Voice of San Diego's Scott Lewis has highlights of this week's top stories.
The new service is helping the visually impaired see again — through someone else's eye. NBC 7's Steven Luke has more on how it works.
A juror in the Constantino Banda case said he feels for the family but there wasn't enough evidence to convict. NBC 7's Mari Payton has more.
The city is looking to save money and response time. NBC 7's Robert Santos has more.
The event comes 10 days after the National Walkout Day where students demanded stricter gun-safety laws. NBC 7's education reporter Rory Devine has the details.
Consumer Bob says don't trust door-to-door salesmen for tax advice.
Oliver was rushed to the veterinarian for tests. They confirmed it was a rattlesnake bite.
Melissa Huk said she has made it a personal mission to help her neighbor, who is battling cancer, and his family. NBC 7's Monica Dean has the inspiring story.
The wrongful death suit could amount to millions of dollars. NBC 7's Chris Chan has the details.
A judge dismissed the charges against Constantino Banda after a second hung jury. NBC 7's Nicole Gomez has the boy's mother's reaction.