The Feed: 'Spider Dan' Scales Skyscraper

Feed: 'Spider Dan' Scales Skyscraper

It's a stunt straight out of Spider-man.

Veteran climber Dan Goodwin used high-tech suction cups to scale a 58-story skyscraper in San Francisco on Monday.

Goodwin made the climb to bring attention to cancer and what he sees as the continued vulnerability of skyscrapers to terrorism.

After reaching the top, he was arrested and released in less than two hours with misdemeanor citations.

Tropical Storm Hermine made landfall late last night.

First hitting northeastern Mexico, it leapt across the border into South Texas with 65 mph winds and driving rain.

Schools have been closed under a major threat of flooding.

More rainfall is expected as the storm moves north toward Oklahoma.

A dangerous wildfire burned through 3,500 acres of land in Boulder, Colorado.

High winds fueled the flames that caused thousands to evacuate. Dozens of homes have been lost.

The fire's cause is so far unknown and it's too early to tell how much has been contained.

Dramatic rescue footage shows a teenager stuck in a racing river in Central California.

The 19-year-old was hoisted out of the water by a sheriff's department helicopter Sunday.

The teen was taken to a waiting ambulance, but refused medical treatment.

And, check this out: Wingfest.

A competitive eating event in Buffalo, New York, saw a new world record Sunday.

Current champ Sonya "The Black Widow" Thomas ate 181 chicken wings in 12 minutes.

That's almost five pounds of wings.

Thomas only weighs 105 pounds.



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