these stories and more on tonight&#821...
  • Mar 10, 2020

    Nightly Check-In: Rain To Slam San Diego

    Rain is on the way, with most of it coming during the morning commute. Plus, a woman tests positive for the coronavirus here in san diego, we are just waiting for confirmation from the CDC. These stories and more on tonight’s Nightly Check-in for March 9th, 2020.

  • Mar 3, 2020

    Nightly Check-In: Voting Errors Before Super Tuesday

    We are just hours away from Super Tuesday. In Chula Vista a human error caused some voters to have to cast their ballot twice. Six people have now died from coronavirus in Washington. Plus, San Diego Zoo’s newest hippo has a new name. NBC 7’s Mark Mullen and Catherine Garcia have these stories and more on tonight’s Nightly Check-I...
  • Feb 26, 2020

    Nightly Check-In: Best City To Live In

    Solana Beach ranks number 7 on the best cities to live in according to a new survey. Plus, deputies in Vista are searching for a hit-and-run driver that injured a 12-year-old little boy. NBC 7’s Mark Mullen and Catherine Garcia have these stories and more on tonight’s Nightly Check-In for February 25th, 2020.

  • Feb 25, 2020

    Nightly Check-In: A Final Farewell

    Thousands gathered at the Staples Center to remember Lakers Legend Kobe Bryant and his daughter Gigi. Plus, Oceanside police officers help deliver a baby on the side of the road. NBC 7’s mark Mullen and Bridget Naso have these stories and more on tonight’s Nightly Check-In for February 24th, 2020.

  • Feb 11, 2020

    Nightly Check-In: First Case of CoronaVirus Confirmed In San Diego

    The coronavirus patient was among those who landed at MCAS Miramar last week after traveling from Wuhan, China, the epicenter of the virus outbreak. Plus, pets up for adoption for only $14 through the county of department of animal services starting tomorrow. NBC 7’s Mark Mullen and Catherine Garcia have these stories and more on tonight&#821...
  • Feb 5, 2020

    Nightly Check-In: A Fishy Situation

    Tuna was spilled in the streets of Little Italy overnight, causing a fishy situation for drivers. Plus, a local teen takes home the crown for Miss California Teen USA. NBC 7’s Mark Mullen and Catherine Garcia have these stories and more on tonight’s Nightly Check-In for February 4th, 2020.

  • Feb 4, 2020

    Nightly Check-In: Car Goes Over Steep Embankment

    A woman in her 90s was killed in Mount Helix after the car she was in went down the side of a steep embankment and flipped over on its roof. Plus, a local doctor heads to Washington to push a plan that puts millions of dollars into beach replenishment after his family was killed from a bluff collapse in Encinitas....

  • Jan 29, 2020

    Nightly Check-In: Coronavirus Screenings in San Diego

    Coronavirus concerns are hitting closer to home as local health officials look into the county’s first case. The CDC has also instructed San Diego International Airport to start screening passengers. Plus, Chargers fans react to Philip Rivers likely leaving the Bolts. NBC 7’s Mark Mullen and Catherine Garcia have these stories and more ...
  • Nightly Check-In Jan 29, 2020

    Nightly Check-In: San Diego Remembers Kobe Bryant

    As the world mourns the death of Kobe Bryant following a deadly helicopter crash in Calabasas, San Diego fans are paying tribute to the NBA icon. Plus, health officials are bracing for the first potential case of the deadly Coronavirus right here in San Diego. NBC 7’s Mark Mullen and Bridget Naso have these stories and more on tonight’s...
  • Nightly Check-In Jan 29, 2020

    Nightly Check-In: Local Biotech Company Develops Coronavirus Vaccine

    As a second case of Coronavirus is confirmed in the U.S., a San Diego Biotech company is being asked to develop a vaccine immediately. Plus, a Imperial Beach homeowner is getting attention for a fairy tale formation in his front yard. NBC 7’s Mark Mullen and Catherine Garcia have these stories and more on tonight’s Nightly Check-In for ...
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