A close call, a sea turtle headed to the Vegas desert, and waterbeds for cows. Here are Friday's stories that have gone Over the Edge.
In Wisconsin -- A dash cam video showed the moment a Wisconsin State Patrol Trooper trusted his instinct and it is a good thing. He was walking back to his car when he paused. A split second later, a semi traveling at highway speed slammed into the patrol car right where the trooper would have been. The semi driver got a ticket-- but no one was hurt.
From Florida to Las Vegas -- It was a smoother ride for a 320-pound endangered green sea Florida turtle who flew to his new home in Las Vegas. He's a 50-year-old turtle who spent the last eight years at a turtle hospital. He was rescued because he had an irreparable collapsed lung. That lung makes it impossible to live in the wild again. His new home: The 1.6 million gallon aquarium at Mandalay Bay Resort in Las Vegas.
In New York -- One dairy farmer is bringing back the waterbed for his cows. He has installed more than 100 duel chamber cow waterbeds in his barn. The manufacturer says the more rest cows get, the more milk they produce.