Here's a rundown of the top stories from today's show:
By nearly all accounts Kali Hardig should not be alive. During a swim at a water park, the 12-year-old contracted rare but deadly brain-eating amoebas. Her chance of survival is less than 1-percent.
Of 128 known cases in the past half-century, just two patients have lived. But now, Kali might just be the third.
"Each day now it just gets closer and closer, that feeling that she's going to be number three," saud Traci Hardig, Kali's mother.
Just yesterday, they removed the breathing tube she's had for more than two weeks.
"She has a very good chance of surviving this and I think she is definitely on the road to recovery," says Dr. Mark Heulitt.
But what about those amoebas that feed on brain tissue? If they caused any permanent damage to Kali's brain, it's still too soon to know, but doctors are encouraged.
"I feel like my prayers have been answered. That it's just a miracle," says Traci Hardig.
A terrifying swimming pool accident occurred at the home of R&B superstar Usher. The singer's 5-year-old son was trapped underwater after getting stuck in the pool's drain. The child is now recovering.
The frantic 911 call was placed by the boy's aunt in Atlanta. Police say Usher Raymond V fell to the bottom of the pool where he "became stuck in the drain," CNN's Tory Dunnan reports.
Police say the child was conscious, alert and breathing when taken to the hospital.
It's unclear what safety measures were in place at this pool, but this is a good opportunity to remind people of what they can do. One of the biggest things is having an anti-entrapment drain cover. Beyond that, fences and alarms on windows and doors are crucial.