One woman found Jesus on a piece of farming equipment, and a Texas teen breaks the record for back handsprings. Here are Wednesday's stories that go "Over the Edge".
This one is not so much "Over the Edge" as it is just plain adorable. This is Oliver, he's the newest addition at Jungle Island in Florida. Oliver is a White-Faced Capuchin that originates from Central America and the extreme northwestern part of South America and park guests will be able to see him within the next few days. The monkeys are highly popular in North American entertainment because they're considered to be one of the more intelligent, social types of monkeys.
People say you can find faith anywhere. One woman found it on the side of a piece of agriculture equipment. The owner of a jewelry store says she noticed rust spots on the top of a corn silo last Saturday, and she instantly saw it was Jesus. The shop owner says she's not sure what the meaning of the image is, but she hopes it's a good one.
Here's quite a dizzying accomplishment. A 16-year-old high school cheerleader flipped her way into the record books by completing 35 consecutive backhand springs. She accomplished the feat during half-time at her school's football game, traveling 70 yards. Afterwards she said she was excited and relieved.