WEB EXTRA: Duck Explores BookstoreMaisel the duck explored Rediscovered Books in Boise, Idaho on Monday (4/5). The pet duck made an after-hours "appointment" to check out the selection, according to the store. The staff said Maisel loves sci-fi.
WEB EXTRA: Musical Model Train Breaks A World RecordHave you been working on your hobbies while staying home during the pandemic? The team at a museum in Germany took it to a whole new level and broke a Guinness World Record with one of its model train.
WEB EXTRA: Gathering Of Jellyfish In Italian HarborCheck out all these jellyfish that made their way into a harbor in Trieste, Italy on Wednesday (4/7). Reuters reports that environmental groups said the gathering was unusual and likely caused by certain winds and currents that carried the jellyfish.
WEB EXTRA: Gov. Ron DeSantis Announces State Filing Lawsuit Against Feds To Reopen Cruise IndustryFlorida Governor Ron DeSantis is filing a lawsuit against the federal government and the CDC demanding that cruise ships be opened immediately, he announced on Thursday.
WEB EXTRA: Candy-Themed Park in LAA candy-themed experience is open in Los Angeles, California until May 2. Check it out.
10-Foot Alligator Captured From Underneath Car In Tampa As Mating Season Gets UnderwayLove is in the air if you're an alligator or crocodile. And that means everyone else has to be on the lookout for amorous alligators and frisky crocs who are more active and visible this time of year and potentially more aggressive. That may be why the Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Office was called about a giant gator discovered under a parked car at an apartment complex in Tampa on March 31.
Trending: Taylor SwiftTaylor Swift has released a new song "Mister Perfectly Fine." It comes from a new album which is a re-recording of her 2008 album "Fearless." She wrote the song for the record, but left it off.
Trending: Superman Comic BookAuction house Comic Connect just sold Superman's first appearance in Action Comics Number One for a record setting $3.2 million, which was a million more than the seller's purchase price.
CBS4 News Morning Headlines 4/8/2021Get a quick look at the news making headlines this morning.
Marlins Miguel Rojas Gives Jim Berry Some Opinions On His Sneaker GameMarlins infielder Miguel Rojas has a love for baseball and also a love for sneakers. CBS4 Sports Anchor Jim Berry talked one on one with Rojas and got his take on Jim's sneaker collection.
WEB EXTRA: LA County Sheriff Says 'Driving At A Speed Unsafe For The Road Conditions' Caused Tiger Woods CrashThe LA County sheriff said the primary cause of Tiger Woods' car crash in February was "driving at a speed unsafe for the road conditions and the inability to negotiate the curve of the roadway." Woods suffered serious leg injuries in the crash. The sheriff said Woods showed no signs of impairment and no citations were issued.
WEB EXTRA: Procession For Capitol Police Officer Killed Last WeekThe body of Capitol Police Officer William Evans was transported from the medical examiner's office to a funeral home on Wednesday (4/7). Officer Evans died in an attack outside the Capitol last week.
WEB EXTRA: 104 Year Old Woman Survives COVID For The Second TimeA 104-year-old woman in Colombia beat the coronavirus for a second time. Hospital staff cheered her on as she was discharged Monday (4/5).
WEB EXTRA: CDC Director On Reports Of Clusters Of Cases Associated With Daycares And Youth SportsCDC Director: "Across the country, we are hearing reports of clusters of cases associated with daycare centers and youth sports." Wednesday (4/7) Dr. Walensky said, "the B.1.1.7 variant is now the most common lineage circulating in the United States."
WEB EXTRA: Rhino Born On Easter At Dutch ZooThis is Douwe, a baby rhinoceros born on Easter at the Royal Burgers' Zoo in the Netherlands. The zoo says the baby rhino weighs over 100 pounds, and that baby and mom are both doing well.
WEB EXTRA: First Responders Save Dog From Storm DrainSTORM DRAIN RESCUE: First responders saved this dog from a storm drain in Spartanburg, SC on Monday (4/5). Spartanburg Police said, "Lizzy" got away from her family and then got stuck in the drain.
WEB EXTRA: President Biden Says 'We Aren’t At The Finish Line'President Biden: "The virus is spreading because we have too many people who see the end in sight, think we’re at the finish line already." Tuesday (4/6), the president said, "we aren’t at the finish line" and "we still have a lot of work to do."
WEB EXTRA: Crew Rescued From Dutch Cargo Ship At Risk Of SinkingCrew members on a Dutch cargo ship were evacuated during stormy weather on Monday (4/5). The ship lost power in the main engine and is adrift and in danger of sinking and causing an oil spill in the North Sea, according to the Norwegian Coastal Administration.
WEB EXTRA: Social Media Travel Inspo During The Coronavirus PandemicHave you been thinking about a vacation while staying at home during the pandemic? Here's a look at how social media helped our wanderlust.
Trending: Prince Harry And Meghan MarklePrince Harry and Meghan Markle have announced their first Netflix series. "Heart of Invictus" will follow a group of competitors around the world as they prepare for the Invictus games.
CBS4 News Morning Headlines 4/7/2021Get a quick look at the news making headlines this morning.
WEB EXTRA: Man Makes Helicopter Out Of ChocolateA chocolatier made a helicopter entirely out of chocolate to support air ambulance workers in Folkingham, England. Take a look at his masterpiece.
WEB EXTRA: Polar Bears Meet For The First Time At ZooHudson, the 14-year-old polar bear at the Brookfield Zoo in Illinois, got to meet 5-year-old Hope recently. Hope arrived at the zoo in January 2021. According to a statement from the zoo, the two are eating together and sleeping within sight of each other.
WEB EXTRA: Gov. Ron DeSantis Slams 60 Minutes Reporting On Florida's Alleged Pay-To-Play COVID Vaccine RolloutGov. Ron DeSantis fights back against 60 Minutes report on Florida's alleged pay-to-play COVID vaccine rollout during news conference in Panama City on long-term recovery from Hurricane Michael