SAN DIEGO (NBC/KNSD) - It started as simply a photograph of a sailor kissing a nurse at the end of World War II in 1945.
Now what may just be the most famous kiss in U.S. history has a new home in California.
After a 2,800-mile trip that began in New Jersey, the newly cast bronze statue of the salient smooch arrived in San Diego Monday morning.
The 25-foot-tall, 15,000-pound piece of art cost $1 million to make and replaces a form-core version.
This new bronze version will be installed along San Diego's waterfront in the next couple days.
Storm Team 2 Meteorologists Jamie Jarosik and Tara Hastings have been calculating snow totals for you for several days now and so far, have been right on par with conditions.
Southbound lanes of Interstate 75 are closed approaching U.S. 40 in Vandalia due to a multiple vehicle crash.
Snowfall reports vary across the Miami Valley as the storm continues to produce heavy snow, making it hard for drivers to see in some cases.
The conviction of a China Arnold for the murder of her daughter has been upheld by a court of appeals.
The westbound lanes of US 35 were closed Friday afternoon due to an accident involving a police car.