Thirty-four-year-old transit cop Dic Donahue was shot in the leg during a shootout with the Boston bombing suspects. He was in cardiac arrest for 40 minutes, but, against all odds, survived with both legs and normal brain function. He is now one of the faces of Boston's recovery. Jim Axelrod reports.
More than 265 people, most of them high school students, are still missing in the sinking of a ferry off the South Korean coast. Three more bodies were found, and the death toll is expected to rise. Prosecutors say the ship's inexperienced third mate was at the helm when the ship when the disaster began. Seth Doane reports.
In Wisconsin, residents are having an emotional debate over fracking. The state is rich in a special kind of sand used in that controversial gas drilling technique, and mining companies are lining up to get to it. That means jobs, and lots of them. But some residents fear the sand mining boom is ruining their farmland -- not to mention their health. Dean Reynolds reports.
In South Korea, the captain of that capsized ferry boat and two members of the crew were arrested, and the last section of the hull slipped below the water. The confirmed death toll is at least 29. Relatives of the nearly 300 missing -- most were teenagers from the same school -- are still hoping survivors can be found. Seth Doane reports.
Jim Whittaker was the first American to reach the summit of Mount Everest. Fifty years later, he spoke with CBS News's Chip Reid about his historic climb, and the dangers associated with it. Also, a seasoned mountaineer discusses how the climb has changed over the years into a commercial enterprise. To help the Sherpas and their families in the wake of the recent avalanche, visit SherpaEdFund.org and JuniperFund.org.