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WEB EXTRA: Polar Bear Takes An Ice BathNora, a polar bear at the Oregon Zoo, enjoyed a chilly bath on May 3. Zoo staff filled a 300-gallon tub with ice for her to cool off and roll around in.
WEB EXTRA: Jackson Memorial Hospital's "Superhero Nurse" SculptureWynwood muralist Claudia La Bianca donated the sculpture to the hospital.
WEB EXTRA: Grandson and Grandma Graduate from College TogetherTwo graduates at Indiana University share a really special bond that goes beyond studying together. Check out their story.
WEB EXTRA: Coast Guard Rescues FishermanThe U.S. Coast Guard had to medevac a fisherman from a commercial fishing vessel off the coast of Oregon on Tuesday (5/11). Take a look at the rescue operation.
CBS4 News Morning Headlines 5/13/2021Get a quick look at the news making headlines this morning.
Trending: Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame InducteesThis year's diverse class inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame includes Tina Turner, Jay-Z, Carole King, Todd Rundgren, The Go-Go's, and the Foo Fighters.
WEB EXTRA: President Biden Says He Expects 'Good News' About Colonial Pipeline In The Next 24 hoursPresident Biden says he expects we'll hear some "good news" about Colonial Pipeline in the "next 24 hours." Wednesday (5/12), the president was asked what he'd say to Americans worried about the supply of gas and rising prices.
WEB EXTRA: Shoes Outside White House To Represent Nurses Who Died During The Coronavirus PandemicShoes were placed outside the White House on International Nurses Day (5/12). National Nurses United says the shoes represent more than 400 nurses who have died during the pandemic. The group says it is calling for an emergency temporary standard to protect workers on the job.
WEB EXTRA: AAA Tips For Conserving FuelAAA is urging people not to "panic buy" or hoard gasoline. Long lines have formed at some gas stations after a cyberattack forced Colonial Pipeline to shut down a line that supplies about 45% of the fuel consumed on the East Coast. AAA has tips to help drivers conserve fuel:
WEB EXTRA: Rock and Roll Hall of Fame 2021 InducteesThe Rock & Roll Hall of Fame just announced its 2021Inductees, and they say it is "the most diverse list of Inductees in the history of the organization." Here’s a look at this year’s inductees in the performer category.
WEB EXTRA: Stellar View From NYC Observation Deck 1100 Feet UpCheck out these stellar views from a new observation deck in the heart of New York City. Visitors to Summit One Vanderbilt can look out over the city’s iconic skyline from feet 1,100 up. The deck opens to the public October 21.
WEB EXTRA: Pacific Football Fish Found Washed Up On California coastA Pacific Football Fish was found washed ashore in Crystal Cove State Park's Marine Protected Area in California on Friday (5/7).
WEB EXTRA: Lines For Gas Along East CoastDrivers along the East Coast rushed to fill up their gas tanks Tuesday (5/11). This is all in response to the Colonial Pipeline cyber attack that happened last week, shutting down a major pipeline. The president has said there is no gas shortage, but drivers are still playing it safe.
WEB EXTRA: Puppy BondA 7-year-old Minnesota boy shares a very special bond with his puppy. See how Marvel the dog has helped Paxton share his story.
WEB EXTRA: Arch Bridge Transported Down River In The NetherlandsTake a look at this arch bridge being transported using floating pontoons and tugboats on Monday (5/10). The structure is about 700-feet-long and will be used as a temporary bridge next to one that is getting renovated in Rotterdam, the Netherlands.
WEB EXTRA: Vaccinated Travel For People Over 65The European Union is preparing a plan to reopen to vaccinated Americans and many seniors are ready to go. Travel advisors say older travelers are among those leading bookings.
Trending: Bob Dylan Art WorkAn exhibition of musician Bob Dylan's art will open in November at Florida International University.
CBS4 News Morning Headlines 5/12/2021Get a quick look at the news making headlines this morning.
Rainy Season Officially Kicks Off May 15It’s time to add the umbrella or raincoat to your everyday wardrobe essentials because South Florida’s rainy season will officially begin on May 15.
WEB EXTRA: Giant Manta Ray Off Florida CoastThis manta ray was spotted off the coast of Sarasota on Saturday. Police said Marine Patrol responded to a report of a stranded dolphin, but it turned out to be the ray.
WEB EXTRA: Candles Lit in Prague Castle Courtyard For COVID VictimsAbout 30,000 candles were lit in Prague Castle's courtyard in the Czech Republic to commemorate COVID-19 victims on Monday (5/10). The Czech president was in attendance, along with Presidential office employees and castle guards, to light the candles.
WEB EXTRA: Ghost Forest Exhibit in New York City Park49 barren Atlantic White Cedar trees can be found in New York City's Madison Square Park. The trees are part of a temporary exhibit that opened on Monday (5/10) and will run through November. Take a look.
WEB EXTRA: FDA Announces Pfizer Vaccine Authorization For Kids 12 to 15The FDA announced children 12-15 years old can start to receive the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine. On Monday (5/10), the agency said the vaccine met the criteria to be authorized. The Pfizer-BioNTech vaccine is the only one authorized so far for adolescents starting at age 12.
WEB EXTRA: President Biden on Colonial Pipeline AttackColonial Pipeline says it is working to bring its pipeline that carries about 45% of the fuel consumed on the East Coast fully back online after a ransomware attack. Monday (5/10), President Biden said government agencies "have acted quickly to mitigate any impact on our fuel supply."

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