WEB EXTRA: Cave Explorers Descend To The Bottom Of What's Known As The 'Well of Hell'These people went where they say no one has ever gone before, down a mysterious well in Yemen.
WEB EXTRA: Officer Saves Driver From Burning CarThis rookie police officer is being called a hero after pulling a person from a burning car in San Jose, CA.
WEB EXTRA: Gas Explosion at a Dallas Apartment ComplexAt least six people, including four firefighters, were injured in an explosion at an apartment complex in Texas, according to Dallas Fire Rescue. The department said crews were investigating the smell of natural gas when the explosion occurred Wednesday.
WEB EXTR: A Price Is Right PKG 50th Anniversary Special PreviewThe Price Is Right is celebrating its 50th anniversary with a special 2-hour primetime episode on Thursday night. Check out this preview, then watch the show Thursday at 9pm on CBS4.
WEB EXTRA :Chile's Atacama Desert Blooms in Rare PhenomenaThe Atacama Desert in Chile is in bloom with small mauve-colored flowers for the beginning of spring. The desert only blooms every five to seven years and draws tourists for the rare phenomena.
WEB EXTRA: Obama Presidential Center GroundbreakingFormer President Barack Obama and former first lady Michelle Obama took part in a groundbreaking ceremony for the Obama Presidential Center in Chicago, Illinois, on September 28, 2021. The center is scheduled to open in 2025.
WEB EXTRA: Brother Bears Fall Asleep At Same TimeBrown bear siblings JB and Patron appeared to fall asleep at the same time at the Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center on September 21. The conservation center shared the video and called it "Synchronized napping!"
WEB EXTRA: Drone Video of Damage and Lava Flow On Island Of La Palma in SpainDrone video shows some of the destruction caused by lava flows on the island of La Palma. Police shared the video Tuesday (9/28). The volcano on La Palma remains active, and Spain's government just classified the area as a disaster zone.
WEB EXTRA: Gov. Ron DeSantis Q&A with Reporters After Signing Biden Border Crisis Executive OrderFlorida Governor Ron DeSantis on Tuesday announced three new actions he's taking to address what termed President Joe Biden's border crisis.
WEB EXTRA: Manned Drone Created By Students In CambodiaThe students who created this manned drone say they hope it can one day help ferry people around during high-traffic times and even possibly fight fires.
WEB EXTRA: President Biden Gets His Pfizer COVID Vaccine Booster ShotPresident Biden received his Pfizer COVID-19 vaccine booster shot while taking questions on Monday, Sept. 27. The president said, "a quarter of the country can't go unvaccinated and us not continue to have a problem."
WEB EXTRA: Must Watch Video As Vehicle Crosses Multiple Lanes Before Crashing Into BusinessVideo shows a vehicle crossing multiple lanes, through traffic in Coconut Grove, Australia, on September 23. Authorities shared the video and said the driver "allegedly lost control, failed to negotiate a turn, and crashed into a business." Officials said 2 people sustained non-life-threatening injuries.
WATCH: Orange County Sheriff Giving Update On Disappearance Of Miya MarcanoArmando Manuel Caballero, a person of interest in Marcano's disappearance, was found dead Monday. Anyone with info on Caballero or Marcano should call OCSO at (407) 836-4357.
WEB EXTRA: Video Appears To Show Elderly Woman Threatening Neighbor With KnifeAn elderly woman is facing charges after police say she pulled a knife on a neighbor last Thursday in SW Miami
WEB EXTRA: Baby Colombian Spider Monkey Clings To Its MomA baby Colombian spider monkey was spotted clinging to its mom recently at the Chester Zoo in England. 11-year-old mom Kiara gave birth in late August. Black-headed spider monkeys are critically endangered and the zoo says the birth is a helpful boost toward protecting the species.
WEB EXTRA: Walensky On Pfizer COVID-19 Boosters For High Risk WorkersCDC Director Rochelle Walensky addressed her decision to allow the use of the Pfizer booster dose for those 18 and older at high risk because of occupation, like health care workers and teachers. Friday (9/24) during a COVID-19 response briefing, she said, "it's my job to recognize where our actions can have the greatest impact."
WEB EXTRA: A Look Inside The Academy Museum Of Motion PicturesThe Academy Museum of Motion Pictures opens in Los Angeles on September 30. Here’s what visitors can expect from the exhibits dedicated to movie-making magic.
WEB EXTRA: Dusky The Fishing Cat Licks Window Of Habitat At Texas ZooHere's an adorable way to clean a window. Dusky the fishing cat kept licking the glass of his exhibit at the San Antonio Zoo on Tuesday (9/21). The zoo shared the video and joked, “Dusky does his part to help keep his habitat nice and tidy.”
WEB EXTRA: Firefighters Work To Contain Fawn Wildfire In CaliforniaFirefighters worked to contain the Fawn Fire in Redding, CA on Thursday night (9/23). CalFire said "the fire is burning in steep, rugged terrain making access difficult for firefighters.
WEB EXTRA: Wild Boars Take Over Streets In Rome SuburbWild boars have taken over the streets in a suburb of Rome, Italy. A mother and her piglets were seen rummaging through garbage and invading people's yards on Thursday. Boar sightings have become common in the area where they travel in search of food.
WEB EXTRA: Volcano on La Palma island in Spain Erupts for Fifth DayThe Cumbre Vieja volcano on La Palma island in Spain continued erupting for a fifth day Thursday (9/23). Local officials said thousands of people have been evacuated from the area.
WEB EXTRA: Iguana Found In ToiletA woman got an unexpected wake-up call when she found an iguana in her toilet one early morning in Hollywood, Florida. Check out how she removed the unwanted visitor.
WEB EXTRA: Teal Ribbons In Blue Point, NY For Gabby PetitoTeal ribbons line the streets of Gabby Petito's hometown of Blue Point, NY. Organizers say the color was chosen to match Petito's eyes. The community is mourning after the FBI confirmed the 22-year-old's body was found in Wyoming.
WEB EXTRA: Colorado Police Use Battering Ram To Rescue Toddler With Head Stuck In RailingColorado police used a battering ram to pry open a railing after a child got her head stuck. The Boulder Police Department shared a bodycam video from the August incident and said: “As kids, we’ve all done things that seem like a good idea but that we come to regret.”

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