Two teens get into some trouble and we'll show you the largest peer pong tournament you've ever seen on Friday's edition of "Over the Edge News".
Two Arizona teens cling to a tree in the middle of a partially frozen lake. They walked out onto the thin ice Wednesday, and when it began to crack, they grabbed the tree. They spent hours in below-freezing temperatures before firefighters came to their rescue. The boys were treated for mild hypothermia.
800 players from more than a dozen countries are in Las Vegas for the year's world series of beer pong. This is the eighth year of the tournament that welcomes anyone who wants to toss a ball for a chance at 50-thousand dollars. There is a $1,000 team entry fee for the tournament. Organizers expect to use some 150 kegs of beer before the games come to an end.
Auto enthusiasts in australia set a world record for the most number of simultaneous "burnouts". The 69 cars lined up side by side at the a car festival. Drivers had to keep their wheels spinning and tires burning for 30 seconds to set the new record.